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Soul by the Pound Episode 204
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September 25, 2016 06:31 PM PDT
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What cops are killing black folks! charlie explains to me everything also we talk new shows and movies

song of the week

salami rose joe louis "I Miss You"

Classic of the week

Beastie Boys "Paul's Boutique"

Soul by the Pound 203
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September 19, 2016 12:00 AM PDT
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Hugo and me go in about TMNT. Then we enjoy it Doggystyle

Song of the week

Ras Kass ft KRS One "Bardom"

Classic of the Week

Snoop Dogg "DoggyStyle"

Soul by the Pound Episode 202
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September 11, 2016 08:54 PM PDT
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Charlie and me reunite and talk on topics you heard about last week but with my take on it enjoy

song of the week

De la soul "Whodeeni" ft 2 Chainz

Classic of the week

Black Sheep " A Wolf In Sheep's Clothing "

Soul by the Pound Episode 201
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September 05, 2016 10:17 AM PDT
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Hugo Monster steps in for me this week and charlie and him go off to share many different life experiences.

song of the week

ice cube "it was a good day"

Soul by the Pound Episode 200 Part 2
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August 31, 2016 12:00 AM PDT
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Part 2 if you can even stand it

Soul by the Pound Episode 200
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August 29, 2016 12:00 AM PDT
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This is a 2 part episode hopefully it makes sense we celebrating 200 episodes with all the folks sitting in

Soul by the Pound Episode 199
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August 22, 2016 12:00 AM PDT
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Andrew and Maria from the podcast hipsters watching trailers join us to talk there new format weed vapor and we cover the classic from Master P

Song of the Week

A Tribe Called Red ft Yasin bay

Classic of the Week

Master P "Ghetto D"

ExXxtra Pounds 13
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August 16, 2016 07:47 PM PDT
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An original Break Dj Leacy Mix.

Back in 1998 Pro Am met this tall lanky dj named Dj Leacy full of jokes and mad cool as soon as we met we instantly became fam. He was one of the dj's there as well as the Battle of the Year and when he got on the entire jam really knew it. At the time alot of jams were playing electro funk stuff as well as hip hop it wasnt til Leacy really dug in to where it was when he played that people were like OK this is what it is! He had a set of Mix Tapes on tape that were just crazy. The scene has been inspired the world over by this man. He set the tone for all break dj's to follow in the bboy scene.

Soon after I invited him to play at Freestyle Session 6. He blazed that stage like no tomorrow. This was in 2000. He also played at a few Freestyle Sessions in Europe as well like UK and Spain. Great times.

In 2003 when I first got down with the Armory it was around the era of Tapes being non existent and CD's were allover. So I came up with the idea and hit Leacy to get all his classic Break Mixes from Tapes to CD to be released in the US in limited numbers...He was game and we got it together and the cd's went like candy.

Unfortunately the following year we lost a great man. Dj Leacy passed away in an unfortunate accident.

Now over 9 years later figured I would throw them online to continue Leacy's legacy. Download and enjoy and pass the good music along....

Rest in Peace Dj Leacy!

please log onto this site and read up on Dj Leacy's legacy....also buy one of those dope shirts! Also I just noticed all of his mixes are available for download there as well...!

Soul by the Pound Episode 198
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August 15, 2016 12:00 AM PDT
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Hugo joins as we talk about we talk about guitar class, Stranger Things hugo tells about the suicide squad and the classic.

Song of the Week

Hugo Mon " Brazilian no work"

Classic of the Week

Big Pun "Capitol Punishment"

ExXxtra Pounds Episode 12
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August 08, 2016 07:07 PM PDT
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New wave music is an umbrella term for several late-1970s to mid-1980s pop/rock musical styles with ties to 1970s punk rock.

Initially—as with the later post-punk—new wave was broadly analogous to punk rock before branching as a distinctly identified genre, incorporating electronic/experimental music, mod, disco and pop.

Born in San Francisco, Scotty Fox became a DJ because he 'liked to share music with other people." "When I was younger, I'd listen to Cameron Paul's mix show, where he would remix and cut up different tracks, and I just thought - "I wanna do this!" Starting out with a mobile DJ crew, Rhythm In Motion, around the Bay Area, he progressed to clubs, and then radio in 1996, learning and perfecting his craft every step of the way. His weekly "Chop Shop" mixes became legendary in the Bay for their creativity and willingness to break conventional rules.

"Music was always my first love but back then I didn't know it was possible to make a living out of being a DJ..."

In 2001 Fox joined the KMEL All-Star DJs, in a daily late-night spot designed to blow minds and break music. Moving to 8pm daily later in the year, he continued the success of the "Chop Shop" with Big Von, the host. Together, they played the defining role in returning local Bay Area artists to the airwaves, sparking the phenomenon known as the Hyphy Movement, and inspiring a legion of DJs in the Bay to embrace the local scene.

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