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Everybody knows we’re Native Tongues fanatics at Bboysounds, and we’re truly stoked to bring you our interview with Afrika Baby Bam of the mighty Jungle Brothers (@junglebros4life), for some wisdom on the culture, along with some bboy sounds. [hr] DJ CHiEF: Who is Afrika Baby Bam? Bam: Afrika Baby Bam aka Bam is…(Read More)

It’s back to the golden era of Hip-Hop with DJ Ready’s “Native Tongues Mixtape”: Stumbling onto DJ Ready’s (@djreadyofficial) Native Tongues mix will be one of the best things to happen to you this weekend, so you’re very welcome! On the real, there’s enough Tribe, Queen Latifah, Monie Love…(Read More)

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From the legendary Native Tongues family, Dres and Mista Lawnge of Black Sheep dropped this wiley Hip-hop Classic in 1991. This track highlights the Bboy Sound with a rough and tumble breakbeat and a sharp, off-beat funk sample. Let it speak for itself: In Black Sheep’s last interview as a group, Dres…(Read More)

“Straight Out the Jungle” is  Bboy Classic from the Real Hip-hop era, from the Native Tongues fam of cultured MC fame. The Native Tongues family is a chronic presence within Bboy Hip-Hop, and jams from the Jungle Brothers, aka The JB’s (@junglebros4life), can be heard at any moment in the cipher, not…(Read More)

A 1989 track that hit particularly hard in the Netherlands, De La Soul’s “Me, Myself, and I” is a Classic Hip-hop favorite. Making a killer use of George Clinton’s funky party jam “Not Just Knee Deep”, the De La trio, as usual, creates a good-time record for the Hip-hop golden…(Read More)

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