Borough to Borough :: A Trip Down Hip Hop Memory Lane.


If after all that Christmas themed music from Grandma’s house in the suburbs has got you illin’, and you’ve been jonesing for some old school hip hop flavour to rinse you clean of your daughter’s Miley Cyrus wailing; look no further. Back in 2000, Alex Belth, before Bronx Banter fame, got together with friend Alan Friedman and began working on a stupendous mix cd for several months. Not only does it contain an impressive array of old school beats, it’s also packing a fully customized stack of samples from pop culture icons – Jack Nicholson, Bill Murray, Richard Pryor and Joe Pesci to name but a few. The result is a seamless collection of old school flavour peppered with delicious scratch work and teeming with rhymes and melody. This music is food for your soul. So eat up, son!
(Above photo of Alex Belth, taken by Alan Friedman)

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