Archive for December, 2017

Styles P Ft. Dave East & Nino Man “Ghost Says” + “Ghost Element”

Posted in 1 on December 30, 2017 by bobbybounce



Whatever Ghost says, goes. And with Dave East and Nino Man in tow, Pinero takes charge with a remake of Common and John Legend’s “They Say”. Stick around for Styles P and Nino Man’s rendition….. #Fire #Dope




Lil Wayne ft. Drake – Family Feud (Remix)

Posted in 1 on December 30, 2017 by bobbybounce

Lil Wayne and Drake jump on Jay-Z’s “Family Feud” instrumental for a new remix that will land on the just announced Dedication 6 Reloaded mixtape. During his opening verse, Drake touches on Wayne’s monetary battle with Birdman and references the disproportionate jail sentence his former nemesis Meek Mill is currently serving out.


Lloyd Banks – Soul Food Freestyle

Posted in 1 on December 30, 2017 by bobbybounce

After catching the Dave East fade, Fabolous and Jadakiss’ “Soul Food” instrumental gets the Banks Work Out treatment on a new freestyle.


Styles P ft. Nino Man – Block Fear

Posted in 1 on December 29, 2017 by bobbybounce

SP and Nino Man drop off a new visual for their collab over Kendrick Lamar’s “Fear” off The Story of Ghost EP.

Freddie Black – Stop WYD

Posted in 1 on December 28, 2017 by bobbybounce


Hit him up on twitter @FreddieBlack401 Beat on this track prod by @Spliftout #OutEverywhereNow Support good music! #Salute

Eminem ft. Beyonce – Walk On Water

Posted in 1 on December 28, 2017 by bobbybounce

Marshall agonizes over his bars in the new video for “Walk On Water” featuring Beyonce, from the REVIVAL LP. #OutNow

RUN-DMC – Christmas In Hollis

Posted in 1 on December 27, 2017 by bobbybounce

#MerryChristmas and #HappyNewYear

Cut Master D.C. – The Night Before Christmas

Posted in 1 on December 27, 2017 by bobbybounce

#HappyHolidays and #MerryChristmas

How Sean Price Stole Christmas – Sean Price

Posted in 1 with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on December 24, 2017 by bobbybounce


Shout out @DuckDownMusic #RIP #SeanPrice #Brooklyn #ChristmasClassic

Pam the Funkstress, the Coup DJ, Dies at 51

Posted in 1 on December 24, 2017 by bobbybounce



DRtBvBpVAAIF0vj #RIP #Legend Pam The Funkstress


Pam Warren, the DJ known as Pam the Funkstress in the Oakland hip-hop duo the Coup, died Friday at the age of 51. Warren also served as Prince’s personal DJ during the final months of the music legend’s life.

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Bay Area radio station KBLX confirmed Warren’s death, with the San Francisco Chronicle reporting that Warren died of organ failure. The DJ was hospitalized recently after undergoing organ transplant surgery.
“The KBLX Family would like to send our love, prayers and condolences to the family and friends of Pam Warren, AKA Pam the Funkstress, The Turntable Queen, who passed away on Friday,” the radio station said in a statement. “She was one of the finest DJs on the planet, a true legend, and she was family! Information about public services will be forthcoming. We will miss you Queen.”

“Rest In Beats SIS …damn this is a hurting one,” Public Enemy’s Chuck D tweeted.

On November 30th, the Coup rapper Boots Riley wrote on Facebook, “Pam the Funkstress is still in the hospital recovering from an emergency, life-saving surgery. She is not out of the woods yet.”
Dubbed the “Turntable Queen,” Pam the Funkstress – inspired by Salt & Pepa and their DJ Spinderella – began DJing in 1988. After building her reputation as club DJ and serving as guest DJ for a handful of East Bay rap groups, Riley recruited Warren to join the politically charged Coup in the early Nineties. Warren contributed to four Coup albums, including 1994’s Genocide & Juice, 1998’s acclaimed Steal This Album and 2006’s Pick a Bigger Weapon.

A GoFundMe page had been established to help Warren’s family with medical costs.

RIP Pam the Funktress, a Bay Area legend.