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Vinyl Vybz with DJ HasH's Podcast
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January 18, 2012 03:42 AM PST

Peace and blessings! Welcome to volume TWO of my 90’s Soul and R&B special on Vinyl Vybz with DJ HasH! I played 2 hours of HEAT from the 90’s including CLASSICS from Aaliyah, Soul II Soul, Me’Shell Ndegeocello, and Jamiroquai to name a few. As well as some DOPENESS from artists that you may have forgotten like The Good Girls, Fabu, Jeff Redd, Horace Brown, and Uncle Sam. So to all of my heads that grew up on 90’s era R&B and Soul music, this show is for YOU.


DJ HasH aka Da Corned Beef Kid (of The Temporary Residents)

Special thanx to the Chitown Fashionista ( www.chitownfashionista.com ) aka Mrs. HasH for the inspiration and for letting me dig in her crates for some of these 90's BANGAS. smiley

*** PLAYLIST ***

BusCrates 16 Bit Ensemble- Vinyl Vybz Intro

Soul II Soul- Back to Life (Acappella)

Caron Wheeler- Livin’ in The Light (The Original Story)

Jamiroquai- Blow Your Mind

Intermission- Smooth “Strawberries” (Instrumental)

Aaliyah- Age Ain’t Nothing But A Number

Alfonzo Hunter- Weekend Thang

Groove Theory- Keep Tryin’

Me’Shell Ndegeocello- Dred Loc

Erykah Badu- Appletree

Tony! Toni! Tone!- I Couldn’t Keep It To Myself

Intermission- Nice & Smooth “Old to the New” (chopped, looped, & scratches by DJ HasH)

The Good Girls- It Must Be Love

Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam- Let The Beat Hit ‘Em

Intermission- R. Kelly “Gotham City” (Remix Instrumental)

702- Get It Together

Fabu- Just Roll

Donell Jones- In The Hood (Playas Version)

Somethin’ For The People ft. Trina & Tamara- My Love Is The Shhh!

Faith Evans- You Used To Love Me

Zhane- Groove Thang

Intermission- Refugee Camp All-Stars featuring Lauryn Hill “The Sweetest Thing” (instrumental)

Aaron Hall- Don’t Be Afraid

Jade- Don’t Walk Away

Jeff Redd- You Called And Told Me

Today- Why You Gettin’ Funky On Me

Horace Brown- One For The Money

Total- Trippin’

Intermission- Jamiroquai “Music Of The Mind”

Uncle Sam- You Make Me Feel Like

Myron- Destiny

Eric Benet- Femininity

March 01, 2012 03:00 AM PST

Our wedding cakes (courtesy of Vanille Patisserie)

It brings me a great sense of pride knowing that this month my wife & I will be celebrating our wedding anniversary. It is TRULY a blessing! In honor of our wedding anniversary we thought that it would be dope to share the music that we personally selected to be played during our wedding reception. We carefully planned and thought out this playlist and I was very proud of the outcome. The playlist not only showed our mutual love of music, but every song had sentimental value. From the 1st song "Affinity", which was the inspiration behind the engraving inside my wedding band. *My wife surprised me by engraving "Infinite Affinity"*. All the way down to the last song "Who Would I Be", which was the song that we used for our 1st dance as Mr. & Mrs. HasH.

This is 2 hours of INCREDIBLE music that I guarantee is not your average wedding reception playlist. No drops, no talking intermissions...just STRAIGHT music. I hope our wedding reception music evokes the same spirit of peace, unity, & love that it does for my wife & I. Thanx for listening...


DJ HasH aka Da Corned Beef Kid


Dwele- Affinity

Take 6- Setembro (Brazilian Wedding Song)

Jamiroquai- Spend A Lifetime

P.M. Dawn- I'd Die Without You

Amel Larrieux- Beyond

Groove Theory- Hey U

Common- Come Close ft. Mary J Blige

Mary J. Blige- All That I Can Say

Brian McKnight- Never Felt This Way

Anthony David- On & On

Jill Scott- Spring Summer Feeling

Prince- Pink Cashmere

Tony! Toni! Tone!- Lovin' You

The Art Of Noise- Moments In Love

SWV- Use Your Heart

Jamiroquai- Talullah

Sweetback- Gaze

4 Hero- Give In ft. Darien Brockington & Phonte

Peven Everett- Consuela

Kenny Latimore- Climb The Mountain

Zhane- Sending My Love

Musiq- Thereason

Lauryn Hill- The Sweetest Thing

Mos Def- Umi Says

V- Who Would I Be

November 18, 2011 05:31 PM PST

This very special edition of Vinyl Vybz with DJ HasH pays tribute to Hip Hop Icon Dwight Meyers bka Heavy D. This legend has been releasing CLASSIC music for 25 years! So for 2 hours I played music from his entire album catalog from his 1st album “Living Large” to his last “Love Opus”. I also played a few records featuring Heavy D that further cemented his legacy in Hip Hop.

I invite all of my fellow Heavy D fans to take this trip with me as I take you on a musical journey of over 2 decades of INCREDIBLE music from Mr. Meyers. Thank you Heavy D for giving us CLASSIC music that can be enjoyed by EVERYONE (young & old) for generations to come!

R.I.P Heavy D. We love you!


DJ HasH aka Da Corned Beef Kid (of The Temporary Residents)

*** PLAYLIST ***

DJ HasH - Vinyl Vybz Intro

BusCrates 16 Bit Ensemble- Vinyl Vybz Intro

Heavy D & The Boyz- The Overweight Lovers In The House

Heavy D & The Boyz- Moneyearnin’ Mount Vernon

The Stop The Violence Movement- Self Destruction ft. KRS-One, M.C Delight, Kool Moe Dee, M.C Lyte, Daddy-O & Wise, D-Nice, Ms. Melodie, Doug E. Fresh, Just-Ice, Heavy D, Fruit-Kwan, & Chuck D & Flava Flav

Intermission- Tall Black Guy “WATER NO ENEMY”

Heavy D & The Boyz- Gyrlz, They Love Me

Heavy D & The Boyz- Is It Good To You

Heavy D & The Boyz- Somebody For Me ft. Al B. Sure!

Heavy D & The Boyz- We Got Our Own Thang

Heavy D & The Boyz- Now That We Found Love

Intermission- Muneshine “Imagine That” (instrumental) prod. by Pete Rock

Heavy D- Big Daddy

Heavy D & The Boyz- Got Me Waiting

Heavy D & The Boyz- Truthful (Jam Jazz)

Heavy D & The Boyz- Nuttin But Love

Heavy D & The Boyz- Who’s In The House

Heavy D- Listen ft. Q-Tip

Intermission- Heavy D & The Boyz “Who’s The Man?” (Jeep Bass Instrumental)

Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth- The Basement ft. Heavy D, Rob-O, Grap & Deda

Heavy D & The Boyz- You Can’t See What I Can See

Heavy D & The Boyz- Don’t Curse ft. Pete Rock, C.L. Smooth, Big Daddy Kane, Kool G. Rap, Grand Puba, & Q-Tip

Heavy D & The Boyz- Here Comes The Heavster

Heavy D & The Boyz- Let It Flow

Intermission- Nice & Smooth “Old to the New” (chopped, looped & scratches by DJ HasH)

Heavy D & The Boyz- Mr. Big Stuff

Heavy D & The Boyz- Peaceful Journey

Intermission- Adam Rock “It’s Easy”

Heavy D- Long Distance Girlfriend

Heavy D- I Can’t ft. Anthony Hamilton

Heavy D- Hello

Heavy D & The Boyz- Don’t You Know

Heavy D & The Boyz- Friends And Respect

May 22, 2012 02:26 PM PDT

picture courtesy of COS (Consequence of Sound)

On May 4th 2012, the Hip Hop community lost a Hip Hop icon. Adam "MCA" Yauch (MC, musician, director, human rights activist) was one third of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, pioneering Hip Hop group the Beastie Boys. The Beastie Boys paved the way for alot of Hip Hop artists through their unique sample-based production. They were also students of Hip Hop through their 1st hand approach to the old school way of MCing which they stayed true to throughout their entire career.

On a personal note, the Beastie Boys played a major part in my Hip Hop upbringing. I grew up with their music since the age of 11 when I purchased my 1st Hip Hop album "Licensed To ILL". So the news of MCA's passing was difficult for me. But I was determined as a DJ, fan, and student of Hip Hop to give a proper tribute to MCA. This show is filled with Beastie Boys classics spanning for over 25 years. The Beastie Boys' greatness is forever etched into the stone of Hip Hop. And with this show I hope to give a small example of how great they truly are.

My condolences to Adam Yauch's family and friends. Thank you, Mr. Yauch, for all that you've done for Hip Hop. You will be missed but your music is eternal.


DJ HasH aka Da Corned Beef Kid (of The Temporary Residents) *London / Chicago*

*** PLAYLIST ***

BusCrates 16 Bit Ensemble- Vinyl Vybz Intro


Body Movin' (Fatboy Slim Remix)

Get It Together ft. Q-Tip

Too Many Rappers (New Reactionaries Version) ft. Nas

Intermission- Multilateral Nuclear Disarmament

Pass The Mic

So What'Cha Want

Sure Shot

Shake Your Rump

The New Style

The Sounds Of Science

Intermission- Song For Junior

No Sleep Till Brooklyn

She's On It

Remote Control

Fight For Your Right

Intermission- Nice & Smooth "Old to the New" (chopped, looped, & scratches by DJ HasH)

Hey Ladies

Slow Ride

Intermission- Ricky's Theme

Posse In Effect

Paul Revere

Hold It Now, Hit It

Brass Monkey

3 MC's & 1 DJ (Live Video Version)

B-Boy Bouillabaisse: 59 Chrystie Street / Get On The Mic / Stop That Train / A Year And A Day / Hello Brooklyn / Dropping Names / Lay It On Me / Mike On The Mic / A.W.O.L. (Medley)

February 08, 2014 06:13 PM PST

My son at 16 months reading alphabet flash cards and saying a few of his favorite numbers and animal sounds. "Breakadawn" instrumental produced by De La Soul & Prince Paul. One of my favorite Hip Hop records of all time!

July 27, 2011 04:32 AM PDT

What’s up! Welcome to a SPECIAL edition of Vinyl Vybz with DJ HasH! I present to you the “Vinyl Vybz with DJ HasH 80’s Pop Edition”. If you’re an 80’s baby like myself who grew up on this music or just appreciate 80’s pop music in general than you're going to LOVE this show! I played 2 hours of 80’s pop CLASSICS from the likes of Tears For Fears, Eurythmics, Peter Gabriel, Talking Heads, Pet Shop Boys, Freeez, Hall & Oates, and SO much more!!!

Thank you EVERYONE for listening to this show and for sharing (spreading the word). I appreciate you all SO much! And a special shout to my listeners that showed me a MASSIVE amount of love the 1st time I did an 80’s pop set. It’s because of you that I decided to rock the 80’s music this time for the ENTIRE show.


DJ HasH aka Da Corned Beef Kid (of the Temporary Residents)


DJ HasH- Vinyl Vybz Intro

BusCrates 16 Bit Ensemble- Vinyl Vybz Intro

Tears For Fears- Head Over Hills

Peter Gabriel- Sledgehammer

Madness- Our House

The Police- Every Breath You Take

Intermission- Dame Dash presents Paid In Full “Champions” (instrumental)

Queen- Another One Bites the Dust

Talking Heads- Burning Down The House

Yes- Owner Of A Lonely Heart

Cory Hart- Sunglasses At Night

Eurythmics- Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)

Intermission- Nice & Smooth “Old to the New” (chopped, looped, & scratches by DJ HasH)

Thomas Dolby- She Blinded Me With Science

Mobb Deep- Got It Twisted

Imagination- Just An Illusion

The Pharcyde- Illusions

Intermission- E.Classic “Wham Moment”

Pet Shop Boys- West End Girls (Single Version)

Wham- Everything She Wants

Human League- (Keep Feeling) Fascination

Madonna- Holiday

Freeez- I.O.U. (7” Version)

Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam- I Wonder If I Take You Home

Intermission- Metal Fingers “Black Snake Root”

Hall & Oates- One on One (12” Version)

The Doobie Brothers- What A Fool Believes

Joe Jackson- Steppin’ Out

Intermission- Pet Shop Boys “West End Girls” (Dub Edited Version)

Simply Red- Holding Back the Years

The Art of Noise- Moments in Love

Michael McDonald- Sweet Freedom

October 06, 2011 07:51 PM PDT

I don't think I'll forget that Saturday morning (8/1/09) when I got a text from my boy Gq Tha Teacha informing me that Baatin of Slum Village had passed away. I was in shock and very disturbed. I was hoping that it was just some kind of crazy rumor. But as I started getting more and more phone calls and texts about Baatin throughout the next hour I realized that this was sadly true. I can't front. The news of Baatin's passing messed me up. The same way that other Slum Village member Jay Dee aka J-Dilla upset me. Slum Village was and still is one of my favorite Hip Hop groups.

I'll never forget seeing Slum Village perform live when they opened up for Erykah Badu. The light man played Baatin by only having two spotlights. One for T3 and the other for Elzhi of Slum Village only. Baatin had to literally perform behind T3 and Elzhi or so close to them that he was almost touching them to get some of that spotlight. But he didn't miss a beat. Baatin was the highlight of the show for me. Exceeding Erykah Badu herself in my opinion. The passion Baatin exhibited in his rhymes and the showmanship he showed on stage with his poppin and robotic movements to the hard hitting J-Dilla production was second to none.

So it was only right that I took the time to honor and pay homage to the man Baatin Rasul Wasi on my show. Once Baatin passed away, alot of DJ's did tributes to him. And rightfully so. My goal was to bring something new to the host of Baatin tributes and give it to you "Vinyl Vybz" style!!! My Baatin tribute is full of Slum Village classics, unreleased songs, and Baatin solos. Not to mention an "Old to the New" segment where I play a portion of an original sample and then play the Hip Hop song that sampled from it, like I always do on Vinyl Vybz.

I admit that this was one of my favorite shows. I hope I did Baatin and Dilla proud. Please feel free to share this show with EVERY Slum Village fan you know and anybody that's not familiar with Slum Village because I think they will enjoy SV's music as well. Detroit stand up!!!

DJ HasH aka Da Corned-Beef Kid (of The Temporary Residents)


DJ HasH- Intro

Slum Village- Pregnant (Baatin)

Slum Village- Fantastic

Slum Village- Look of Love

Intermission- Slum Village- The end of "Go Ladies"

Slum Village- Forth & Back (Rock Music)

Slum Village- The Things You Do

Slum Village- Climax

Baatin- Girl

Intermission- Baatin "Magic" instrumental

Slum Village- Yum Yum

Slum Village- Untitled / Fantastic

DJ Jazzy Jeff- Are You Ready ft. Slum Village

Baatin- Magic (O.S.T.R A Remix)

Intermission- Nice & Smooth "Old to the New" (chopped, looped & scratches by DJ HasH)

Slum Village- Look of Love (Remix)

Slum Village- Go Ladies

Slum Village- Players

Intermission- Nice & Smooth "Old to the New" (chopped and looped by DJ HasH)

Slum Village- Jealousy

Slum Village- Star ft. Dwele

Intermission- Raise It Up (instrumental)

Slum Village- World Full Of Sadness

Slum Village- Tainted ft. Dwele

Slum Village- La La ft. DJ Dez on the cutz

Baatin- Marvelous

Baatin- Wasi

Intermission- Slum Village "Reunion" (instrumental)

Havana- The New Dance Show ft. Baatin

Black Milk- Action ft. Slum Village

Focus- Homage to Dilla ft. Frank Nitti, Illa J, Baatin & T3

Dwele- A.N.G.E.L ft. Slum Village

Slum Village- Cloud 9 ft. Marsha Ambrosius

August 17, 2012 04:35 PM PDT

Picture courtesy of http://welcometothecloud.tumblr.com/

This show is in tribute to two music legends who we sadly lost within days of one another. Those legends being Donna Summer and Robin Gibb. Their music career stretched beyond disco music, but there is no denying the impact and legacy they left behind with the music they released during the height of the disco era. I brought those songs to the forefront by playing some of the classics that Donna Summer and Robin Gibb (along with his brothers as the Bee Gees) were most known for. And as always I played a few records that you may not be familiar with but are just as dope. TRUST.

I closed the show with some more disco classics that I’m sure you’ll recognize. DOPENESS. So enjoy and thank you for listening!

Rest in peace Donna Summer and Robin Gibb. Your musical legacy will live on forever!


DJ HasH aka Da Corned Beef Kid (of The Temporary Residents) *London / Chicago*

*** PLAYLIST ***

DJ HasH- Vinyl Vybz Intro

Donna Summer- I’m A Fire (Matty Soulflower Club Mix)

Donna Summer- Donna Summer meets Cassius “If It Hurts Just A Little ( Frankie Goes Deep Remix) “

Donna Summer- Last Dance

Intermission- Shade Cobain “Mary N Charlie (A Love Song)“

Donna Summer- Spring Affair

Donna Summer- Heaven Knows ft. Brooklyn Dreams

Donna Summer- I Remember Yesterday

Donna Summer- Could It Be Magic

Donna Summer- Hot Stuff

Donna Summer- Bad Girls

Intermission- Nice & Smooth “Old to the New “ (chopped, looped & scratches by DJ HasH)

Donna Summer- Love To Love You Baby

Digital Underground- Freaks Of The Industry

Bee Gees- Stayin’ Alive

Wyclef Jean featuring Refugee Allstars- We Trying To Stay Alive

Intermission- MF Doom “Coltsfoot Leaf”

Bee Gees- More Than A Woman

Bee Gees- Night Fever

Bee Gees- You Should Be Dancing

Intermission- Adam Rock “It’s Easy”

Dr. Buzzard’s Original Savannah Band- Cherchez La Femme / Se Si Bon

Joe Tex- Ain’t Gonna Bump No More (With No Big Fat Woman)

Thelma Houston- Don’t Leave Me This Way

First Choice- Let No Man Put Asunder

GQ- Disco Nights (Rock Freak)

Machine- There But For The Grace Of God Go I

Donna Summer- She Works Hard For The Money

April 08, 2012 09:52 PM PDT

Welcome to a special edition of Vinyl Vybz with DJ HasH where I had the honor of choppin' it up with the one and only Ladybug Mecca! She was ever so gracious to take the time to talk to me via telephone. Some of the topics that Ladybug Mecca discussed with me during the interview was her solo album Trip the Light Fantastic, her working and personal relationship with Guru (R.I.P), her Brazilian heritage & its influence on her music, as well as her current passion and love with DJing (DJ Ladybug Mek). She’s very down to earth and a wonderful spirit!


DJ HasH aka Da Corned Beef Kid (of The Temporary Residents) *London / Chicago*

Special thanks to Arasia , DJ Moonbaby , Nikia , Brittany aka Babygirl and of course Ladybug Mecca herself for your assistance in bringing this interview into fruition.

Booking info for DJ Ladybug Mek-contact moonbabyshow@gmail.com

*** PLAYLIST ***

DJ HasH- Vinyl Vybz Intro

Digable Planets- The May 4th Movement Starring Doodlebug

Digable Planets- Jettin’

Digable Planets- Where I’m From (Aural G. Ride 12”)

Digable Planets- Rebirth of Slick (Cool Like Dat)

Intermission- Panacea “Incubator Purgatory” (instrumental)

De La Soul- Forever

Little Brother- Before The Night Is Over

Ty- Me ft. Erik Rico

Panacea- Lady Gives The Blues

Mos Def- Casa Bey

Intermission- Yesterday’s New Quintet “Golden Lady” / MF Doom “Black Snake Root” / Gang Starr “Eulogy” (instrumental)

*** Ladybug Mecca interview (Part 1) ***

Digable Planets – Borough Check ft. Guru

Intermission- Gang Starr “You Know My Steez” (instrumental) / J-Dilla “Nothing Like this” (instrumental) / InI “Microphonist Wanderlust” (chopped & looped by DJ HasH) / Silhouette Brown “Looking Back” (chopped & looped by DJ HasH)

*** Ladybug Mecca interview (Part 2) ***

Ladybug Mecca- Show the World

Ladybug Mecca- Dogg Starr

Ladybug Mecca- Sexual Alchemy

Intermission- Sun Circle “Sun Circle Theme” / Oddisee “Chocolate City Dreaming” / 2000 Black “Febulous”

*** Ladybug Mecca interview (Part 3) ***

Common- Hungry

Precise- It’s On Me

Omega Red & J-Fury- Directions

SB- I’m Looking For A Clair Huxtable

Lupe Fiasco- He Say, She Say ft. Gemini & Sarah Green

Lupe Fiasco- American Terrorist ft. Matthew Santos

Intermission- Nice & Smooth “Old to the New” (chopped, looped, & scratched by DJ HasH)

Heavy D & The Boyz- Mr. Big Stuff

Isis- Power of Myself Is Moving

Camp Lo- Sparkle

Intermission- Shen 7 “Love Suite 7”

Del Tha Funkee Homosapien- I Got You ft. Ladybug Mecca

EMC- The Show ft. Ladybug Mecca

Ladybug Mecca- If I Need To Move On (Sometimes)

Bahamadia- Pep Talk

January 10, 2012 07:03 PM PST

On this edition of Vinyl Vybz with DJ HasH I had the honor and pleasure of choppin’ it up with Brown Audio (of The BeatStreet Club) consisting of brothers Sean Ace (@Sean_Ace) & Cya (@im_Cya) who’ve been putting in work for years in the Chicago Hip Hop scene. Not only did I interview them but I showcased a timeline of their DOPE brand of Hip Hop ranging from their older material (which is timeless in my opinion) leading up to their current music that can mostly be found on http://brownaudio.bandcamp.com/ , http://cyamusic.bandcamp.com/ , http://sean-ace.bandcamp.com/ , & http://dame-o.bandcamp.com/ respectively.

I sprinkled in some more music as well including a few oldies but goodies from Common Sense and new music from my Chicago brethren The Primeridian (prod. by Tall Black Guy), Vice Verse and Omen along with a few other BANGAS from outside of my hometown.

Thank you for your support and Happy New Years (2012)!


DJ HasH aka Da Corned Beef Kid (of The Temporary Residents) *London / Chicago*

*** PLAYLIST ***

DJ HasH- Vinyl Vybz Intro

BusCrates 16 Bit Ensemble- Vinyl Vybz Intro

Common Sense- Orange Pineapple Juice

Common Sense- Resurrection ’95 Extra P Remix

Common- Inhale

Intermission- Tall Black Guy “LOST & GONE”

The Primeridian & Tall Black Guy- Let’s Go

Median- Simile

Sean Ace & Cya (Brown Audio) interview pt. 1 *musical backdrop* Illa J “Timeless” / Slum Village “Secrets Of The Sand (JayDee Remix) / Slum Village “Reunion”

Brown Audio- Come Fly

Brown Audio- Until

Brown Audio- The Classic *scratches by DJ HasH*

Brown Audio- 123

Sean Ace & Cya (Brown Audio) interview pt. 2 *musical backdrop* Eulorhythmics “L.I.V.E” / Busta Rhymes “You Can’t Hold The Torch / Nas “The World Is Yours” / Karina Nistal “You Should Know”

Vice Verse- 4 Horseman ft. Fingas, Cya & Sean Ace (Brown Audio)

Dame-O, Cya, Sean Ace, Jus Cuz (The BeatStreet Club) & Nia- Glory

Brown Audio- Around The World ft. Dame-O

Dame-O- Push It Along ft. Sean Ace

Dame-O- So Crazy ft. Jus Cuz

Sean Ace & Cya (Brown Audio) interview pt. 3 *musical backdrop* The Foreign Exchange “Von Sees” / Mary Mary “Walking”

Cya- Who I Am

Sean Ace- Above The Clouds ft. Candace Cartier & Authentik Made

Sean Ace- The Janitor *scratches by DJ HasH*

Sean Ace & Cya (Brown Audio) interview pt. 4 *musical backdrop* Madvillian “Accordian” / Flying Lotus “Fall In Love” / Full Crate “Cut The Barb”

Brown Audio- Hello Morning

Brown Audio- Grand Entrance *scratches by DJ HasH*

Brown Audio- All Niiiite

Intermission- Wale “Lotus Flower Bomb” (instrumental)

Rapsody- Pace Myself

Spectac- Mama Say

Omen- Stories

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