Timz N Hood Check

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Watch a hungry Smiff N Wessun destroy the Deep Cover beat in an unknown record shop. With the support of Buckshot and 5ft, these two MC’s GO IN.

For your listening pleasure, the album version below.

18 Responses to “Timz N Hood Check”

  1. Vinit Adhopia Says:

    I’m not 100% sure, but I think that looks like Play De Record on Yonge St in Toronto.

  2. Big Jacks Says:

    you can’t forget to mention the fact that DJ Evil Dee is supplying the zigga ziggas!

  3. ear2ear Says:

    I assumed it was Traxx until I saw Evil Dee up above them. Definitely not Play De though.

  4. phalary42 Says:

    this is such a classic song. i miss this kind of hip hop! the army fatigue. boots with a hoody. dah shinin is one of my favorite album of all time. thank you for this.

  5. FreshSeth Says:

    Fresh clip. Thanks for posting! Brings back classic memories of Hip Hop’s golden era. Maybe this is inside Fat Beats, NYC?

  6. masshysteria Says:

    Buck looks excited.

  7. FATHER JAH Says:

    BCC ALL DAY!!! THIS IS A DOOOOOOPE CLIP, KEEP IT COMEIN FAMO!!!!-THE FATHER HAS SPOKEN (hahahahahaha!!!)
    *BE SURE TO PEEP THIS!!!!*
    The Father Jah concept album “Philosophies of A Modern Day Mastermind” AVAILABLE NOW featuring M1 of Dead Prez, Nappy Roots, Dinco D (of Leaders of the New School), Imam Thug, Afrykah, Deacon The Villian of Cunninglynguist, Native, The CORNA, Wreck D. Mic (aka Donnie McFly) Kevelen X, Shon D., and More!!!!!

    In addition the more than 20 songs (a double CD worth of music), the CD is also accompanied by the 10 Philosophies of a Modern Day Mastermind, which covers topics ranging from defining yourself, community/hood empowerment, snitching, hustler’s unity,usage of the word nigger and what is a “bad nigguh”.

    The Philosophies of a Modern Day Mastermind also celebrates the 20th anniversary of hip hop’s golden era (1988), and KRS-1’s landmark song “My Philosophy” (good lookin teacha!!!).

  8. Alex Delarge From Liveagl.com Says:

    Great free, I think that was Fatbeats NYC…anyways..I have always been a fan of Smiff n Wessun

  9. hamadi Says:

    fuck yesssss!

  10. Mookie D Says:

    Dope site, care to affiliate?

  11. MR. AOK Says:

    look like fat beats a lil, no?

  12. Tray Says:

    What’s always interested me is at the end of Tek’s verse, when they keep taking the drums out and putting them back in, and right when he says crib (as in “broke into a crib, smoked a fat lady”) it’s like they had the tape of the hi-hat and they cut it off halfway.

  13. nico Says:

    yo- wtf happened to this blog?

    I was digging it thoroughly and now I’ve been coming like every week at least once or twice and no updates?

    :(

  14. Max Says:

    yo keep this shit going!

    if u can

  15. em-uno Says:

    Beat Street BKLYN (RIP)

  16. Vilens Says:

    that’s beatstreet in Brooklyn for sure. (RIP)

  17. hah Says:

    BEAT STREET DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN (RIP)

    YOU CAN TELL BY THE ORANGE PRICE TAGS

  18. Tangie Says:

    I’m not easily impressed. . . but that’s irpmessing me! :)

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