Rhymes and Beats Podcast #21 10/09/2006
Hosted by Audio1 & Special Guest – DJ Slin

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Method Man feat. Ol Dirty Bastard – Dirty Mef
Termanology feat. Papoose and Lil Fame – Watch How It Go Down (Remix)
Paris – The Days of Old
Shabaam Sahdeeq and DJ Revolution – Rise Up
The Raw Dialect Crew – We
Scienz of Life – Exclusive Rights
Keith Murray – My Style Is Incredible
DJ Slin (Tallinn, Estonia)
A-Rühm – Popmuusik
DJ Critikal – Digi Glove
Tommyboy – Egotripp
Noizmakaz – Miski Muu Ei Loe
Põhjamaade Hirm – Keegi On Keegi
Noizmakaz & G-Enka – Pühapäevasuitsetajamemuaarid
Põhjamaade Hirm, s’Poom, Mig-L, Mistisii, Stupid F, Riku, Metsakutsu, Nyaga, WST, Reket, Wild Disease & G-Enka – 12MC’s
Metsakutsu – Mis Tegelt Toimub (Radio Mix)
A-Rühm – 65
ETVKork, Patron – Allilma Patrioot
Noizmakaz feat. Põhjamaade Hirm, Skazo & Jilio – Tänava Sümfoonia II
Skazo – Gde Respekt?
DJ Critikal – Suveõhtud Lahtise Aknaga Virmalises

Another good episode set off with some fairly newer hiphop cuts and a classic throwback from Paris. DJ Slin, 16 year old Phenom from Tallinn, Estonia is our special guest on this episode, putting Estonian hiphop on the global map here on the Rhymes and Beats HipHopCast. You get the best of the best from Estonia featuring production from DJ Critikal (Estonia’s best producer / equivalent to a DJ Premier), Alko, Wiz 1, Chalice, ETVkork and many others. Contact DJ Slin via Myspace and check out his crew Twstr and Siege websites. We bring you the best hiphop from all corners of the world. If you would like to showcase a set of hiphop from your neck of the world, please get in contact. I dont understand what the heck they are saying but hiphop is a universal language. Some seriously dope beats tonight. Enjoy this extraordinary episode.


7 responses »

  1. donisaur says:

    thanks again

  2. jose says:

    euro beats are dope!!

  3. mothface says:

    shit is tight

  4. unreal says:

    Love it. Keep ’em coming.

  5. Puku says:

    I was surfing some hip-hop blogs and found rhymesandbeats.com. Then I saw some familiar names, like DJ Critikal, Noizmakaz, A-Rühm, Põhjamaade Hirm etc. Estonian hip-hop.

    I’m also from Estonia, and although I don’t know who DJ Slin is, it’s very good that he’s putting Estonian hip-hop on the global map, in his way.

    By the way, if you like to hear some more Estonian underground hip-hop, then here is a link for you: http://www.ehh.ee/index.php?main_id=15&kategooria=1

  6. bobon says:

    Заебца муза охуенно прет !!!!

  7. ted says:

    damn. I live pretty close to Estonia, but I didn’t expect, that in they produce good shit like this… respect! for Audio1 & Slin

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