Scenario Mixtape - Mixed by DJ Supa Dave

As you listen to this incredible mix, remind yourself that it was made in 2002 (pre-Serato/digital vinyl era).

  • Scenario Intro

    (Big L)
  • Once Again The Mans Back
  • Ebonics
  • The Big Picture (Intro)
  • Platinum Plus (F. Big Daddy Kane)
  • Fall Back (F. Kool G Rap)
  • '98 Freestyle

    (Notorious B.I.G.)
  • You Should Know My Steelo
  • Gimme Da Loot
  • Machine Gun Funk
  • Kick In The Door
  • Who Shot Ya

  • Its Da Funkadelic Funk
  • Rated R
  • Redman Meets Reggie Noble
  • Pick It Up (Rmx)
  • Its Like That (My Big Brother) (F. K-Solo)
  • Hardcore

  • Straight Out The Dungeons Of Rap
  • Rewind
  • Represent
  • I Gave You Power
  • N.Y. State Of Mind

  • Back At You
  • Do It Again (Put Ya Hands Up) (F. Beanie Sigel)
  • Where Im From
  • Friend Or Foe
  • Friend Or Foe '98

    (LL Cool J)
  • Dont Call It A Comeback
  • I Shot Ya (F. Keith Murray,Prodigy,Fat Joe,Foxy Brown)
  • 4,3,2,1 (F. Method Man,Redman,Canibus,DMX)

  • This Is A Warning
  • Dont Sweat The Technique
  • Whats On Your Mind
  • Know The Ledge (Juice)

    Anonymous said...

    This mixtape actually dropped in 2002, and it's definitely a keeper. SBKINGZ-

    Jason @ PSB said...

    Do you think Serato/digital vinyl killed the art of deejaying/mixing?

    pipomixes said...

    No, I don't think digital vinyl killed the art of mixing. Digital vinyl can enhance what deejays can do so long as deejays don't get so dependent on the technology that skills decline. That being said, digital vinyl is killing vinyl. And as vinyl dies, so does a very big part of being a hip hop deejay. Ideally, the deejay world needs to find a nice balance of incorporating the available technology with the core elements of being a deejay (skills, music selection, digging etc...). Will we be able to do that? I guess that's up to us

    Unknown said...

    am I dumb or has the link gone?

    re serato killing vinyl, i definitely buy less records than i used to, strated off d/l'ing all the stuff i already had on vinyl then started getting digital promos and being a lot more selective on what i paid money for, no more of those club bangers that are only hot for a few months that you often have to play as a dj...

    Anonymous said...

    Supa Dave haven't "upgraded" Biggie too much. Maybe because Biggie is the illest :-)