I normally shy away from "Golden Era" mixes because the wheel can only be reinvented so many times. However, I saw this mix reposted by several heads who's ear I hold in high regard. My goodness, this is insanely good. Seamless transitions, and blends that compliment each other better than peanut-butter and jelly. The blends are so good that Nas' Nastradamus actually sounded good (like, very good) when layered over Gravediggaz's 1-800-Suicide. Mix of the Year good! Highly Recommended.
So after months of careful preparation and hours of digging I bring to you the final instalment of my Golden Era Hip Hop series Vol 3. This mix I spent longer on and rather than give you interviews with legends of the scene I have delivered an extra 15 minutes of classics. It has been one of my favorite pieces of work compiling these mixes and no expense is spared into finding all those hidden gems. I hope you enjoy this as much as I did compiling my own personal favourites 🙏
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