[Gully Classics] Tragedy Khadafi ft. Nas & NORE – Calm Down

Music makes these thugs calm down.

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[Gully Classix] Notorious B.I.G. – Party and Bulls**t

It’s been awhile since we added to our #GullyClassix segment and I thought it was only right that we make our return with the King of NY.

“I used to have the trey deuce and the deuce deuce in my bubble goose. Now I got the Mac in my knapsack,  lounging black. Smoking sacks up in Ac’s and sidekicks with my sidekicks rocking fly kicks.”

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[Gully Classix] Cam’ron – D Rugs

Today on #GullyClassix we’re featuring Cam’ron’s “D Rugs” which takes the listener on a journey through the protagonist’s experience with his mother being a drug abuser and his own experience as a dealer. In the end both the drug abuser and the dealer meet with unsavory results. From a technical standpoint the way Cam flipped the concept of drugs and gave “him” the name D Rugs was pretty genius.

Listen to this and more of our favorite classics on the #GullyClassix Spotify Playlist.

Be You. Live REAL.



[Gully Classix] Jay-Z – I Just Wanna Love U (Give It 2 Me)

This song came out almost twenty years ago and is still as infectious as ever. That Neptunes beat is ridiculous. The hook is catchy. And Jay-Z never disappoints when it comes to flow / delivery. This is one of those tracks I come back to every once in awhile just to reminisce about that early 2000s era.

Be You. Live REAL.

[#GullyClassix] Jadakiss – Put Ya Hands Up

Circa 2001; Kiss Tha Game Goodbye had just come out and I’m listening to it track by track scouting what songs to add to my personal mixtapes for the commute to school. “Put Ya Hands Up” not only made those mixtapes but it stood the test of time. It gets played on every long drive, on every plane ride, or whenever I’m trying to listen to some vintage JA-DA.

Listen to this and more of our favorite Hip-Hop classics on the #GullyClassix Spotify Playlist.

Be You. Live REAL.

#GullyClassix: The Pharcyde – Passin’ Me By

Today on #GullyClassix we’ve got The Pharcyde’s “Passin’ Me By” from 1992’s Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde. This track is an absolute classic with a beat that’s immediately recognizable for most hip-hop heads.

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#GullyClassix: Busta Rhymes – Dangerous

“Floss a little, invest up in a mutual fund…”

Today on #GullyClassix we’re presenting Busta Rhymes’ “Dangerous” from 1997’s When Disaster Strikes.

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Be You. Live REAL.

#GullyClassix: Missy Elliot & Eminem – Busa Rhyme

Today on #GullyClassix we’re remembering when Missy Elliot and Eminem teamed up for a track entitled “Busa Rhyme” off Missy’s 1998 album Da Real World. It mostly features Eminem spitting bars and was one of those tracks that I came back to from time to time when I was younger because of Missy’s unique approach and Em’s verses.

There are better tracks on this album but I’ll save those features for a later date.

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Be You. Live REAL.

#GullyClassix: Bone Thugs-N-Harmony – No Surrender

Today on #GullyClassix we’ve got Bone Thugs-N-Harmony’s “No Surrender” from 1994’s Creepin On Ah Come Up. When they first popped up on the scene their style was one of a kind with melodic flows and harmonies I hadn’t heard in rap music from previous years. Nowadays there are a couple of new-age acts who successfully borrow Bone Thug’s iconic flow from time to time proving that their style is timeless.

You can listen to this and more of our classic hip-hop favorites on the #GullyClassix Spotify Playlist.

Be You. Live REAL.

#GullyClassix: A Tribe Called Quest – Jazz (We’ve Got)

Today on #GullyClassix I’m on a Tribe vibe. We’ve got A Tribe Called Quest’s “Jazz (We’ve Got)” from 1991’s Low End Theory.

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Be You. Live REAL.