Dec 312009
 



HAPPY NEW YEAR GOES OUT TO ALL OUR LISTENERS WORLD-WIDE!!!

We’ve just about made it past the first decade of the new millennium and what a wild ten years its been!
In 2010 THE READY CEE SHOW will be conducting a year-long celebration of REAL HIPHOP in conjunction with our 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY! This episode marks the launch of a string of events that will last the entire year and beyond! BE SURE to stay up with us here at thereadyceeshow.com and keep up to date with all the information we’ll be releasing.

New Years Eve is one of the biggest party nights of the year and everyone wants to hear the right music. In case you’re caught up in a New Years Eve situation with a WACK DJ, this special mix will give you an instant arsenal of FUNK to pop in to any system and control the party! Don’t be a victim of WACK DJ’s this New Year! Download THE READY CEE SHOW 2010 HIPHOP ODYSSEY BALLISTIC FUNK GRENADE MIX featuring DJ READY CEE & DJ MIXX on the 1-2s RIGHT NOW!!

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE READY CEE SHOW 2010 HIPHOP ODYSSEY BALLISTIC FUNK GRENADE MIX

Un-Phade-able…

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Dec 302009
 

Our homie, the legendary Shirt King Phade-O is back at it again with a brand new mural burning the walls at the Hiphop Cultural Center in Harlem, New York. If you don’t know your history about The Shirt Kings, do your homework then appreciate the work that this dude has been putting in for decades! MTV News caught up with Phade-O during the creation of the new mural and let him explain it’s details…

From MTV Newsroom:

Legendary Graffiti Artist Phade Creates Mural For Hip-Hop Museum

Posted 12/23/09 3:39 pm ET by MTV News in Music

By Rahman Dukes

If you ask iconic New York City graffiti artist Phade (better known as Shirt King Phade from the legendary Shirt Kingz) about the current state of hip-hop, he’d more than likely tell you it’s alive and breathing and resides in the Bronx, New York.

Whether you agree or disagree, Phade has been around the culture for decades and just like any other passionate hip hop fan is entitled to his opinion. But the difference between Phade and your average fan is Phade has lived the life of a rapper. And his crew, the Shirt Kingz, are his clique.

For those who may not be aware, Phade and the almighty Shirt Kingz carved a name for themselves in hip hop history by hooking up some of the ’80s biggest acts with customized clothing. From LL Cool J to BBD to Biz Markie to Jay-Z, you weren’t considered royalty in hip-hop if you didn’t own a piece of clothing from the Shirt Kingz.

While the days of Phade and his brothers Nike and the late Kashim designing shirts for the likes of Big Daddy Kane (featuring cartoon character Wyle E. Coyote holding a bottle of Olde English malt liquor) have passed behind him, Phade and Nike still remind the hip-hop community where the origins of the music came from: the art.

For the past week, Phade has been hard at work on his latest masterpiece: A mural for the Hip-Hop Cultural Museum located in Harlem, New York. The mural will officially be displayed in early January and the hood is sure to be delighted at Phade’s work. The mural, as according by Phade, incorporates the four elements of hip-hp: The DJ, the MC, th B-Boy and the graffiti artist.

Some of the forefathers Phade credits with moving the culture include God, Kool Herc, Grand Master Flash, Furious 5, Grand Wizard Theodore, Spoonin’-Gee, Mercedes Ladies, Busy Bee, Fantastic Romantic 5, Crash Crew, Brucie B, Horny Horn & Ace Shades, Run-DMC, Sparky D, DJ S&S, Egyptian Lover, Evil E, Hengee, Rahmell Zee, Rock Steady Crew, UTFO, fellow artists Phase2, Riff 170, A-Riley, Kase2, Chain3 In, Zax 1, LK, Tybu2, Vine, Comet, Blade, Ree2, Slay1. Also, hip-hop pioneers such as Sugar Hill Gang, Parlament Funkadelic, Roger & Zapp Band, Kool & the Gang, Black Byrds, Herbie Hancock, Stevie Wonder, Divine Sounds, Dexter Wansel, Barry White, Isaac Hayes, ET, Curtis Mayfield, Chaka, Jackson 5, Sylvers, Sunshine Band, Chaka Khan, Earth Wind & Fire, authors Donald Goines, Langston Hughes James Baldwin and many more.

Not to forget landmarks that have also influenced the culture such as the Abyssinian Baptist and Audubon Ballroom in Harlem, NY.

Hip-hop would not be where it is today if it were not for the likes of the late, great Marcus Garvey, Mahalia Jackson, Tito Puente, Louis Armstrong, James Brown, Billie Holiday, Sammy Davis Jr., Amiri Bakari, Martin Luther King, Malcolm-X, Adam Clayton Powell, W.E.B. Duboise, Michael Jackson and Jam Master Jay.

It was only fitting for the Christmas holiday that your favorite hip-hop team give you a gift that you can’t purchase at your local department store. Happy holidays.
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FULL MURAL

Dec 292009
 

Our friend, the incredible DJ JS-1, sent us a late Christmas gift today in the form of ‘LISTENING PLEASURES’. A mix he created in the mid-nineties that’s never been released to the public! This link won’t be around forever so grab it while you still can and ENJOY!

(Mixed in 1996 or 1997?)
120 minutes long

Side One
1 – Craig G – Rip Ya To Shreds intro
2 – Lord Finesse –
3 – EPMD – Big Payback
4 – Rakim – Rated R
5 – Gangstarr – Here is the Proof
6 – Percee P , AG, & Lord Finesse – Yes U May
7 – JS1 sratch interlude
8 – Main Source – Large Professor
9 – Masta Ace – Eyes on the Prize
10 – Organized Konfusion –
11 – Slick Rick – Lick The Balls
12 – Special Ed – Im Taxin’
13 – KRS-one – Feel The Vibe, Feel The Beat
14 – Mr Voodoo – Lyrical Tactics

Side Two
1 – Organized Konfusion – prisoners of war
2 – Ultramagnetic Mc’s – Aint it Good To Ya
3 – Big Daddy Kane – wrath of kane
4 – Pete Rock & CL Smooth – All Souled Out
5 – JS1 scratch interlude
6 – Freshco & Miz – Now Ya Know freestyle
7 – UBC – Mailin’ It Frosty
8 – Low Profile – Pay Dues
9 – Stezo – Bring The Horns
10 – JS1 scratch interlude – Public Enemy – Rebel beat
11 – KRS-one – Still # 1 freestyle remix
12 – Jungle Brothers – Straight Out the Jungle


DOWNLOAD HERE

Dec 292009
 

Our friend, the incredible DJ JS-1, sent us a late Christmas gift today in the form of ‘LISTENING PLEASURES’. A mix he created in the mid-nineties that’s never been released to the public! This link won’t be around forever so grab it while you still can and ENJOY!

(Mixed in 1996 or 1997?)
120 minutes long

Side One
1 – Craig G – Rip Ya To Shreds intro
2 – Lord Finesse –
3 – EPMD – Big Payback
4 – Rakim – Rated R
5 – Gangstarr – Here is the Proof
6 – Percee P , AG, & Lord Finesse – Yes U May
7 – JS1 sratch interlude
8 – Main Source – Large Professor
9 – Masta Ace – Eyes on the Prize
10 – Organized Konfusion –
11 – Slick Rick – Lick The Balls
12 – Special Ed – Im Taxin’
13 – KRS-one – Feel The Vibe, Feel The Beat
14 – Mr Voodoo – Lyrical Tactics

Side Two
1 – Organized Konfusion – prisoners of war
2 – Ultramagnetic Mc’s – Aint it Good To Ya
3 – Big Daddy Kane – wrath of kane
4 – Pete Rock & CL Smooth – All Souled Out
5 – JS1 scratch interlude
6 – Freshco & Miz – Now Ya Know freestyle
7 – UBC – Mailin’ It Frosty
8 – Low Profile – Pay Dues
9 – Stezo – Bring The Horns
10 – JS1 scratch interlude – Public Enemy – Rebel beat
11 – KRS-one – Still # 1 freestyle remix
12 – Jungle Brothers – Straight Out the Jungle


DOWNLOAD HERE

Dec 272009
 

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There’s alot of pathetic attempts at Hiphop mixshows goin on out there on this vast plane of podcasting and THE READY CEE SHOW is your audible mortar to fire back at the phony fake frauds who keep tryin to invade your earhole!

This week DJ Mixx steps in to set things off with all the new shit! Fresh joints this week from Army of the Pharaohs, Strong Arm Steady, BlackRoc and more!

Also this week, Ready Cee digs in The Ready Cee Show inbox and presents independent music from Raks & Hassan Mackie, Mes, HorseBully, Eddie Brock & Ace Lover! Enjoy the show!

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD EPISODE #155

Dec 262009
 

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Ok, so I hopped in a cab on 34th & 8th Ave in front of Madison Square Garden.. actaully I didn’t just hop in, the hack fuck rolled down the window and asked where I was goin first (illegal). I was only going up to 75th & Broadway. Had I needed to go home to the BRONX he would have rolled the window back up and bounced dumb quick. But being a Black Man in Manhattan and seeing that it was cold as FUCK and pouring outside I just let it slide and got in.

Every cab has the driver’s identification posted in the window of the back seat and it states the driver’s name and license info. 1,000% of NYC cab drivers are foreign cats from all corners of the globe. This dude was from somewhere, who knows. All I know is his name was Phat Ho….. PHAT HO FAM!! Hahahaha

Dec 252009
 

The entire crew is back we are celebrating Sexcee Goddess Birthday and the new affiliate station we ar on every week -NEW STATION 104.9 KAMPALA UGANADA as we take it back to the 90’s with Dj Readycee kicking it off with Dj Mixx and Dj Snuu the butcher returns, with us to hold it down for the Xmas holiday if you love the 90’s this is a must have …………

HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM THE CHRONICLES SHOW AND THE READYCEE SHOW ……HAPPY BIRTHDAY SEXCEE GODDESS……………..SHOUTS TO NEW STATION 104.9 KAMPALA UGANADA OUR HOMIE DJ ROKISSY KILLING THE HIP HOP IN AFRICA HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO KAMPALA UGANDA AFRICA……………

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Dec 162009
 

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As 2010 swiftly approaches we as the gatekeepers of REAL HIPHOP need to take inventory and gear up for what will be a rough road ahead! Its time to collectively mount an attack against the juggernaut of wackness and fraudulent DJs that has all but completely taken reign of our music. We’re doing our part by continuing to bring the world nothing but the rawest Hiphop straight outta New York City and beyond. Episode #154 brings you new music from Souls of Mischief, The Brown Bag Allstars, Bekay, Slum Village & many more! This week we also usher in a new alliance with London’s own FLAVOURRADIO.COM! Biggup goes out to DJ Locky Stylez and the whole team over at Flavour Radio which also includes DJ Mixx, Apollo Treed of Soup Kitchen Exclusives and many more!

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD EPISODE #154