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Dj A.K.A. Tricky D.

Dj A.K.A. Tricky D. has been into music since the early age of 11 and always had the magic of making people laugh and smile when they are around him. One of the things he like most is watching other DJs perform and their interactions with their crowd. He believes that being a true DJ is and has always been a true art of majesty because as such you are in control of most action that is conducted in your presence not by physical force but only by the use of vibrations that you send to your listeners mind and soul. He says when you play and control the body movement of hundreds or even thousands all at one time that is is true majestic power that you have found within oneself and the task of how to control and utilize it is set for true DJs. That is why he is conducting one on one’s with some of the great and upcoming DJs of yesteryear and upcoming DJs. Check in from time to time and see who’s the next one to be stopped on the DJ’s corner with DJ. A.K.A. Tricky D. right here on Hip Hop Blvd!!!

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Afrika Bambaataa

I’m going to end the Hip Hop Blvd year off with the mentioning of someone we all will always pay homage to. Hip Hop is The Culture for what it is if it wasn’t for this individual… coming up in the streets of the South Bronx and many other areas would not have been as grateful for life if it wasn’t for this individual By this time if you are a real true Hip Hop head you should already know that I’m talking about the one and only Afrika Bambaataa…!!!


Afrika Bambaataa gave a path of new direction for the street life individuals who were later created as the Hip Hop culture. Rappers, Graffiti Artists, Break Dancers, Electric Boogie Dancers, DJs and many more who became part of the life we know as HIP HOP. Yes there were many others who contributed but we are recognizing one and that one is Bambaataa!!! If there is anything anywhere on this free planet called earth that is Hip Hop you better believe it is there because of this man here. We all know him for traveling far and abroad to take OUR Culture to them. Afrika Bambaataa… all Kingz & Qweenz of hip hop appreciate what you have done for the CULTURE!!!

Respect!!!
Peace and Be Well Ahkis..!!!

Dj A.K.A. Tricky D. 

 Dj Master O.C. & Dj Krazy Eddie


Peace and Blessings Hip Hop Blvd Family & Followers,

Let’s reminisce on another two DJ’s who help started Hip Hop with a group of MC’s that marked their place in the art. 

Dj Master O.C. and Dj Krazy Eddie of the Fearless Four we say Thank you guys for your contribution to the art. Thanks for Rockin' It.... Rockin' It..!!!

Who remembers the battles that these guys performed against The CC4 in the Bronx and Harlem. Routine after routine was always coordinated well and we Il’ Schoolers always appreciated the shows. I would love to go back into time to see these shows but for now I’ll continue to listen to my tapes. 

Peace, Be Well and Stay Safe…

Dj A.K.A. Tricky D. 

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Grand Master Flash

It was late 70’s when I was introduced to the sounds of GM Flash and I was already addicted to The Incredible Bongo Rock Band’s track Apache but when I heard GMF drop 20th Century Steel Band’s - Heaven and Hell intro before he played it… he took it to a whole new level. It was like the first remix to Apache. It put all crowds throughout the Bronx in a frenzy. Just knowing what was about to come on gave me chills then. His talent and skills can still be heard to this day and I don’t believe there isn’t anyone in Hip Hop that can say they never heard of him or play. 

GRANDMASTER FLASH we say thank you for taking part in Creating this culture we live… HIP HOP!!!

 

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Jazzy Joyce

Jazzy Joyce is definitely a name in the Hip Hop genre that has been heard of. Remembering “Its My Beat” featuring M.C. Sweet Tee. You can still hear Jazzy Joyce spinning and it is great to listen to her as she entertains the crowd. When you move the crowd you are complete as a Dj. 

Joyce continue the craft as you do and Thank you… Spin On… Spin ON!!!

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Mercedes Ladies

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Peace and Blessings Hip Hop Blvd Family & Followers,

  This week let’s talk about a trio of Hip Hop’s behind the scene disc jockeys... Now If you really remember the 70’s Hip Hop in the Bronx the group were called “The Mercedes Ladies”and they had three DJ’s… 

Dj Baby D ( D. Myers ), Dj RD Smiley ( R. Pearson ) & Dj La Spank ( G. Hall… A.K.A. Dj FLAME ). These three were the first Female DJ’s of an all female hip hop group “Mercedes Ladies”. I remember doing a party with them personally once back in the day on Park Avenue ( Morrisinia Air Rights ) and it was a  great time. When you saw The Mercedes Ladies name on a flyer the women showed out for them. RD Smiley… Baby D… and Dj La Spank thank you for representing women of the real Hip Hop genre.

Peace Out Beloveds..!!!

DJ KOOL HERC