That’s a lie. I did play “rap” as you call it.
now if you were there for the entire 3 hour duration and took notice
You will also notice that I played like 12 genre's of music.
I played 80’s afrobeat (song 4 “Beast Of No Nation” by Fela, a rebel figure who used music to stave off government oppression, kinda sorta what rap USED to do)
I needed a song in C minor under 100bpms so I chose Prince’s Sign O’ The Times as my 20th song…..Prince is a king.
Ah ah ah but then song 48 and 49 were well know sampled gems by Ohio Players and Roy Ayers! (Keeping in with the spirit)
Then I mixed it up retro millennial stuff like Aaliyah (68) and Stro Elliot (69) Snoop (71)
My 76th song I chose a senegalese band from 1970 whose music is funky beyond words
I played MORE sample/hip hop history stuff with 2 Cock(er) & Kanye Charles
If you hate Stevie Wonder (83-87) you are the anti christ.
My first REAL monkey wrench was a Tom Jones record I KNEW WOULD WORK cause we ALL WATCH Fresh Prince Of Bel Air.
Dilla also covered my 106th song (Men w’o Hats safety dance) but does that make me elitist that I know that fact and the general public don’t but I play it anyway cause Dilla is god?
Effortlessly enough to make you complain about it so I guess I suck.
song 153 was Terrence Trent D’arby because while some of the world is ignorant and dumb and disposable (not talking the poster but in general)….I remember the greats.
162 however another monkey wrench——but is it? Inxs’s “Need You Tonight” is funky AF im sorry
164 “Give My Your Love” by Sylvia Stiplin, produced by Roy Ayers. Chicago approves of this selection—I wouldn’t argue with the city of Chicago.
Who but me would attempt that stunt?
I played more Mj and Jb, Blondie, Patrice Rushen, De La Soul & Funkadelic
Revealed how Rza listens to Stevie Wonder
And by my final 229th song ended with Jay Dilla.
—so all I wanna ask you is
do you have any grey poupon?