Mix: DJ Mickey Knox – Rawkus Classics

Mix: DJ Mickey Knox – Rawkus Classics

Which label introduced the world some of the most talented emcees to ever exist such as Mos Def, Talib Kweli, Pharoahe Monch, Big L, Hi-Tek, Eminem (yes, the old Eminem) and more? The label was Rawkus

DJ Mickey Knox pays homage to one of the best indie labels that ever existed. Only vinyl was used during the making of this mixtape.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

01. Mos Def “Universal Magnetic”
02. Styles P. “My Life”
03. Common feat. Sadat X “1999″
04. Talib Kweli “Get By”
05. Kool G. Rap “First Nigga (Remix)”
06. Dilated Peoples “Right & Exact”
07. Mos Def “Ms. Fat Booty”
08. Reflection Eternal (Talib Kweli x Hi-Tek) “The Express”
09. Pharoahe Monch “Simon Sayz”
10. Big L “Flamboyant”
11. Eminem “Any Man”
12. Bad Seed “Uhhnnn”
13. Cage “Suicidal Failure”
14. Black Star (Talib Kweli x Mos Def) “Respiration”
15. Hi-Tek feat. Jonnel “Round and Round”
16. Hi-Tek feat. Common “The Sun God”
17. Mos Def feat. Tash x Q-Tip “Body Rock”
18. Kool G. Rap “My Life”
19. Pharoahe Monch feat. Xzibit “Right Here (Remix)”
20. Reflection Eternal (Talib Kweli x Hi-Tek) “Move Something”
21. Da Beatminerz feat. Flipmode Squad “Take That”
22. The High & Mighty feat. Mos Def x Skillz “B Boy Document 99″
23. Reflection Eternal (Talib Kweli x Hi-Tek) “The Blast”
24. Black Star (Talib Kweli x Mos Def) “Definition”
25. Mad Skillz “Ghostwriter”
26. Shabaam Sadeeq “Are You Ready”
27. Smut Peddlers “That Smut”
28. Lyricist Lounge All Stars “Talking To You”
29. Mos Def feat. Pharoahe Monch “Oh No”
30. Pharoahe Monch “Mayor

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