On the last episode of Tha Headwarmaz...


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This are the tracks that got played on the showizeeeeeee...
days get shorter - Bonzaya

Street Epidemic ft. Fungus tha mutated lung

Hart om te vat - Terror mc

Edwin the hardboiled - Ben Sharpa

Move on em - Exile ft. T'raah

Tell you - Exile ft. Alec blac & Blu

Alter natives - Hymphatic Thabs

Slayers - J Davey ft. Blu Scholars

Analogue opus - Arsenic ft. Eavesdrop

I'm still smoking - Arsenic ft. Archetypes

Ons Stem - P.O.C.

Planet cape town - P.O.C

Net 'n bietjie liefde - P.O.C.

Cape Crusader - P.O.C.

I shot ya - LL cool j

Emcees act like they don't know - KRS ONE

The plaftform - Dilated Peoples

Gin and Juice - Snoop Doggy Dog

Oh my god - A tribe called quest

Second round KO - Canibus

Regulators - Warren G and Nate Dogg

'93 till infinity - Souls of Mischief

Ruffneck - Mc lyte

Humpy dance - Digital underground

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This week we had one helluva show...

In anticipation of Proverb’s new projects, especially the EP “off the books” we travelled back to The Manuscript with…

Street Music  Proverb ft. Reason

And of course with the votes tallied and the dust settled, Barrack Obama is out to represent for all of us. We put a humourous spin on things…

A milli (obama remix) – APT

Slum village is gonna be cooking up something on our shores real soon, but we reached a bit deeper into the pot of the Detroit Delhi…

Dirty  Slum Village ft. Dirt Mcgirt

Congratulations Nyambz on your boy child…

Baby and  Hymphatic Thabs

Amavuvuzela remix – Imbube ft. HHP, Young nations, Selwyn, F-eezy, El-nino

Smile  Juggaknots

New money  Juggaknots

Jargon came through blazing on our guest spot, Headz on da spot… we received mad sms and live calls from people bigging them up for their new ish. Don’t sleep, Ncedisa and Freeman are a promising future of hip hop.

Then we headed back into the 90’s with our regular feature, What legends are made of…where we play tracks that were voted for by the ma**es as the best singles to come out of the pre-y2k era…

This is What legends are made of Vol 4

You know my steez – Gangstarr

Triumph – Wu tang clan

Elevators – Outkast

Sound of da police – KRS ONE
Come clean – Jeru da damaja

Hip hop hooray – Naughty by nature

He got game – Public enemy

Gangstas paradise – Coolio

I got a man – Positive K

Ma** appeal – Gangstarr

The headwarmaz is blazing this season mayn… you can’t afford to miss any episode!!!!!
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On the last episode of the Headwarmaz...  ;D

This week we were discussing another painful topic in hip hop, and that was the Generation gap in SA hip hop. Severe criticism about the loss of essence that our hip hop has suffered has been handed to the younger hip hop practitioners by the older generation of hip hop activists. We had heated discussion about the different phenomena that come with the alleged "death of the golden age". attached are some of the discussions and calls from the show......

Who got played

For the streets - R scenic

Freedom fighters  - Illuminati

Street Epidemic ft. Fungus the mutated lung

Keep it moving - Reason

Rainha Preta - Intellektu

Strange fruit - Pete Rock ft. Sticky fingaz & Capadonna

Evolve  - Insight

Hay suka - Reason ft. Driemanskap

Resurrection at last - D.S.O

Know your hood - DJ Jazzy Jeff

Alter natives - Tha Hymphatic Thabs

What do you know - Murs

Yikes - Scienz of Life ft. MF Doom

Hustle  - Archetypes

The lesson - The roots

Scream phoenix - Cannibal Ox

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The first time we've stepped into the studio in 2009 and it was as crazy as if we'd never left. Phurah the King was there with this extraordinary comments and slogans. Of course this week he was going on about making that "arab money"... and asking everyone "don't you be my vocalist"!

The other usual suspect Wanda aka original wanda of the world aka one hit wanda...was in the studio too.

Zwayi, the newer voice was up in the studio. Shy at first, his head warmed really fast end by the end of the show...he was fully fledged in art Headwarming.

This is what got played...

Welcome to Kaltsha  --> Rattex

Questions --> Nthabi

Non sense --> Jean Grae

Hotness --> Bahamadia

Dirty Harry --> Gorillaz

Aint got a chance -->  Ha**an Salam

A bathing Harry --> Lupe Fiasco

Disturbance -->  Equilibrium

High up like this --> Perspektif

5 fingers --> Ben Sharpa

Psycho --> Busta Rhymes, Ca**idy and Papoose

Things we do --> Slum village

Freedom fighters --> Illuminati

Rau rau --> Skwatta kamp

Uthi mna --> T.O.P

You never know --> Immortal Technique ft. Jean Grae

No big ting --> Skinnyman

U don't know rmx --> Jay Z

Breaking bread --> Hi tek

Thabs --> Hymphatic Thabs


For the LOVE of Hip Hop