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Strong Arm Steady x Madlib – Chittlins & Pepsi feat. Planet Asia (Video)

Because WSTS is not necessarily a “hip hop blog” but more of an “urban blog,” I lose track and post so many diverse things.  But I come across tracks like this one and puts me back on track to where we came from.

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MED – MEDical Card (Video)

Madlib produced.

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Madlib – Funky Butt (Part 1) (Mp3)

Madlib Medicine Show #7: High Jazz is an all-new Madlib jazz production. High Jazz, the name itself a tribute to the landmark jazz-fusion album released by Stanton Davis’s Ghetto Mysticism in 1976, shows a marked development in Madlib’s craft.
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MED – Classics feat. Talib Kweli (prod. by Madlib) (Mp3)

I put this up ’cause everyone’s doing it!  Na, but on a a serious note, this track is dope.  Ill production from Madlib and well-spit verses from MED and Kweli.

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LA Weekly: The Madlib Mystique

Speculating on Madlib’s whereabouts is futile. Forget Twitter — he doesn’t even use e-mail. The interstellar infinity of his music indicates liberation from the limitations of gravity and time. Granted, he exists as blood and marrow: two children, lives in a real home in Eagle Rock, and the Gregorian Calendar claims that he’s 36. However, he is best understood as myth. In a society with a vampiric lust for information, our primitive neuroprocessors still compute in archetypes. Madlib is the man who wears masks, the witch doctor, the star of the medicine show.

to read the entire article, go to LA Weekly.

Oh No – Don't Stop Til You Get Enough (Video)

Oh No is Madlib’s younger brother and his legal name is Michael Jackson.  Talk about pressure.  A few years back, he came out with a remix album for MJ’s Off The Wall but due to legal/sampling issues, it was never released.  It was creatively titled, Michael Jackson vs. Michael Jackson.  Today, we get a little glimpse of what that project was all about.

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Madvillain – Papermill (Mp3)

Saw this on Word is Bond.  This is the first leak off MF Doom and Madlib’s follow up project to Madvillainy.

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