Q102 Hip-Hop Review

May 15, 1994
WIOQ (102.1 FM)
Philadelphia, PA, USA

This episode of the Q102 Hip-Hop Review is from May 15, 1994 (there’s a mention of it being the second day of Black Expo U.S.A. ’94) and features Jay-Ski on the wheels, Mike Elliot & Shelly Shell hosting, and Lee Lava answering phones (props to Mike Elliot for giving so much shine to the dude answering phones). Some really good tracks chopped and sliced to perfection by Jay.

This tape’s a little weird — side B of my tape seems to be the first part (labeled as side A here), yet the way “Crooklyn” ends one side and starts the other doesn’t seem to fit that. Not sure exactly what happened here. Anyway, enjoy.

Side A

  • Crooklyn… Crooklyn Dodgers
  • Tears (Remix)… Da King and I
  • Lyrics to Go… A Tribe Called Quest
  • Player’s Ball… Outkast
  • Phunk Wucha Heard… Sha’dasious
  • Airbreak
  • Rap Snacks ad – Da Youngstas (King Just?)
  • Airbreak
  • Warrior’s Drum… King Just
  • Airbreak
  • Old to the New… Nice and Smooth
  • Funky… Ultramagnetic MC’s
  • Hip Hop vs Rap… KRS-One
  • D. Original… Jeru the Damaja
  • Airbreak with Jay-Ski freestyle!

Side B

  • Airbreak
  • Diary of a Madman… Gravediggaz
  • Aibreak (over Tonight’s the Night… Redman)
  • Props Over Here… The Beatnuts
  • Huhh What… Quo
  • Bring the Drama (feat. Down Low Recka, K-Tez & Rubbabandz)… Shyheim
  • Mike Elliot sorta freestyles over “Dwyck”
  • Airbreak
  • It Ain’t Hard to Tell (Remix)… Nas
  • It’s Funky Enough… The D.O.C.
  • Bucktown… Smif-N-Wessun
  • As Long As You Know (feat. RZA and Scientifik)… Ed O.G. & Da Bulldogs
  • Mic Checka… Das EFX
  • Airbreak
  • I Got Cha Opin… Black Moon
  • Crooklyn… Crooklyn Dodgers