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Alchemist Remixes A D.I.T.C. Gem From A.G. & O.C. (Audio)

It’s been 15 years since D.I.T.C.’s (Diggin’ In The Crates) one and only album. Released on Tommy Boy Records, the self-titled LP (often called “World Class” by some Heads) featured

Right As Pharoahe Monch Readies P.T.S.D., Prince Po Releases A Video With Organized Konfusion & O.C. (Video)

Tomorrow, Pharoahe Monch will release his fourth solo album, P.T.S.D. Earlier todays, fans were (and still are) treated to an early listen. However, quite cleverly, Prince Po released the video

O.C. Is Forever A B-Boy. He Toasts To Lifetime Hip-Hop Heads In New Song (Audio)

O.C.’s been working lately. After dropping Ray’s Cafe, an album with Bronx, New York producer/D.I.T.C. affiliate Ray West, Mush is back with “B-Boy Stance.” The Brooklyn and Queens native (he’s

A Rare 1994 Remix Surfaces From O.C.’s Word…Life Album By DJ Eclipse (Audio)

O.C.’s 1994 debut album, Word…Life, is among one of the albums that makes the year so special in the Hip-Hop memory. Known then as a longtime affiliate of Organized Konfusion,

It’s Organized Konfusion As Pharoahe Monch & O.C. Rock With Prince Po & Oh No (Audio)

Just last year, Pharoahe Monch and Prince Po cracked the mic together on Marco Polo’s PA2: The Director’s Cut. The Queens, New York vets have been in the news a

Organized Konfusion To Celebrate 20th Anniversary Of Stress: The Extinction Agenda With O.C. & Large Professor

In August of 1994, Pharoahe Monch and Prince Poetry released their second of three albums as Organized Konfusion. The Queens, New Yorkers followed their self-titled 1991 LP with a sophomore

One Of The Source’s Co-Founders & DJ Mighty Mi Lay Down A 2 Hour Golden Era Mix (Audio)

Back in arguably the greatest year for all things Rap (1988), The Source magazine, the onetime “Bible Of Hip-Hop,” started by Publisher Dave Mays and Jon Shecter at Harvard University

O.C. Reflects On His Day With A Whole New Flow On A Dreamy Ray West Beat (Audio)

If you listen to O.C.’s 1994 debut album Word…Life you’ll get some deeply introspective MC’ing. O is a master at calling back to childhood memories, or analyzing a situation differently

O.C. Time-Travels With Ray’s Cafe (Audio)

Diggin’ In The Crates alum O.C. has a few styles and approaches. The MC who spent his youth in both Brooklyn and Queens may be best known for his “cap

Large Professor, O.C., Inspectah Deck & Tragedy Khadafi Team Up On Marco Polo’s Astonishing (Audio)

Could you imagine this between 1993 and 1998? Large Professor (Main Source), Inspectah Deck (Wu-Tang Clan), Tragedy Khadafi (Capone-N-Noreaga fam), and O.C. (Diggin’ In The Crates) on one song? Well,