Doo Wop Features A New DJ Premier & Tony Touch Joint, Freestyles From Cory Gunz, Termanology & Planet Asia (Mixtape)

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Legendary game-changing DJ, Doo Wop has always been vocal. The New Yorker, who boasts being a longtime member of both Bounce Squad and Flip Squad DJ’s has rapped alongside Tony Touch (Diaz Brothers), toured the world with the late Guru, and made a host of certified classic mixtapes in the ’90s and 2000s, perhaps most notably, ’95 Live.

Nearly 20 years later, he’s still at it. With Mixtapes Not Dead Mixtape (catch that?), Doo Wop runs through a what’s what of dope, recent Hip-Hop (many of these joints have been buzzin’ on Ambrosia For Heads too). In addition to coming up with that expert sequence and trusted mix mastery, Doo Wop adds some freestyles ranging from a throwback rarity from Remy Ma, to some fresh mic blessings from the likes of Planet Asia, Termanology, Cory Gunz, and even Mikey D (of Main Source 2.0 fame). There’s also cuts from Nature, Black Rob, Raekwon, The LOX, AZ, and for the more obscure-minded, both factions of Tha Ranjahz are represented, as well as Pudgee Da Fat Bastard.

If that’s not enough, Doo’ sheds light on a dope cut from this month that went a lil’ too low-key, “Touch and D-Stroy.” The cut teams another mixtape O.G., Tony Toca with Arsonists member-turned-host/video personality D-Stroy. Premier Heads take strong note…

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