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PRhyme Featuring The Notorious B.I.G. – Wishin’ [@DJSmu RMX]

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This Remix was inspired by one of Royce’s Verses on this very track right here.
When Royce rapped the “Kick in the Door” Part in the first few bars after he takes it back from Common I thought: “What if Biggie was actually on the Record?”

The Answer is this Remix right here.I made two different Versions: One features all the original Vocals with B.I.G. added inbetween. The other one is just Royce and Mr. Wallace.

We in the 7th Boro office love this Blend a lot and i can assure you that I got more PRhyme Related Blends/Remixes done and will release them as a compilation very soon.
Keep your eyes and ears open!
R.I.P. Biggie Smalls!

Version One with Royce,Biggie and Common:

Version Two with Royce and Biggie:

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MC Lyte – Dear John ft. Common & 10Beats (Official Video)

MC Lyte’s new track, “Dear John” f/ Common & 10Beats, is the anthem for #EducateOURMen, which is the signature scholarship initiative of MC Lyte’s Hip Hop Sisters Foundation, which has presented two $100,000 university scholarships during the Soul Train Music Awards Red Carpet Pre-Show each year since the organization’s founding. This year, the foundation will present dozens of scholarships earmarked to send men to HBCU‘s. Russell Simmons, Dr. Benjamin Chavis, Jada Pinkett Smith and Faith Evans are just of the few celebrities who support the foundation’s movement (EducateOURMen.info).

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    MC Lyte ft. Common & 10Beats — Dear John (Prod. by Loudbox)

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    #educateourmen “Dear John” is the anthem for #EducateOURMen, which is the signature scholarship initiative of MC Lyte‘s Hip Hop Sisters Foundation, which has presented two $100,000 university scholarships during the Soul Train Music Awards Red Carpet Pre-Show each year since the organization’s founding. This year, the foundation will present dozens of scholarships earmarked to send men of color to HBCU‘s. Russell Simmons, Dr. Benjamin Chavis, Jada Pinkett Smith and Faith Evans are just of the few celebrities who support the foundation’s movement (www.EducateOURMen.info).

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    Common (Sense) at Fat Beats NYC Sept. 27, 1997

    DJ Eclipse has been dropping some treasures lately.

    Here’s a clip from Common’s Fat Beats NYC in-store for “One Day It’ll All Make Sense”. The in-store was actually a few days before the album was released so we only had his single for sale that day. We were also pushing No I.D.’s “The Black Album” (w/Dug Infinite) which had come out early that week. This Common album was the last time that No I.D. and Com would do an album together until 2011. Like most in-stores at Fat Beats it was never limited to just the artist who’s in-store it was. Many times other artists would pop in and perform and on this day Lord Sear (Stretch & Bobbito/Shade 45) had stopped by and got on the mic with Common. Shout out to Mista Sinista from the X-Men/X-Ecutioners who not only did all the scratches on Common’s earlier albums, but was present this day to provide the music. In fact, his album “X-Pressions” with the rest of The X-Ecutioners had dropped earlier that week as well.

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