Stretch and Bobbito Unreleased Material by Slick Rick, Wu Tang Clan, and Many More

THE NEW YORK DJ DUO DROPS ARCHIVED FOOTAGE OF DOPE FREESTYLES FROM SEVERAL HIP HOP LEGENDS

A couple of days ago, New York DJs Stretch and Bobbito released an entire playlist full of classic freestyles from the legendary artists including Slick Rick, Wu Tang Clan, Black Moon. The two DJ’s have been in radio for a while, generating their reputation from their show on New York station WKCR, the Stretch and Bobbito show. The two released a series of dope recording to help promote their documentary, which will be dropping this summer. You can check out the full playlist on AllHipHop’s Soundcloud, but here are a few of the tracks below.

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29 thoughts on “Stretch and Bobbito Unreleased Material by Slick Rick, Wu Tang Clan, and Many More”

  1. Man, listen. The first time I heard the Yes You May remix… SHEESH! That bass line is still sick, till this day.

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  6. now this takes me back to when i was a teenager in the mid 90s listening to them on a WKCR here in new york making home made D90 TDK cassette pause tapes it’s sad that this generation of new york hip hop headz don’tt know there history because they don’t have these kind of shows anymore

  7. That’s whats up, this and the wake up show, Supernat and all that we need more radio that promotes craftsmanship like said shows did.

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    Cant wait for the documentary, I could listen to Stretch and Bobbito’s and the Wake Up Show freestyles all day long…

  10. all these young cats that be on here need to check this for a history lesson. This goes back to the days when you had to hustle to make it. The weak were separated from the heard real quick…

  11. Stretch and Bobbito. The Awesome 2. Red Alert. Mr. Magic and Marley Marl. Real hip hop radio shows.

  12. Actually the drums are from that Little Richard’s “The Rill Thing” but the bass line is from Albert King’s “I’ll Play The Blues for You”. I just looked it up.

  13. never ever ever and i mean never look up classic songs used as samples for beats on the internet there wrong most of the time listen to the original song lord finesse used majority of “the rill thing” lord finesse stretched out the bass guitar riff because it’s short it’s at the beginning part of the song he looped it he also used the horn section and part of the drumming from” the rill thing ” i have the 45

  14. Hear me out bro. You’re right the drums and the horns are from “the rill thing”. The bass line is from “I’ll Play The Blues for You”. Check it out on youtube watch?v=wdDRCIEEZ3w

  15. i have the 45 of” i’ll play the blues for you” i have been listening to that song for over 20 years now if were talking about big daddy kane i would say yes because it’s real clear but the remix of “yes you may” they both have bass lines that are basically the same in sound & tempo

  16. The bass line for yes you may was sampled from the live version of ” i’ll play the blues for you” not the studio recording. Hence, the difference. In the live version they played the song slightly differently as you can see, in that link that I provided you with.

  17. i have both 45’s i’m going to tell you what albert king “i’ll play the blues for you” sample is really known for and that is big daddy kane’s song “young gifted and black”

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