Grandmaster Flash

Video: "Swagger" by Grandmaster Flash

"Swagger" by Grandmaster Flash (w. Red Cafe, Snoop Dogg & Lynn Carter off the new album, The Bridge. The Godfather's first in 20 years.

Posted on Fri, 13/02/2009 - 00:57

Grandmaster Flash With First Album In 20 Years

On February of next year, Hip Hop pioneer Grandmaster Flash will release The Bridge: Concept Of A Culture, his first album in over 20 years.

With a release date of February 23, The Bridge: Concept Of A Culture, will feature a number of guest appearances including appearances by KRS-One, Q-Tip, Big Daddy Kane, Busta Rhymes, Snoop Dogg, and more.

Grandmaster Flash played a very instrumental role in Hip Hop and is credited as being one of the pioneers of deejaying. In the late '70s, he formed Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five and he has also gone on to work with artists such as Kurtis Blow and Lovebug Starski.

In 2007, Grandmaster Flash & the Furious Five were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame along with R.E.M. and Van Halen.


Posted on Sun, 07/12/2008 - 03:38

Classic: Golden Era Eighties Legends

This dusted-off feed of videos comes in parts of a European docu-film from the Golden Era Eighties. Incredibly rare footage of these iconic leaders legends of the hip-hop culture, Furious' Grandmaster Flash, teenage LL and Kings Of Rock, Run DMC. True school throwbacks of a burgeoning culture of hip-hop in the nineteen eighties.

Part one is with the legendary DJ, Grandmaster Flash live from day one! Taken in the early eighties, Flash drops science.

Part two takes us to LL Cool J right on the front porch of his grandmother's Queens home. (circa 1984-'85) We get his thoughts on females in the rap game and the many variations of what "LL" stands for, freestyling down Farmer's Boulevard.

Part three shows super-group Run DMC inside and outside New York City. From DMC showing off his new Cadillac to Run and Jam Master Jay in the studio producing a phat reggae beat.

Peep "Son Of Kurtis Blow" (Run) bickering over hotel expenses with the "Jew Upstairs" (Lyor Cohen).

Posted on Fri, 05/09/2008 - 12:19