So after seeing The Dark Knight yesterday I’ve been obsessed with all that is Batman. So I’m stretching a little bit for today’s installment of Throwback videos and featuring all videos from 1989, the year of the first Tim Burton Batman movie and the debut of Jack Nicholson’s Joker. And allow me to be the thousandth person to say this but Heath Ledger’s Joker was INCREDIBLE. So for now I’ll stop nerding out and present this week’s edition of Throwback Sunday.
You know the drill…after the jump.
More famous for his shout out from Snoop in Gin & Juice than his actual music, D.O.C. nonetheless put out some real heat. This is 12″ single that you’re most likely to be familiar with featuring cameos from Dre, Easy E, and a lot of Lakers and Raiders gear.
I went to school with some redneck crackers right around the time 3rd Bass dropped the Cactus album…well…maybe that’s not all true. I had forgotten what Serch’s faux flat top looked like. Classic. To me, this track really speaks to the sound of the late late 80’s as the music was moving towards a harder edgier sound. After a few seasons of the White Rapper Show and Miss Rap Supreme this is a trip to watch.
I don’t think I really even need to speak on how classic this song is. So Wat Cha Sayin was the lead single from the Unfinished Business LP. Scratch, Erick, and Parrish were one of the greatest trios ever that does not get the props in the present like they should.
I don’t want fans who don’t know who G Rap is…