Pirate Radio w/Marley Marl, K-Def & Pete Rock 105.9 WNWK January 22, 1994

Pirate Radio w/Marley Marl, K-Def & Pete Rock 105.9 WNWK January 22, 1994

Playing tracks by

Ray Bop, Shyheim, Gang Starr and A Tribe Called Quest.

Chart positions

This show was 8th in the global hip hop chart.

After his "In Control" era and before "Future Flavas" hit Hot 97, Marley Marl blessed us with his "Pirate Radio" show which aired on 105.9 WNWK on Saturday nights. It was part of Hank Love and Half Pint's 2am-4am slot. Not only would we get Marley's flavor, but he would always have guest DJs as well. This episode has Real Live's K-Def on the wheels and an appearance from Pete Rock freestyling alongside Sah-B over a Pete Rock beat straight from his SP (32:19). Couple of rare joints on here too like the Rated R "What Goes Up" Black Cat produced track (5:45) and an LL joint that sounds like a Marley Marl remix that never came out (26:54). This show was also the first to premiere some of the Nas album cuts from "Illmatic" when they were fresh from the studio on cassette.




Bo Nedelchev

The dope old and gold 1994. Hip hop will never die! Respect for the upload

Christian Norfleet

I needed this

Orlando Gardner

Fly Retro-Shit!

David Garcia Castillo

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Nas - The World Is Yours
Talk Break
Rated R - What Goes Up
Leaders Of The New School - Spontaneous (13 MC's Deep)
Shyheim - On & On
De La Soul ‎– Lovely How I Let My Mind Float Ft. Biz Markie
Shadz of Lingo - Mad Flavaz Remix
LL Cool J - ???? (Marley Marl)
Pete Rock & Sah B - Freestyle
Nas - Memory Lane
Akinyele - Exercise
Gang Starr - Mass Appeal
Shaquille O'Neal - Where Ya At? Ft. Phife Dawg
Lords Of The Underground - Lord Jazz Hit Me One Time (Make It Funky)
A Tribe Called Quest - Steve Bilko (Stir It Up)
A.D.O.R. - One For The Trouble (Inst)

Marlon Pacheco

I laid waist to a few bachata tapes recording over them with these shows. I stayed home just waiting. Coming from Miami which I consider the sixth Burrough it was a special treat to capture these moments, to he right in the city while these vibes would spew like lava over the frequency modulation. Shout out to the boogie down, Burnside those on the block 180 and the third.


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Mikee Holmes

Juggle Dem Beatsss!!!!