Playing tracks by
The Foreign Exchange, Jay-Z, Visioneers, Soul Quality Quartet, Bobby Brown and more.
This show was 39th in the global hip-hop/rap chart and 46th in the global drum & bass chart.
I found this DJ Tendai mix in a box of old CDs - it was recorded around 2010 and was one of the rare mixes I did which crossed genres over it from hip-hop, nu jazz, new jack swing, broken beat, house and drum 'n' bass. There were also a few old long forgotten tracks in there from myself
There is everyone from The Foreign Exchange, Jay-Z, Massive Attack, Ben Westbeech, Studio Apartment, Makoto & DJ Marky in this mix
The man that can't be named is R. Kelly - I can longer play his songs and I honestly cannot believe that its taken me so long to do this but I'll never DJ any of his tracks again. The self called "Pied Piper of R&B" (seriously!!!!) was caught running a sex cult full of young women in his home. This adds to the many cases again him. I stopped buying his music long ago and will never DJ any of his music again and you should all do the same.