WIB Rap Radio – Falling (RIP Tom Petty)

Tom Petty passed away Monday night and I wanted to pay tribute to him by kicking off the show with the Teenage Fan Club / De La Soul song that sampled his iconic hit “Free Falling.” After that I get into two hours of great hip-hop music mixed live on the radio. And close off the show with two of his greatest hits.

Rest in Peace, Tom Petty.

Your music will live on and continue to inspire us.

Teenage Fan Club and De La Soul – Falling
Dillon and Diamond D – Feast
IT – The Way the Horns Blow
Late for Dinner – Other Side
Open Mike Eagle ft Has-Lo – 95 Radios
Adam Bomb – Furthermore
PMD ft Erick Sermon (EPMD) – The Real is Gone
Sleeper Dox – Westmount Gang Sh*t
Da Dysfunkshunal Familee – She’s My
Teenburger – Mass Hypnosis
Jezi – Catch a Vibe
LL Cool J – Mama Said Knock You Out
Raw Fusion – Funkintoyoear
Locksmith – Agenda
Baba Brinkman – Dylan
Kyprios – Carousel
Large Professor – Ijuswannachill
2Pac – Me Against the World
Fortunato – Plain to See
Tempomental – I Know
Brady Watt – Roots Around My Ribcage
John Robinson and PVD – Choose Your Words Wisely
Superior ft Verbal Kent – Mastermind
The Alchemist and Red Bull Academy – Members De Gang
Prince Paul, Chubb Rock, Wordsworth, and MF Doom – People, Places, Things
Tom Petty – I Won’t Back Down
Tom Petty – Free Falling

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2 responses to “WIB Rap Radio – Falling (RIP Tom Petty)”

  1. Teenage Fanclub/De La Soul (“Judgment Night” Soundtrack), Tom Petty RIP. You pretty much said everything just in that sick, classic, dope ass opener. I see you’re in Canada, cool. I’m in NE PA, a North Jersey native, though. My area is Lehigh Valley Metropolitan Area or Region. Whatever. Finally got a home studio as well, to go with the website. So, once I get some tracks laid down, I’ll send’em to you. Who knows, maybe you’ll enjoy it, I try to keep my instrumentals (original) as raw and classic as possible, 80s-90s inspired by so many … lyrically, I built my style off Erick Sermon, Cappadonna & Masta Killa, AZ and Foxy Brown, Phife Dawg the Five Foot Freak … ha, basically, you get the idea. Each one of them displays that “rugged, raw, ‘hock-spit’ kinda 5 Boroughs-accented flow. So, yeah. Mad love and praise to your whole radio career and life in the Arts. God bless. Tommy P

  2. Hi Tommy P,

    Thanks for the comment. I’m glad you are enjoying the radio program.