Chase March

Word is Bond Remembers Bushwick Bill

Bushwick Bill passed away last week due to pancreatic cancer. He was planning on doing a farewell tour to say goodbye to his fans. Unfortunately, that didn’t happen and we lost him too soon. Fortunately, his music and influence live on.

We celebrate his life by spinning some Geto Boys classics, some new joints, and a world premiere.

Rest in Peace Bushwick Bill!

Geto Boys – Minds Playing Tricks on Me
Geto Boys  – Mind of a Lunatic
Geto Boys ft J. Prince – We Boogie
Geto Boys – Damn It Feels Good to be A Gangsta
Geto Boys – Yes Yes Y’all
Geto Boys – Ain’t With Being Broke
Geto Boys – F*&k a War
Sareem Poems & Newselph – Kick’N It
Keith Murray ft Redman & Erick Sermon – Don’t Make No Sense
Cali Agents – What’s Really Good
Jay Are (John Robinson & J Rawls) – YCP ft Tiffany Paige
MHP – We Are Hip-Hop
Masta Ace ft Sha Stimuli & Kid Dynamite – Hell Up in Harlem
2Pac ft Trick Daddy – Still Ballin’
Wordsworth & Pearl Gates ft Masta Ace – Youology
Rel McCoy – Call of the Times
Main Source – Just Hanging Out
Modenine & Teck-Zilla – Club Story
T-Rhyme – First Entry
Planet Asia ft Rah Digga – Doomsday Preppers
Moves & Lxvndr – Posse Fresh
Backburner – Burn it Down Again
Third Eye Movements – River City Worldwide
Baba Brinkman – Forget Me Not
Eric B & Rakim – Juice (Know the Ledge)
Murs – I Miss Mikey
TempoMental – Hold On
Mote N Moore – Dirty Conscience
KamSpeechMusic – Show Me Something
Freddie Gibs & Madlib – Crime Pays

Original air date – Tuesday June 11, 2019.

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