Givemethepussybaby - DJ Assault - Belle Isle Tech (CD)

9 thoughts on “ Givemethepussybaby - DJ Assault - Belle Isle Tech (CD)

  1. Representing some of the most non-socially redeeming "straight-up ghetto sh*t" to ever come out of Detroit, the sounds of DJ Assault and his partner, Mr. De', are well represented on this release. The first album of this two-record set features the duo's brand of potent gangster rap, which merges the violent egomania of NWA with the pornographic sexism of 2 Live Crew.
  2. Belle Isle Tech, an Album by DJ Assault. Released 27 March on Mo Wax (catalog no. MWR CD; CD). Genres: Ghettotech.
  3. Apr 22,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - DJ Assault - Belle Isle Tech YouTube; East Flatbush Project - A Madman's Dream /Can't Hold It Back - Duration: boobacrazy Recommended for you. DJ.
  4. Belle Isle Tech by DJ Assault, released 29 September 1. Belle Isle Tech (Disk 1 PT. 1) 2. Belle Isle Tech (Disk 1 PT. 2) 3. Belle Isle Tech (Disk 2 PT. 1) 4. Belle Isle Tech (Disk 2 PT. 2) Classic Double Cd from back in the day that everyone’s asking me about. So here it is have fun!!!
  5. This allowed the two to produce and distribute their own material. In April of , SUDS, Vol. 3 was released along with Belle Isle Tech. The latter contained two CDs, one completely rap and the other a compilation of Assault Rifle and Electrofunk releases. The CD offered both sounds of the urban streets to suburban and urban fans.
  6. Jan 15,  · DJ Assault ‎-- The Fuckadancemania E.P. Label: Assault Rifle -- AR Format: Vinyl, 12", EP Country: US Released:
  7. Listen free to DJ Assault – Belle Isle Tech (Intro, Crank This Mutha and more). 38 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at .
  8. DJ Assault: Assaultland ‎ (CD, Album) Assault Rifle Records: AR US: Sell This Version: DS DJ Assault: Straight Up Detroit Sh*t 2 versions: DS US: Sell This Version: 2 versions DJ Assault: Belle Isle Tech.
  9. DJ Assault Belle Isle Tech CD () Check Availability (Import) England: The cd starts with a solo saxophone intro to one of my favorite tunes, Beatrice by Sam Rivers with arrangement by Tommy James. The saxophone is like a violin. Brenda Mae is an original composition with arrangement by Dr. Anthony Branker, dedicated to my dearly.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Posts navigation

  • 1
  • 2