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TheCrateDigger DJ Trav Gales
The 80's Old School Classic Hip hop and R&B songs Mix Tape Legend
80's Hip Hop and R&B Mega Music Mix 6
March 19, 2012 07:41 PM PDT
Old School 80's Hip Hop DJ Travis Gales
On the eve of his 47th Birthday, The Voice of TheCrateDigger.com DJ Trav Gales releases another one of his mega mix of Hip Hop and R&B! The legendary DJ from Raleigh – Durham N.C. creates another one of his online Old School 80's Hip Hop mixtape series entitled MIX #6.
80’s Old School Hip Hop Track List:
80's Old School Hip Hop DJ80's R&B and Classic Rap Music Mix - Episode 5 DJ Travis Gales
July 01, 2011 09:16 AM PDT
Nucleus "Jam On It"
Guy "Teddy's DJ III"
Dr Dre 2Pac "California Love"
SWV "Your The One"
Too much more to name JUST LISTEN
If you are planning a "Music from the 80's" event, Old School Party or Reunion and are looking for a DJ that loves playing music from the 80's go here to get in contact with me!80's Old School Hip Hop and Classic 80's Rap Music Episode 4 Ain't nothing but a Gangster Party II 80's R&B mix!
January 01, 2011 10:46 PM PST
80's Old School Classic Rap, R&B and Hip Hop!
Pod cast #4 part II is the sequel to "Nothing But A Gangster Party" podcast #4 80's R&B Mix. TheCratedigger.com is a series of OLD SCHOOL 80’S hip hop and R&B mixes, stories and commentary about life back in the 80's. You can either listen to #4 or #4 part II. Both sound great. I was able to gather some of my family and friends from high schools, college and from my job in broadcasting from over the years to help me put podcast #4 part II together. It turned out to be better than I thought it would be in such a short time to create it.
Come back later for the track listing. In the meantime check out the mix. Your comments and monetary donations are welcome.
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80's Old School Classic Rap, R&B and Hip Hop!Episode 4 Nothing But A Gangster Party! 80's R&B mix
December 31, 2010 02:21 PM PST
Happy 2011! This is pod cast #4 in my series of OLD SCHOOL 80’S hip hop and R&B mix tapes. I began my professional DJ career in 1980's while attending college at NCCU in Durham, N.C. At the time I referred to myself as the Notorious DJ Gangster Gales. The name was suggested to me my older brother Alonzo "Elijah" in High School. In 1991.
I got my first gig as a radio personality for a local radio station in Raleigh N.C. The general manager at the time made me change it due to all of the controversy surrounding the rap group NWA and their song “Fuck The Police”. I was never a real Gangster, nor was I ever down with selling drugs or violence. I just like the clothes they wore in the Godfather movies of the 70’s. I would love to hear some of your stories about life back in the Hip Hop and R&B 1980's.
Why not reach out to me and I can get you the podcast show sometime.
Here’s where you can reach me.
Dj Skype TheCrateDigger
For your comments, request, ideas, suggestions, shout outs or bookings contact me at the email below.
P.S. I will explain what happen in that auto crash photo in a later podcast.
001. Intro – Snoop Doggy Dogg, Tupac Shukar & Lose Ends - “Ain’t nothing but a Gangster Party” Remix of America’s Most Wanted Remixed by the DJ Formerly known as Gangster Gales
002. Dennis Edwards - Don't look any further
003. Eric B & Rakim - Paid in full (sample)
004. Grace Jones - Slave to the rhythm (sample)
005. Class Action - Weekend (sample)
006. Midnight Star - Don't rock the boat (acapella)
007. Paula Abdul - Straight up 008. Falco - Rock me Amadeus
009. Joyce Simms - Come into my life
010. Soul II Soul - Keep on moving
011. Milli Vanilli - Girl you know it's true
012. Yarbrough & Peoples - Don't stop the music
013. Eric B & Rakim - Paid in full (sample reprise)
014. Change - Let's go together
015. Prince - Sign 'o' times
016. George Michael - I want your sex
017. Paul Hardcaste - Don't waste my time
018. B.B. & Q. Band - Genie
019. Lisa Stansfield - All around the world
020. Imagination - Music & lights
021. SOS Band - Borrowed love (acapella)
022. Fat Larry's Band - Act like you know
023. Soul II Soul - Back to life (acapella)
024. Gandmaster Flash - The message
025. Human League - Human
026. Real Thing - You to me are everything
027. Loose Ends - Nights of pleasure
028. SOS Band - Just be good to me (acapella)
029. Patrice Rushen - Feel so real
030. B.V.S.M.P. - I need you (sample)
031. Jenny Burton - Bad Habbits
032. Imagination - Just an illusion
033. George Benson - Lady love me (one more time)
034. Loose Ends - Hangin'on a string
035. Janet Jackson - Nasty (acapella)
036. Jocelyn Brown - Somebody else's guy
037. Wendy & Lisa - Are you my baby
038. SOS Band - Just the way you like it
039. Ashford & Simpson - Solid (acapella)
040. Nu Shooz - I can't wait
041. Full force - Alice I want you just for me (sample)
042. Prince - Alphabet Street (sample)
043. 52nd Street - Tell me (how it feels)
044. Mantronix - Got to have your love
045. Gwen Guthrie - Ain't nothing going on but the rent (acapella)
046. Alyson Williams - Sleeptalk 047. Dimples D - Sucker DJ (acapella)
048. Odyssey - Going back to my roots
049. Change - Change of heart
050. Cool Notes - spent the night
051. Run DMC - Walk this way
052. Pasadenas - Tribute (Right on)
053. Mark Antony - 1999 Main street (acapella)
054. Mac Band - Roses are read
055. Indeep - Last night a DJ saved my life
056. Jody Watley - Looking for a new love
057. Timex Social Club - Rumors
058. Orange "Juice" Jones - The rain
059. Aurra - You and me
060. René & Angela - I'll be good
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June 30, 2009 11:43 PM PDTIf you love 80's Hip Hop featuring Eric B & Rakim, Heavyd, Run DMC, Spoonie G, Marly Mal, MC Shan, T-la Rock, Jazzy J and more 80's rap from back in the day, check out TheCrateDigger's latest download mixtape. 80's Hip Hop and Classic Rap Music Episode #1 Back to the Old School Hip Hop days of the early 80's
November 26, 2006 06:33 PM PSTDid you carry a boom box? Were you the "Radio Raheem" of your neighborhood? check out the show featuring the music of Hip hop back in the early 80's. Edited by DJ Travis Gales of TheCrateDigger.com Grand Wizard Theodore
The Fantastic 5 MC
Grand Master Flash and the Furious Five Live
Afrika Bambaataa and the Soulsonic Force
Public Enemy Interview with Chuck D
July 22, 2006 05:38 AM PDTPublic Enemy Mega Mix
Interview with Def jam recording artist Chuck D of the group Public Enemy.
In Memory of Legendary 80's Hip Hop Rap Aritst RIP Heavy D.
November 18, 2011 08:01 PM PSTFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Heavy DDwight Arrington Myers
May 24, 1967- November 8, 2011 (aged 44)
Dwight Arrington Myers(May 24, 1967 – November 8, 2011, better known as Heavy D, was a Jamaican-born American actor, rapper, record producer, singer and former leader of Heavy D & the Boyz, a hip hop group which included G-Whiz (Glen Parrish), "Trouble" T. Roy (Troy Dixon), and Eddie F (born Edward Ferrell). The group maintained a sizable audience in the United States through most of the 1990s. The five albums the group released were produced by Teddy Riley, Marley Marl, his cousin Pete Rock and Eddie F.
Myers was born on May 24, 1967 in Mandeville, Jamaica, the son of Eulahlee Lee, a nurse, and Clifford Vincent Myers, a machine technician. His family moved to Mount Vernon, New York, in the early 1970s, where he was raised.
Heavy D & the Boyz were the first group signed to Uptown Records; their debut, Living Large, was released in 1987. The album was a commercial success, though Big Tyme was a breakthrough that included four hits. Trouble T. Roy died at age 22 in a fall on July 15, 1990, in Indianapolis. Dixon's death led to a tribute on the follow-up platinum album, Peaceful Journey. Pete Rock & CL Smooth created a tribute to Trouble T. Roy called "They Reminisce Over You (T.R.O.Y.)" which is regarded as a hip-hop classic.
Heavy D & the Boyz gained even more fame by singing the theme song for the television program In Living Color and also MADtv, and Heavy D performed the rap on Michael Jackson's hit single "Jam" as well as sister Janet Jackson's hit single "Alright". Heavy D then began focusing on his acting, appearing in various television shows before returning the music charts with Nuttin' But Love. After appearing in the off-Broadway play Riff Raff at Circle Repertory Company, Heavy D returned to recording with the hit Waterbed Hev. In 1997, Heavy D collaborated with B.B. King on his duets album Deuces Wild rapping in the song "Keep It Coming." Heavy D was referred to in the song "Juicy" by the Notorious B.I.G., and appeared in his music video for "One More Chance".
In the mid-1990s, Myers became the first rapper to head a major music label, when he became the president of Uptown Records. Myers helped to develop rhythm-and-blues singer Mary J. Blige's career and hired Sean “Diddy” Combs as an intern. He later became the senior vice president at Universal Music.
Heavy D performed at the 2011 BET Hip Hop Awards in October 2011. It was his first live performance in 15 years. Myers died on November 8, 2011, in Los Angeles, California, at the age of 44. He collapsed outside his Beverly Hills home and was taken to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. It has been reported that his death was due to respiratory distress and that no foul play was involved.
Podcast SummaryIf you love Old School classic Hip Hop and R&B songs or Old School soul music from the 70' & 80's. DJ Trav Gales has all of your favorite urban classics.
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A true professional... DJ Travis Gales have a vass collection of all types of music styles and taste from R&B, classic hip hop, Top 40, Electro, House and more.
A legend in Raleigh - Durham N.C. area, this DJ has done it all! Radio, Night Clubs, Lounges, Mobile events, Festivals, Concerts Showcases and more.
"When DJ, I specialize in Old School R&B, Classic Hip Hop, Electro, Chill and Smooth Jazz. And...I have a great collection of line dance song which is always a crowd favorite for all ages and ethnic groups. I don’t mind playing your requests, and I would love to talk with you to customize the playlist before I do your event".
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Old School Classic Hip Hop and R&B Mix Tape Artist TheCrateDigger DJ Trav Gales. I've been a professional DJ for over 25 years. If you are having a private party, reunion or corporate event call me to DJ. TheCrateDigger.com podcast is a sample of the type of party i can do for you private event. If you are a fan of old school R&B and back in the day classic Hip Hip then download this mix. It's just for you! If you have comments, feedback or just want to say what's up, feel free to send me a message! The first thing to do is to invite your friends, then when they invite their friends. We will be all be connected! tweet me @TheCrateDigger.com
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