There’s no doubt that Spotify’s a dope service but the streaming giant is not above having pot holes in it’s digital lawn. Case in point, due to legal issues, most of De La Soul’s entire catalog isn’t available for streaming. The same thing applies to a significant amount of “lost” B-sides, white label joints and remixes that accounted for a good chunk of the 90s soundtrack. Enter my new bi-weekly mixtape series, You Can’t Stream This On Spotify. The series main focus will be on those forgotten vinyl treasures with some unreleased gems thrown in for good measure right from my vault – either in vinyl converted to mp3 320kbps or songs ripped in CDQ quality. As you bump Vol. 1 just keep in mind that no horrible sounding youtube rips will be allowed on this series b, as your ears deserve to hear these tracks in pristine quality. Continue reading
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Here’s two ill remixes of Redman’s “Can’t Wait” that was put out on white label. Aside from being on a few DJ mixtapes back in the 90s, these went largely unheard by the public. One remix features Erick Sermon on the hook and jacks the sample from the Mary Jane Girl’s “All Night Long.” Both remixes are dope and I often go back and forth about which one I like better. I believe the Green Eyed Bandit produced both versions. Picked this vinyl up from the legendary Beat Street records in Brooklyn.
Redman “Can’t Wait” (remix #1) LINK
Redman ft Erick Sermon “Can’t Wait” (remix #2) LINK