Living in the Past?

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Last year WorldStar posted the “Roundtable Cypher” from Shades of Hip Hop #10: The Cypher which featued Mos Def, DMX, John Forte, Mic Gernimo, Big Pun and Canibus spitting 2nd Round K.O. for the very first time anywhere in public. This footage was shot on December 18, 1997, and still remains to be one of the most legendary rhyme cyphers ever recorded. But you don’t have to take my word for it, just because I was the one who shot it and put it out. The comments below speak for themselves…

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Animalkall • – woooooo! real hip hop youngins! pay attention

RenSalute YEEEEEEEAAAAH BABBBBYYYYYYY got that

M.FADED this was the sh*t

bgoode • Salute!

Willem bonnie • I forget Forte had flow.

DMV Takes no L’S • I keep coming back to this video

Huey • I don’t give a fuk Big Pun was one of the best spittas period. Rip #Punisher

Ballsdeepinhoes • Damn I miss when niggas was spittin! That was a legendary cypher!!!!!!

DeSToN_622 • Pay attention New school kids.. The reason you are bobbing your head up and down and you don’t hear a track is because these niggas GOT SKILLS not that new shit on the radio…..

magicone • This is REAL hip hop. Lyricists and poets. Not this cornball shit on the radio.

Tupac Shakur • BACK WHEN RAPPERS ACTUALLY THOUGHT ABOUT WHAT THEY WERE SAYING…

The Don Dadda • S/o to New York for holding this ‘W……in the 90’s

Blac Panther • This when NY was takin W’s

Now NY is nothin but a big azz

NY
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NYNYNYNY!

Hafiz_Music • realist cypher I seen in a min….this is hip hop…not this WWE shit we got now…..

POPCULT • Everyone at the table takes pride in having their own unique style. I wish more people had the courage to be themselves when expressing.

Rawveira26 . • This was when hip hop was real

GuyYUNG16 hours ago so classic R.I.P BIG PUN met big pun in the tunnel night club n.y.c coolest dude i met…………………………….LL cool j had to black ball cannibus that was john forte wow he came home, and oh yea back then there wasnt that much homo rappers and homo niggas like there is now so when a nigga said eat a nigga ass in his ryhmes people under stood what he meant now with all yall homos, you gotta be careful what you say all you young niggas is selling ass for a record deal and a brand new pair of jordan’s and some money back then niggas robbed and extorted rappers and executive’s for record deals and money and royalty’s you young niggaz is pussy
GUNZ and BUTTER BABE lol……………….and everybody blood now

Liland’ra18 hours ago What a talented table indeed.

CirocSteve18 hours ago Most of you WSHH viewers aren’t old enough to remember this. Y’all are crack babies who were raised by single mother hood rats.

III.AM.GODD South niggas is confused right now hahaha they trying to figure out a way to dance to this video hahahah

DMV Takes no L’S KurtNiceHHL tell Q to post this instead unsigned artist garbage

ProvCity • This was when you actually had to pay dues…not just Youtube and dance song your way into the Game

Miamidreadboi • I still fucks wit dat 90s New York shit..never gets old

GreenBergs • watching this shit makes a nigga tear up, on the real…no one understands how classic this is

Steve Powers • these guys got skills its safe to say New York Takes a Win on this one

onlydopeshit • hit em with a thousand pounds of pressure per slap, make his whole body jerk back, watch the earth crack, hand em his purse back.

rip hiphop • This is the hip hop I used to love

Bruce Blade • We Need To See More Of This Shit In Today’s Time.

AK_Pochino™ • Shoutout to Big Pun…he def killed it…he made me wanna take a breath tho damn…Nonstop content!

Kurt Nice

Kurt Nice aka Kurtiss Jackson is a behind the scenes pioneer in the Hip Hop Kulture, creating the first nationally distributed video mix tape series, Shades of Hip Hop, in the late 1990s. Since touring the country with the Stop the Violence Movement and the Temple of Hip Hop as KRS-ONE’s National Marketing Director, Kurt Nice has been a constant commentator on conscious Hip Hop and its relevance to the new rap music of today, through radio and cable appearances. contact Kurt at info@hiphoplives.net

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