1. Anonymous said: I have spent hours online searching for the mp3 of "Marc DeCoca feat. MacBoney, Don P, Rasheeda, Big Floaty, Fats, Backbone & Big Kuntry – J’s At My Door (remix)" and Marc DeCoca & 4 Ize's original version of Dope Boy Dime. Pleeeease help me find these for download!

    for the J’s at my door just go get Southern Smoke 20, it’s still on datpiff. As for Dope Boy Dime I just know the one with Killer Mike on it. Is there a version without them? I don’t remember.

     


  2. Anonymous said: The ending to Episode 70 was the best yet. It just cut off! Fuck a sign off.

    yeah we’re trying to be more direct and throw in the raps, or at least that’s what we say we’re trying to do.

     


  3. Anonymous said: About Epidose 70, how has Soft Money never heard the term "gaffled" until Matthew Africa told him? It's not just a bay thing, "One Time Gaffled Em Up" by CMW was a nationwide song. Come on, Soft Money.

    oh man you’re really upset about this, you asked twice. I’m not really surprised by the things Soft Money is not aware of anymore there have been enough that’s it’s like ok I guess not. I guess I realized it when discussing older raps or that whole underground scene of the late 90’s that he was probably too young to pay attention too. Not that this excuses his ignorance of shit most know but that’s some soft money ass shit that when it happens you just chalk it up to some soft money ass shit.

    -Serg

     


  4. Stay Hatin - Episode 71
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    Episode 71

    Another all cassette podcast for you to bump. This week the elaborate Stay Hatin mafia is joined by DJ B.Cause who came through with some bay area rap gems. Soft Money aka Mr. What’s Gafflin learns about Montgomery Ward. The closest one to Soft Money’s hometown that the internet could tell us about was in Kansas City but there had to be one in St Louis, they were everywhere. Everyone is confused by the cover to APG’s See The Light album but kind of in awe at the brilliant trainwreck that is the Criminal Elament cover. If anyone can tell us why there is a horse on the cover please let us know and you will get an amazing prize.

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    Tracklisting:

    1. Def IV - Our Own Style
    2. Low Profile - Aladdin’s On A Rampage
    3. Raheem - Fifth Ward
    4. APG - Hittin Time
    5. Hypnotic (Kemetic Suns) - Alafia
    6. Kaos & Mystro - Slaves of Society
    7. Criminal Elament - Hit’em Where It Hurt
    8. D’Love - Cold Cash Money
    9. M.C. Breed & DFC - Ain’t No Future In Yo’ Frontin’
    10. Wu-Tang Clan - Wu-Tang Clan Ain’t Nuthing Ta F’ Wit
    11. 1/2 Uh G - Strapped
    12. Toine 800 and MC Irie - Straight To The Point
    13. Parts Unknown - Aud. 2 - Trade Mark
    14. Brothers 4 The Struggle - KracKKa Season
    15. 9 Lives Klick - Livin By The Trigga
    16. Young Mack-T - Anotha Friday
     


  5. Stay Hatin - Stay Hatin - Episode 70
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    Episode 70

    Stay Hatin brings you another all cassettes podcast of raps. This week rapper Luke Sick shows up to play summer jam 91 recordings, EPA’s finest raps, turntablism and all other kinds of random bay area raps that may or may not include Casual on them. Noz also shows up to drop a few tapes and talk about raps. It’s a pretty long episode with some talky bits but you guys know the deal, Serg goes off on one to many porn magazine tangents as he is wont to do. Now for links from the show: Eddie Def’s soundcloud Luke’s Megakut Records and his Let’s Side zine. I tried editing the sound a bit but the highs got some warble going on from this old ass panasonic walkman we used for this episode so be warned. Also we might be doing rap tape shows all summer since access to the studio is limited this summer and scheduling off hours is hard. But we’ll probably also mix that up with new raps because there are a lot of them. I don’t have a tracklisting yet because our intern still hasn’t typed it up, might be time to fire him.

    Oh and the picture above is from a text I got from my brother during the podcast. It was halloween and my mom made me a pirate costume. That’s Reveille V the Texas A&M mascot, not my dog.

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  6. Anonymous said: No talk about Soft Money's wedding? Was the first dance to Chief Keef? What did Serg get as a present? Can you share his wedding Pinterest board? So many unanswered questions.

    I gave him a shrink wrapped bootleg Yeezus tape and Clams Casino was played during the ceremony. No pinterest action tho.

    -Serg

     


  7. Anonymous said: Yo, seriously, how the fuck do keep track of the differences between what's bop, jerk, ratchet, drill, juke, etc? Or hyphy, krunk, thizzle, or whatever for that matter? Is it just regional differences? Reminds me of the whole grind, powerviolence, thrash, speed metal, crust, bullshit in punk/HC/metal. I seriously can't tell anymore. Why does everything have to be sub-genre'd to death? Is there an article or some shit that you can point me to that breaks all this shit down? Address on next show?

    Yeah I think the biggest thing is that it’s regional sounds and less about the genre tags metal gets. It’s like dances, it’s an organic thing that comes out of some group of kids doing what they do. It’s actually probably one of my favorite things about rap, that a group of kids in some shitty high school can create their own scene, sound, and style and it might just take off and impact the rap world. Many times they don’t or the kids that did it don’t get credit but sometimes we win.

    Next show is gonna be another tape episode so it might come up.

    -Serg

     


  8. Anonymous said: I always listen to the podcast, but I have a suggestion. You need to lower the background music levels sometimes. On episode 69, during the segment where you were telling the Monica story, I could barely hear either of you at times, the vocals were low and the music was loud. But other than that, keep up the good work.

    Word yeah on that last one the vocals were lower than usual, thought I had the instrumentals lower but yeah I probably should have listened to it before posting it. Thanks for letting us know though, I’ll try to get a better handle on it next time.

    -Serg

     


  9. Stay Hatin - Stay Hatin Podcast 69
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    Episode 69

    Stay Hatin is back with a pocket full of raps for your ass. Soft Money and Serg get together in Serg’s kitchen once again to listen to rap songs, discuss lizard people, reality, being martyrs for rap fans because it’s a struggling digging through all the crap sometimes, strategies for appropriately placing asterisks in the word N***A on a Monica CD, and other critical topics affecting the youth of today. Above the video for the Shmoney Dance that Serg hasn’t seen and here is the link to the Sean Price Seanwuar video that you should watch because it’s fucking hilarious. Serg still didn’t get it right, in the video Monch is given mail to remind him that he was called the Human Mailbox because he beatboxed early on when he was much fatter.

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    Tracklist:

    1. A Wax - No Limit
    2. A Wax - Jetsons
    3. King Louie - Day [Prod. By Bobby Johnson]
    4. Bobby Shmurda - HOTT NIGGA
    5. Husalah - OMG ft Parnell & D-Lo
    6. Beatking - Clubgodzilla [Prod. By BeatKing]
    7. 7evenThirty - Hook Heavy (feat. Sean Price)
    8. Slim 400 ft Tee Flii - Kno where the party @
    9. AD - Without It f. Problem & Bad Lucc
    10. Problem - Get Naked (Prod by Yung JR)
    11. City Shawn - Bitches ft. D-Lo & Show Banga
    12. Lil Wayne - D’usse
    13. B.O.B. - Lambo (Feat. Kevin Gates & Jake Lambo) [Prod. By Ju Boy]
    14. Young Thug, ASAP Ferg & Freddie Gibbs - Old English (Prod. by Salva & Nick Hook)
    15. Future - Rock Star (By RogerCuriel) Ft Nicki Minaj
    16. Mouse On Tha Track & C-Loc - All The Way The Sickest [Prod. By Big B On The Track]
    17. Scotty ATL - Pray Alone (Feat. Killer Mike & Trouble)

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  10. Anonymous said: The title of that Martorialist tape is a reference to the California Dreams theme song. I'm sure I don't have to remind you of this, but California Dreams was the best Saved by the Bell clone from the early 90s. The first line of the theme is, "Surf dudes with attitude (kinda groovy), laid back mood." Peep the video here: Youtube[dotcom]/watch?v=_vrumo9Eddg

    best is a stretch, I remember watching it but yeah that shit was terrible. Not like save by the bell was known for it’s stellar writing either but yeah this is way worse than I remember it being. But yeah now the title makes a lot more sense, totally forgot about that show. Black dude was the original black guy from the power rangers role.

    -Serg

     


  11. Stay Hatin - Stay Hatin Podcast 68
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    Download Episode 68

    Stay Hatin is BACK! It’s been a while but we’re back with a new episode filled with plenty of raps, old and new. Serg starts things off with a block of STL Rap, Soft Money pairs it up with a set of ratchet jams. With so much rap it’s a little light on the convo but you don’t need long rants about sex tapes, tattoo archaeology, forgotten rap facts, who is the original riff raff? or why is Serg listening to chicago bop music. Anyways as usual the track list is below along with all the links. Download that shit, review it in iTunes, whatever just play some rap music man.

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    Tracklist:

    1. Chop Shop Cartel - GO HARD
    2. Da Bangaz - RUN UP
    3. Sylk Smoov - BITCH WIT A GOOD RAP ft AMG
    4. Da Hol’ 9 - Let Me Holla AtU
    5. Bobby Brackins - Big Body (Feat. Clyde Carson & Ty Dolla $ign) [Prod. By Nic Nac]
    6. Disko Boogie - All My Goon is On feat. Slim 400 & Killa Twan
    7. Ben J (New Boyz) - Save It For The Birds 
    8. RJ (Pushaz Ink) - Shoulda Coulda Feat. KayEss (prod By Dj Mustard)
    9. B.Smeezee - I’m A Check Feat. Ferrari Smash [Prod. By Tarentino of 808 Mafia]
    10. Lil Chris - Money Gone Be Here
    11. Cousin Fik - Think Fast (Feat. NHT Chippass)
    12. Chingo Bling - Pesos ft Dat Boi T & Kap G
    13. Snootie Wild - Yayo ft Yo Gotti
    14. T.I. - About The Money Ft. Young Thug
    15. Young Thug - Baby Ft. Trae Tha Truth
    16. Riff Raff - How To Be The Man (Houston Remix) ft. Slim Thug, Paul Wall
    17. Lil Boosie - She Want Some
    18. Project Pat - What You Said Ft. Young Scooter
    19. BODY COUNT - Talk Shit Get Shot

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  12. Anonymous said: What's the official Stay Hatin' word on Stitches? "Brick in yo Face" dude's got an AK-47 tat on his face--that's commitment.

    Jury is still out, that video is so ridiculously over the top that we still haven’t checked out his mixtape. It was like some WWF promo shit. Yeah dude seems crazy enough but I want to hear more of his music before making a judgement call. I guess I should just download dude’s tape but like the WWF it’s hard to seriously pay attention to the dudes or dude doing it.

     


  13. Anonymous said: do you guys like Action Bronson? i feel like you should, but based on the fact that you don't play his stuff, i'm guessing that you don't. is that accurate?

    We’ve played his stuff before but we don’t play it often. It’s not that he’s bad but a lot of times I find myself feeling like I’d rather just put on a ghostface record. The stuff he did with Party Supplies was cool, kind of goofy but fun. I don’t know about Soft Money but for me his songs aren’t that heavy in my rotation. He can rap but so can a lot of others so he kind of gets lost in that whole east coast scene of stuff. I still pay attention because I feel like that’s what you’re suppose to do but also because who knows he could drop some amazing shit at anytime but chances are Ghost will have a better song anyways.

    -Serg

     


  14. Anonymous said: Great tape episode. It wasn't as disorganized as you guys thought it was. Anytime I get to hear some Cougnut it's a good day. He was a beast.

    Word thanks, I really liked doing it and want to do more for sure. I like the idea of tape based episodes to change it up all the livemixtape digging

    -Serg

     


  15. Anonymous said: Why do people not like Alley Boy?

    He gets monotonous after a while. While I appreciate ridiculing fuckboys hearing him do the same song over and over gets tired. He can rap but he doesn’t always make the most exciting songs all the time. It got to the point he started losing his way and he was getting muddled in that whole street level trap rapper scene of dudes like Trouble, frenchie, whodakid, haitian fresh, ect. 

    -Serg