​​​​DJ Enyoutee Presents Planet Asia & Milano Constantine - Don’t Become a Victim (feat. Jay Royale)

Empuls​ - ​HelpUsHelpYou EP

The Empuls​-​"HelpUsHelpYou” EP Features guest appearances by Main Flow of MOOD, Gillateen Gilly, Craig G of the Legendary Juice Crew, Earleybird, Kev Adventures and BeWill.

The tracks that stand out are It All Started Here, Grip the Heart, Pursue the Flood, Freshaire & Fazzzedout.

The other notable track is Why Not Have It?

You can hear tracks from The HelpUsHelpYou EP right here at www.allthewaylivehiphop.com


Ruste Juxx & Trillmatic - The Most Dominant

Tune in all day to The Ronsha Mix-Boom Bap Only with G-Zon & Ronsha

Mondays- The Foundation with JayQuan

Tuesday- Boom Bap Only - G-Zon & Ronsha

Wednesday - HOP2THIS - DJ GrazzHoppa / Keep It Movin - DJ Droppa

Thursday - Pots & Pans - Snafu 76 aka G Spot

Friday - Faithful Fridays - Nat & Faith Walker

Saturday- The Administrator Presents - Righteous Allah

Sunday - Welcome to the Shot Club Podcast


KRS-ONE – Street Light [First Edition]

KRS-One rose to prominence as part of the Hip Hop music group Boogie Down Productions, which he formed with DJ Scott La Rock in the mid-1980s. KRS-One is best known for his top hits, "Sound of da Police", "Love's gonna get'cha (material love)", "My Philosophy" and "Step into a World (Rapture's Delight). Boogie Down Productions received numerous awards and critical acclaim in their early years. Following the release of the group's debut album, Criminal Minded, Scott La Rock was shot and killed, but KRS-One continued the group, effectively as a solo project. He began releasing records under his own name in 1993. He is politically active, having started the Stop the Violence Movement after La Rock's death. He also is a vegan activist, seen by songs such as "Beef". He is considered as an influence to many artists today.

The Tracks that stand out are Mic Check, Ride, That Bo Bo, Forever Hip Hop, Re-Mind Yourself, Miracle, God & Street Light

Other notable tracks are Open Your Mind & Invader (2019 VERSION)

You can hear tracks from The Street Light [First Edition] release right here at www.allthewaylivehiphop.com

Welcome to the Shot Club every Sunday all day on www.allthewaylivehiphop.com


​​​​Fokis, Oh No - Practice Patience

Skinny Bonez Tha Godfatha - As Above So Below

Dutch producer Skinny Bonez Tha Godfatha is back with an international producers’ album 'As Above So Below', which is a Hermetic phrase.

For Skinny Bonez Tha Godfatha it represents the connection between the mind and the universe.

The tracks that stand out are Honesty, Bad Habits, Make The Sun Shine, Pray For Em’ Sledgehammer, Farewell, Hold It Close.

Other notable tracks are Special Agents, Center Of The Flames, Elephant Gun

You can hear tracks from The As Above So Below album right here at www.allthewaylivehiphop.com


​​​​Rich Rhymer - NY Minute feat. Dave East

Fokis & Oh No - This Thing Called Life

Gangrene co-founder, producer/MC Oh No has teamed up with Lower East Side, NYC MC/Producer Fokis for a collaborative project titled, This Thing Called Life. Produced entirely by Oh No, This Thing Called Life is “An Introspective Look at Life of a Child Born and Raised in the ghetto, determined to make it out.” says Fokis.

The tracks that stand out are No Breaks, Problems & Stress, Thoughts, Leap Of Faith, I Believe & This Thing Called Life.

Other notable tracks are Get Down, Practice Patience & Life is Good.

You can hear tracks from The This Thing Called Life album right here at www.allthewaylivehiphop.com

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Spoda feat Q Morrocco & Mperial - RNS

12 songs in total with a running time of just over 34 minutes, Jake & The Juxxman takes a “no fller” approach, trimming the fat & getting straight to the point of barbarian bars & compelling instrumentals, delivering concepts with a message while still providing a head-nodding experience. Guest appearances are kept to a minimum, with the legendary Waterproof Emcee Ras Kass providing eye-opening perspective on the album-closer “Wake Up”, while rising Brooklyn wordsmith & underground veteran Skanks The Rap Martyr (Bankai Fam / Shinigame Records) pops in with ferocious wordplay on “Full Speed Ahead.”

2018 was a huge year for Ruste. He also teamed up with Raticus for the King Of Crime Heights. Continuing from the success of his last project with Vast Aire (The Heir Vast) Raticus was back at it again... Enlisting the skills of Crown Heights own Ruste Juxx to provide the voice and street perspective of the King of Crime Heights (KOCH). Ruste speaks his truth over the Boombap Theme music provided by Raticus. Brooklyn combining forces to put together 20 Original songs representing the classic Brooklyn sound. With guest appearances from Kil Ripkin, Guilty Simpson, Planet Asia, Skyzoo, Dro Pesci and QueensBridge's own Blaq Poet the presence of Hip Hop is undeniable.

October 25th, 2019 Juxx teamed up with Tone Spliff for the release of the brand-new album Magma.

Ruste Juxx also stays very busy by featuring on songs produced by other artists and producers. He is also constantly touring across the world performing anywhere from Europe to Asia, and any place where they love real Hip Hop.


​​​​Gang Starr - Bad Name


Dave East – Survival

The Survival album was released on November 8, 2019, by Def Jam Recordings, Mass Appeal Records, and From the Dirt. The album features guest appearances from Teyana Taylor, Rick Ross, Nas, The-Dream, Fabolous, Gunna, Jacquees, Lil Baby, and Ty Dolla Sign, among others.[2] It was supported by one single: "Alone" featuring Jacquees.

The tracks that stand out are They Wanna Kill You, Penthouse, Godfather 4, On My Way 2 School, Mama I Made It, Me & Mines, Daddy Knows, What You Mad At & The Marathon Continues (Nipsey Tribute).

Other notable tracks are Need A Sign, OG, What's Goin On & Devil Eyes.

You can hear tracks from The Survival album right here at www.allthewaylivehiphop.com


Ruste Juxx & Tone Spliff – Magma

"Magma" is a collaborative project from Boot Camp Clik's Ruste Juxx and Tone Spliff.

Juxx & Tone called upon the bar-barians; Big Twins (Infamous Mobb), King Magnetic (AOTP), Ill Conscious, U.G. (Cella Dwellas), Recognize Ali & Ren Thomas for the album's guest appearances.

The tracks that stand out are 24k, Take Precaution, For Every Shell, Let The Steel Go, How Itz Done & Style.

Other notable tracks are Magma & Sucka Free

You can hear tracks from the Magma release right here at www.allthewaylivehiphop.com


Spoda – Full Court Press

Spoda and Wavy Da Ghawd team up to make the “Full Court Press” project. This long-awaited project is sure to be an ear pleaser to the public!!!

The tracks that stand out are Tip-Off, I’m Here, Talk, Pissy Staircase, Fast Break, Overcoming The Odds, Halftime, Alright Ok, Almost Fell In Love, Full Court Press & Pops.

Other notable tracks are Spooky, Main Event & Ahh Shit.

You can hear tracks from The Full Court Press album right here at www.allthewaylivehiphop.com


Dan-e-o - Vertebrae

DJ Enyoutee Presents - The Planet Asia & Milano Constantine EP

Living rap legends Planet Asia and Milano Constantine team up for six hard-hitting, lyrically-charged tracks for their collaborative EP helmed by New York’s DJ Enyoutee. And as the deejay tells it, getting these two together not only felt right but completely necessary. “Planet Asia and Milano respect each other as artists, so when I reached out, they were both down to make it happen without hesitation,” Enyoutee explains. “We all felt it was something that needed to be done.”

The tracks that stand out are Pharaohs, Antiques & Oil Paintings, Don't Become A Victim,              

No Competition & The Code.

The other notable track from this release is Milano Medallions

You can hear tracks from The Planet Asia & Milano Constantine EP right here at www.allthewaylivehiphop.com

Hailing from Crown Heights, Brooklyn (Bucktown USA), Ruste Juxx first appeared on guest appearances for Heltah Skeltah’s Magnum Force (1998). Kicking two verses on the album, Ruste Juxx created an instant buzz in the underground Hip Hop scene.

A battle rapper by nature, Juxx’s bars mix hard flows with clear lyrics. His delivery is assertive on every track he spits on, and he has a consistency record that is unmatched.

He released his debut album, Indestructible, in 2008 via Duck Down. It was executive produced by Sean Price, and producers included Marco Polo and Black Milk. He subsequently collaborated with Marco Polo on the 2010 album The Exxecution.

Ruste Juxx teamed up with French producer Kyo Itachi from Shinigamie Records in 2012. Together they produced the album “Hardbodie Hip Hop” featuring the single “F**k Ruste Juxx”.

In 2013, Juxx started his own record label, Blaze My Fire. Along with VS The Best, he released the album “Ready to Juxx” in conjunction with Soulspazm.

His 8th studio album, “Meteorite” was his second body of work with France’s Kyo Itachi and was also released on Shinigamie Records in 2016.

International Juxx is project by Ruste Juxx released in the fall of 2017 and it features fans, or Juxxaholics, from across the Earth rapping alongside of him. We can hear several languages on the album, including Arab, Spanish, Deutsch and more.

In 2018 Ruste Juxx & Jake Palumbo teamed up for “Jake & The Juxxman LP. Numbering