No stranger to the show, O.C. from N.C. returns to talk about his new album, the use of the n-word in rap, his writing process, and all things hip-hop.

And of course, DJ Chase March drops some great new jams and old school gems. We then close off this edition of Word is Bond Rap Radio with a great mash-up mixset

It’s hard to believe that two iconic records were released this week in hip-hop, twenty-five years ago. What better way to celebrate than to mash-up both projects. A Clan Called Wu – Enter the Marauders takes Wu-Tang Clan rhymes and throws them on A Tribe Called Quest Beats with a cohesion that it just simply brilliant. DJ Filthy Rich created some magic here and it was nice of him to allow we to share it with all of you.

Press play and enjoy the show!

MikeAll – Just for the Record (Stylus Remix)
Plains of Fascination – Mindneld
Undetectable Bomber – Beatdown
Coops – If I Die
Lee Reed – Kontrol
Masta Ace & Marco Polo ft Styles P – Man Law
Exit OnlyToon Time
Distrikt Apolo ft Ethiks – Flatline
O.C. from N.C. ft Maestra – Lost
O.C. from N.C. – Song Cry
O.C. from N.C. – The Prophet
More or Les – 22 Pages
3rd Bass – Microphone Techniques
Dusty Strangers – Top Floor Pentin’
TempoMental – Outer Mind
Boog Brown – Shotgun
Positive K – Ain’t No Crime (DR Period Remix)
L.A. Symphony – My Lady
DJ Filthy Rich – A Clan Called Wu: Enter the Marauders (mini-mixset)

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