1. SEE, HEAR: The Pharcyde Perform “The Rubbers Song” Live (1994).

    Socially-conscious rap done with a Pharcyde twist is the focus of this performance of the safe-sex tune, “The Rubbers Song.” Taken from the Stolen Moments: Red Hot + Cool compilation album, the track was one of many contributed to the Red Hot Organization’s project to raise awareness about the spread of HIV/AIDS, particularly within the Black community. Filmed at the Supper Club in NYC back in 1994, this footage of the L.A. group backed by a live band (and minus Fat Lip) is taken from a documentary that was made in conjunction with the LP about the disease’s effect on minorities that aired on PBS. Peep when Romeye falls to the floor and continues to spit. Good ish.


    (Props to AfricansArise for the upload)

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