'90s rap fans, don't change that dial. Here's a highly addictive smörgåsbord of channel surfing sure to keep your orbs glued to the screen.
From the deep archives of cratesofjr comes this totally random slew of TV clips featuring some of your favorite rap figures, from local basic cable programming like the Make It Or Break It show to MTV clips. Interviews with the Beatnuts , Jeru and Onyx , an Erick Sermon album ad, and some Brand Nubian freestyles, are just some of the gems all cut together for your rap enjoyment. The footage ends with a must-see segment from the Ghettonomics public access program with a barefoot-in-the-streets ODB plugging his The Black Man is God album (eventually titled Nigga Please ), explaining the difference between white devils vs. black devils, and giving some eye-opening advice to the children: "To all my little bastards out there, my bad bastards, keep being bad. Just make sure you get a good education [in] school. You ain't got to tell your teacher off. Tell that teacher off with education."
(Props to cratesofjr. Big up to UpNorthTrips )