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A MOUTHFUL OF PENNIES PRESENTS: The Two Cent Spit: (Vol. I) Nah-Ah-Meen & (Vol. 2) Nah-Ahm-Shayun

Hello all. Lately I can’t seem to peel myself away from some other projects I’ve got going so I’ve got to hold off a little longer on posting up part 2 to my mix, EL AMBIENTE BIEN BABES Y BEAN DE URUGUAY. But, I’ll be posting some other MixTapes for you to bump through this fading summer, and I’ve got something here for you right now.

Today, real Hip Hop is over here at A Mouthful of Pennies! If you’re having a friendly cook-out this Labor Day weekend you can listen to the same ol’ feel-good-hit-of-the-summer or some one-tone nonsense rap rolling out your radio every twelve minutes, or you can listen to something other spit from A Mouthful of Pennies! Processed and sequenced for your consumption–my very own hip hop bootlegs–the two-volume set: The Two Cent Spit: (Vol. I) Nah-Ah-Meen & (Vol. 2) Nah-Ahm-Shayun

—Enjoy yourself!


The Two Cent Spit: (Vol. I) Nah-Ah-Meen ——————(CLICK TO LISTEN & DOWNLOAD)—

If you download it, the playlist is listed under the “Lyrics” tab.

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The Two Cent Spit: (Vol. 2) Nah-Ahm-Shayun —————(CLICK TO LISTEN & DOWNLOAD)—

If you download it, the playlist is listed under the “Lyrics” tab.

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The Two Cent Spit:

(Vol. I ) Nah-Ah-Meen

by A Mouthful Of Pennies (Bobby Calero)

Bootleg cover art by A Mouthful Of Pennies (Bobby Calero)

1)   Assasination Day [beat] –RZA

2)   Work – Gang Starr

3)   “This is a jorney into sound…”

4)   Despicable (Freestyle) – Eminem

5)   Big Beat/Wallys & Pringles – Raekwon

6)   Guns Blazing – UNKLE, feat. Kool G Rap

7)   Got My Mind Made Up – 2Pac, feat. Dat Nigga Daz, Kurupt, Redman, & Method Man

8)   Intoxicated – Ol’ Dirty Bastard, feat. Raekwon, Method Man, & Macy Gray

9)   Deadly Combination (March 9 Remix) – The Notorious B.I.G., Feat. 2Pac & Big L (J.Period & G. Brown remix)

10) Superlyrical  – The Roots, feat. Big Pun (J.Period remix)

11) Give Up the Goods – Q-Tip f. Nas & Mobb Deep (J.Period Remix)

12) Gangsta B*tch – Apache & Q-Tip (J.Period Remix)

13) N.Y. State Of Mind part 1&2 – Nas(A Mouthful of Pennies Manson remix)

14) Whar – RZA, feat. Ghostface Killah, Kool G Rap, & Tash Mahogany

15) Welcome To Jamrock – Damian Marley (Rob Dinero Remix Feat. The Notorious B.I.G.)

16) Welcome 2 My Block – Damian Marley, feat. 2Pac, Nas, & Scarface (Clinton Sparks remix)

17) Spit Yo Game (March 9 Remix) – The Notorious B.I.G., feat. Twista (J.Period & G. Brown remix)

18)  May 23rd Freestyle – Eminem

19) Wildflower [beat] – RZA

20) Channel Zero – Lost Boyz

21) Life Could Killer Bee – Rotary Connection/RZA (A Mouthful of Pennies remix)



The Two Cent Spit:   

(Vol. II) Nah-Ahm-Shayun

by A Mouthful Of Pennies (Bobby Calero)

Bootleg cover art by A Mouthful Of Pennies (Bobby Calero)

1) “This is a jorney into sound…”

2) Make Some Noise – Beastie Boys

3) Platinum Plus – Big L & Big Daddy Kane (J. Perdiod remix)

4) Across The Sea Piano Noodles [snippet] – Weezer

5) On My Block – 2Pac, feat. Scarface (DJ Vlad remix)

6) Lift Ya Skirt – Ol’ Dirty Bastard, feat. Missy Elliot

7) Turn My Teeth Up! – Baby Elephant (Bernie Worrell, Prince Paul, Don Newkirk)

8) Samurai Showdown [beat] – RZA

9) Alicia Keys Interlude – Alicia Keys (DJ Vlad remix)

10) What’s Beef (March 9 Remix) – The Notorious B.I.G., feat. Mos Def (J.Period & G. Brown remix)

11) Higher Level – KRS-One

12) Chops And Thangs – Beat Conductor

13) B.I.G. Freestyle/Kane Freestyle – The Notorious B.I.G/Big Daddy Kane (J.Period remix)

14) 2Pac Freestyle – 2Pac

15) Know The Ledge – Eric B. & Rakim

16) Scared Money – Saul Williams

17) Rock Star/Malcolm X/Roots Of A Tree/Come Together – The Roots, feat. Zion I (J.Period remix)

18) Wanna Get – Cam’ron

19) Next Time – Gang Starr

20) Same Song – Digital Underground

21) Audience Pleasers – Organized Konfusion

22) Bump ‘n’ Grind – Beck

23) I’d Rather Fuck You – Eazy-E

24) Banister Fight – RZA

25) New York Is Killing Me – Gil Scott-Heron, feat. Nas & Mos Def (A Mouthful of Pennies remix)

———– —– ——– – – – – -roll call roster— — —— – – –


Gang Starr





Kool G Rap





Method Man

Ol’ Dirty Bastard

Macy Gray

The Notorious B.I.G.

Big L

J. Period

The Roots

Big Pun



Mobb Deep


Ghostface Killah

Tash Mahogany

Damian Marley



Lost Boyz

Beastie Boys

Big Daddy Kane

DJ Vlad

Missy Elliott

Prince Paul

Bernie Worrell

Don Newkirk

Alicia Keys

Mos Def

G. Brown



Eric B. & Rakim

Saul Williams

Zion I


Digital Underground

Organized Konfusion


Eazy E

Gil Scott-Heron

———————————BOBBY CALERO—————————


When EPMD dropped “Its My Thing”

I said damn I gotta get up in this rap game  —“Da Da DaHHH” by Redman

            This past Friday I had the great privilege of catching the legendary Hit Squad reunion show at the Best Buy Theater right off Time Square. The Hit Squad being one of the premier hip hop crews back in the early ’90s. Although I had gone to the concert to see the Funk DoctaSpock, Reggie Noble, it quickly became apparent that the audience and I were in for a real all-night treat of such prominent Hit Squad associated acts as the solid K-Solo (aka Wolfgang Murder Mouth), the frenetic Das EFX, the animated spitfire Keith Murray, and a reunited Erick Sermon and Parrish Smith—better known as the extraordinary EPMD.

The entire night was seamlessly propelled forward by the incredibly skilled DJ Scratch, and the format was amazing: The acts continuously rotating, overlapping, and serving as each other’s hypeman. Perhaps the most enthusiastic hypeman that evening was surprise guest Method Man, who popped on stage to accompany Redman on their hit “Da Rockwilder” off of their 1999 collaborative album Blackout!. Once the song was over, Meth made his way to the wings where he urged the crowd to cheer on the momentous occasion happening on stage.

The best moment of the night had to be the show-closing performance of EPMD’s 1992 single “Head Banger” off their fourth album, Business Never Personal. Reminiscent to a classic Yo! MTV Raps episode, this performance brought about roughly twenty heads out on stage, all together in a show of true camaraderie that perfectly encapsulated the sentiments of the entire evening.

I could go on for days about each performer—each bringing their all to the stage—but for me personally it was truly amazing to see the always charismatic Redman live on the mic…what can I say? The guy just lights up the room with that mischievous grin of his.

You can watch a bunch more videos from this show over at RapRadar

And click below so you can listen to just one small reason why Redman will always remain one of my favorite rappers of all time, as he does more with a minute-and-fifty-six seconds than most could accomplish on a full-length LP.

Redman live at Best Buy Theater, NYC (2012, Feb 24). Photo courtesy of The Great Zeee


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Like it? Buy it.

——————————————————————————–BOBBY CALERO


EPMD, K-Solo, & Redman (2012) (Creators). Toneriggz (Poster) (2012, Feb 24). EPMD, K-Solo & Redman- Head Banger @ Best Buy Theater, NYC [Video] Retrieved from

Method Man & Redman (2012) (Creators). Toneriggz (Poster) (2012, Feb 24). Method Man & Redman- Da Rockwilder @ Best Buy Theater, NYC [Video] Retrieved from

Noble, R., Sermon, E., Clinton Jr., G., Curry, T. (2001). Diggy Doc [recorded by Redman] On Malpractice [CD] Def Jam. (2001)

Redman (2012) (Creator). Dimar672 (Poster) (2012, Feb 26). Redman- I’ll Bee Dat & Da Goodness [Video] Retrieved from