Monday, 26 March 2012

Jungle Brothers (Zulu Nation/Native Tongues) live Fri April 13th at The Bussey Building / CLF Art Cafe Peckham South London!

Jungle Brothers Zulu Nation/Native Tongues live  Fri April 13th at The Bussey Building / CLF Art Cafe Peckham South London!
 Fri April 13th An Exhibition of Sound continues with Chapter 3 / Hip Hop - Featuring the Mighty JUNGLE BROTHERS LIVE + a special DJ set from the one and only DJ SAMMY B. The JBS one of the most famous and celebrated Hip Hop groups of all time returning with a career-spanning set dropped loud, hard and fast at The Bussey Building / CLF Art Cafe. The original Native Tongue Head honchos [De La Soul and A Tribe called Quest], artists that can truly claim the title Legendary. Mike Gee, Afrika Baby Bam & Dj Sammy B performing Live as part of their "Straight Out The Jungle Spring Reunion Tour'
Special Guest DJs T.B.A. Tickets on sale now!
Tickets here
Advance tickets available from
Tickets also available on the door.

Special thanks to Transportine for the heads up!

The Jungle Brothers are members of the Universal Zulu Nation and founders of The Native Tongues movement that included De La Soul, A Tribe Called Quest, Black Sheep, and others. In this clip they explain the meaning behind their song "Black Is Black" and perform the title track off of the 1988 album "Straight Out The Jungle".
Mike G's uncle is Kool Dj Red Alert a foundation Bronx Block Party DJ and later member of KRS One's Boogie Down Productions crew.
The Jungle Brothers
Kool DJ Red Alert
Universal Zulu Nation

Firma Onrust TV special with Jungle Brothers and A Tribe Called Quest. Includes interviews and live footage from the Effenaar, Eindhoven show on 13-3-1990.

Very interesting Afrika Baby Bam from the Legendary Jungle Brothers interview with Breakbeats & Rhymes Radio. It was the first show of 2011 and one of the best interviews we've been a part of. If you are aware of the Jungle Brothers you can only imagine the amount of Hiphop knowledge that was discussed. Thank you BAM!
Big up DJ Lord Ron for continuing to bring us the finest on Breakbeats & Rhymes Radio. DJ Resident played some ill instrumentals, peep it!

Breakbeats & Rhymes Radio: Jungle Brothers (Afrika Baby Bam) Interview
(PART 2)
Breakbeats & Rhymes Radio: Jungle Brothers (Afrika Baby Bam) Interview
(PART 3)
Breakbeats & Rhymes Radio: Jungle Brothers (Afrika Baby Bam) Interview (PART 4)

Mix Master Ralph M & NC Abram in the building!
Breakbeats & Rhymes Radio
Hosted By: Rebels To The Grain
Holding it down on the Tables:
DJ Lord Ron, Mix Master Ralph M & DJ Resident
"late" Saturday Nights 2-4 A.M.
on 90.7 FM KPFK

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