Thursday, 19 February 2015


Cappuccino comes from Italy, Rolex comes from Switzerland ...but....Hip-Hop....IT CAME FROM THE STREETS!

Miss Fortune and KendeR take the tracks send to us on our Twitter (@1520Classic) and and play them live on air then on our social feeds including our Podcast!

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Paul Beezy aka Bones McLoud (@deepnorthblog) slides through with a 1520 Classic Radio produced track called "We On The Rise".

The Four Owls swoop in with a DJ Premier fueled joint, and will make you "Think Twice". Miss Fortune sent KendeR a "turd" emoji, denoting she thought this track was this shit. She's right!! Check out their back catalog, it's Bonkers! Watch them fly on Twitter : @TheFourOwlsUK,

BigLo brings us "Judas" and tells us that peace is for Buddhists. This video is amazing too, and really deserves to be on "It Came From the Streets".

Coming all the way from Liverpool, England (but not from the Cavern Club) Royzy puts on his track "Tom Ford Cologne" . This track came to us in a care package from the man himself, and Royzy has a bright future holding the Hip-Hop torch firmly in his hands!

Don't get twisted, Nitty Scott MC draws us a freestyle called "Bath Salts Freestyle" and proves why her skills brought her to the BET awards!

Hip-Hop isn't dead. Buxaburn makes a "Skeleton Walk" by resurrecting the 4 elements with phat lace Adidas. The track's concept is truly original, and proves what NaS declares "dead wrong".

Cpistola found us on Twitter and thogh our exchange of broken English was comical, there's nothing funny about this Chilean MC's track "versos a quema ropa feat delirioh"

We continue our world tour and head over to Spain to see if "Words Are Like Knives" by Shaun Alejuandro.

Heading to Uganda, we meet up with Royalty, Atlas Da African and a MilkCrate (1520 Classic Radio) we hear "Never Fake Moves"

Es from Toronto Canada brings us some very inspirational words, and shares his outlook on life, as a father and a career man. "Aspire to Inspire" is just as uplifting as the title, and, stands out from alot of the cacophony on the radio you hear nowadays. Thank you for blessing us and stay following your dreams!

AzadRight, Cappadonna, Chase and Cashe bring us a HipHop DX Cypher all about the love, struggle and exhilaration of chasing your dreams in music. We love this because of the message, just as ES provided above.

British Columbia Canada native Moka Only brings a collaboration with De La Soul's Trugoy (Plug 2) and asks us to do the "Mr. MegaHustle"

ChrisJay gets us lifted with a Cream of Beats produced track with "High", which is an absolute work of love, and an absolute joy to listen to. The plunky guitar mixed with ChrisJay's vocals are nothing more than magical. Go to Bandcamp NOW and download it!

Calgary Alberta Canada's own prodigal son, Half Cut is "On the Come Up" and brings us true boom bap.

Keith Science troops through again and Drops Science on a track he produced featuring Punchline and Prince Ali. The track is called "Derailed Thoughts". Be sure to check it out!

Be sure to tune in to on Saturday Nights at 10pm Toronto time to see how fresh the tracks we bring you! Send us your hottest home made bangers! Send links to us @1520classic or email us at You too could be here on our podcast and live radio show! Miss Fortune and KendeR are waiting for you!

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