It was the 1980′s, the decade of break dancing, the Sony Walkman®, Aqua Net hairspray, bangles, Miami Vice and pastels. It was also the time when MTV actually played music videos. Continue Reading
“A Nightmare On My Street” was the third single from hip-hop duo DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince’s second studio album, “He’s The DJ, I’m The Rapper”. The song became a crossover hit in the U.S., reaching #15 on the Billboard Hot 100. “A Nightmare On My Street” showcased a fictional confrontation with movie villain Freddy Krueger.
The song was considered for inclusion in 1988′s “A Nightmare On Elm Street 4: The Dream Master”, but it didn’t make the cut. The song was released as a single by Jive Records in early 1988 on vinyl and audio cassette tape, coinciding with the release of “The Dream Master”. New Line Cinema, the studio responsible for the “Nightmare” movies, was not pleased.
A video allegedly shot for the single was Continue Reading
From supergroup Aerosmith’s 1988 comeback album ‘Permanent Vacation’ we bring you this throwback video to enjoy. Angel! I will say that if you’ve never seen Aerosmith perform live you are certainly missing out on a great show that’s worth the money! It’s amazing that as old as they are they’re able to put on such a great and energetic show!
See Warren G’s layout in High Speed Magazine’s September 2009 issue!
Oh yeah… DJ Dave Stylus (@DaveStylus) over at Mix966FM dusted off the classic crates, and broke with this 80′s mix up! I present to you all the DJ Dave Stylus Friday Quick Mix we takin’ back to the old school, and those of us here in Los Angeles will get it this, but we’re taking it back with some classic KROQ! So for your drive to work pop this in!
This week we’re doing our 80′s throwback, for no other reason that it popped into my head and I thought hey it would be fun to recollect. In keeping with that I found these images of the gorgeous bodacious blonde Kaki West (@KakiWest10) with the General Lee from the hit 80′s TV show The Dukes of Hazzard! Continue Reading
Continuing our 80′s throwback week, we bring you this horrific video of Stevie B Dreaming of Love! Yes back in the 80′s our music videos for the most part sucked, but it was fun! Stevie B (Steven Bernard Hill) is an American singer, Continue Reading