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Created by The Core DJ's Jul 6, 2014 at 4:18pm. Last updated by The Core DJ's Jul 6, 2014.

What do YOU consider OLD SCHOOL?? What era did you come up in ..?

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I came up in the early 80's. I began spinning early 1979 when I was 16, so everything late 70's to late 80's!! Radio, Milk Chocolate, Howard Jones 'So Fine" Cameo, Brick, Parliment/Funkadelic!! I specalize in old School mixxing!!! Though I spinn lot's of Hip Hop Old School is my money maker!!

Dj Starr Childd- Dj/Audio Tour Engineer
IAM A 80'S BABY. ISNT THAT A SONG LOL. BUT YEA I LOVE HIP HOP FROM THE 80'S-90'S BUT DONT GET IT WRONG. I WAS BORN IN THE 80'S BUT EARLY MORNING SUNDAYS MY POPS WAS PLAYING MOTOWN AND THE BLUES. SO I LOVE THAT MUSIC TOO. ITS HARD TO CHOOSE FROM WHAT ERA I LIKE, SO IAM JUS GOIN TO SAY OUT SKOOL. LUTHER,ETTA JAMES,LIL WALKER,ISLEY BROTHERS ETC.
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Well as far as pop & R&B music goes it was 1980 thru 85 the Fresh Fest era then New School Golden age Real Hip Hop 86 thru 94.I miss the deejay mixin it up live on the air that's what i miss about radio we don't hear a lot of that anymore.


The Infamous1EfCuttin said:
Well as far as pop & R&B music goes it was 1980 thru 85 the Fresh Fest era then New School Golden age Real Hip Hop 86 thru 94.I miss the deejay mixin it up live on the air that's what i miss about radio we don't hear a lot of that anymore.


The Infamous1EfCuttin said:


The Infamous1EfCuttin said:
Well as far as pop & R&B music goes it was 1980 thru 85 the Fresh Fest era then New School Golden age Real Hip Hop 86 thru 94.I miss the deejay mixin it up live on the air that's what i miss about radio we don't hear a lot of that anymore.
The Infamous1EfCuttin said:


The Infamous1EfCuttin said:


The Infamous1EfCuttin said:
Well as far as pop & R&B music goes it was 1980 thru 85 the Fresh Fest era then New School Golden age Real Hip Hop 86 thru 94.I miss the deejay mixin it up live on the air that's what i miss about radio we don't hear a lot of that anymore.
I'm reading this sorta late, but, Wooo! Oldschool, hmmm. For me I'd say oldschool actually began with the disco era, and ended when the new jack era started.

Tony Neal said:



This is a Topic that will be debated over time, To me Old School is High School years so for me it's the 80's
When break dancing started to get recognized, when every track you heard was original no one sampled from each other back then, well not like they do now days. To me the 80's was when music was at it's best musicians didn't not have computers to rely on to make music.

Here are some of my picks.
1.Grand Master Flash / Fat Boys
2.Run DMC / Big Daddy Kane
3.Ray Parker Jr.
4.Keith Sweat / Guy
5.Alexander O'Neal
6.Parliament / Cameo
7.Queen Latifah / Mc Lyte / Jody Watley
It was this song that premiered on Ralph Mcdaniels show called Let Me Show You by the BLACK FLAMES on DEF JAM. Back in the days, I think late or mid eighties. I'am from Generation X. I was a teen in the eighties, and I was in my twenties in the 90's, so Old School is definitely NIce and Smooth and Dj Teddy Ted.
PEACE:

I'M FORM THE EARLIER DAYS OF HIP-HOP AND RAP. WHEN THE FIRST RAP RECORD TO HIT NYC WAS "KING TIM THE 3RD" BY FATBACK.

I KNEW FROM THEN, I WAS 12 YEARS OLD AT THE TIME, THAT I WANTED TO BE APART OF THIS RAP GAME. AND HAVE BEEN DOWN IN IT EVER SINCE. PEACE!!!! HOLLA @ ME

DON MOROCCO

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