Another mix designed to put the radio "suits" into therapy, starts off with some stuff very common today, almost TOO common, but I actually put that together myself, and runs through some great hip-hop of that era, with a little side-step into some off-the-wall stuff. It wouldnt be me if it wasnt insane.
The ChopShop was a radio show on Wild 94.9 in San Francisco, airing 2-4am on Saturday nights, from 1999-2000, that specialized in raw, uninhibited hip-hop. Hosted by Big Von, and mixed by Scotty Fox, new ground was broken each week, with the boundaries of what was acceptable on commercial radio being cast aside. The motto was "no more music by the suckers", and while the suckers may have won for now, we like to think we did our part to keep the dream alive.