Every Thursday, Tim Westwood pulls out a gem from his untold treasure trove of radio freestyles he's amassed over the last 20-plus years and posts it online. Last November, he shared a Jay Z freestyle circa 1999.
Tim Westwood is sitting on a veritable treasure trove of unreleased radio freestyles from his 25-odd years as a disc jockey. Every week, he dusts off one gem and delivers it to the masses. This week, it's a Mobb Deep freestyle from 2000.
Desiigner has been all over the news this week after his smash hit “Panda” landed him the #1 spot on Billboard 100, taking the place of Rihanna & Drizzy’s “Work.” Looking to build off his growing momentum, the G.O.O.D.
The TBT concept may have become awfully stale on the Facebook and Instagram feeds, though in the hip-hop world, Throwback Thursdays have been the impetus for some exciting unreleased music from eras that deserve to be memorialized in the midst of today's trans
Last week, Tim Westwood dedicated his Throwback Thursday installment to Proof in honor of the 10th anniversary of the rapper's death. This week, honors Keith "Guru" Elam six years after the Gang Starr emcee lost his battle with cancer.
Will Smith isn't too deep in the rap game anymore so it's easy to forget that he was once a power player in the world of hip hop. Did you know that Big Willie Style spent 100 weeks on the Billboard charts?
More Throwback Thursday tracks from Tim Westwood, and this week he’s joining the rest of the hip hop community in celebrating the late Phife Dawg’s legacy. He reaches back to 1999 for this unreleased freestyle of Phife Dawg.
Another one from Tim Westwood’s seemingly endless vaults. Today the UK radio personality unleashes an unreleased Fugees freestyle from 1995. It’s everything we could ever hope it to be.
Tim Westwood's TBT game has been unmatched lately. Dating back to November, the U.K. DJ has let loose a series of gems from his storied archive, including unreleased freestyles from Jay Z, Mos Def, and DMX.