"Bobbito met DJ Stretch Armstrong at Def Jam Records, and in 90 the two of them started their Hip Hop radio show at WKCR 89.9 fm. By 98, the Source Magazine voted them the Best Hip Hop Radio Show of All Time."
This is real hip hop. Mad props to Stetch Armstrong & Bobbito, thank you fellas you gave me some of the best hip hop i ever heard and so many magic moments.
Before materializing as an official group, the Natural Elements were originally conceived as a group of solo artists brought together in 1993 under the tutelage of producer Charlemagne. This initial grouping, whose members were initially signed to Fortress Records, included members Mr. Voodoo, L-Swift, KA, G-Blass, Howie Smalls and the InTimidator. By 1995, however, membership slimmed to include only Mr. Voodoo, L-Swift and the newly-added A-Butta.
"In 1997 Crazy Dj Bazarro released a mixtape called "Bushwick Day". It was a tribute to some of the crews coming out of Bushwick at that time.Dysfunkshunal Familee, Splatterhouse, Shadez of Brooklyn, Blackmoon, Arsonist, Us Plus One, Poetical Thugz, Tony Touch, Empire, Unified Nation, Pop Rec, Civilized Savages, Busta, World Famous Rod, Dollamentary, Rev Al, Rambo, Chocalate Ty, Mase from Dela Soul was from Bushwick,,,, .. Bushwick Day originally came from the groups of the 80's and 90's from Bushwick.. They would get together, bring the equipment to the park and everybody peformed showing there skillz......" Bazarro, I use to attend the Bushwick Day events, use to blow my mind of all the talent that came from one area. shoutouts to Grand Slam, El Producto brothers, REal Wrecking Crew, MC Turbo, Monzie D Disco Stompers, Dj Flowers, Mc Ice Cream, Dj Mel Rockwell and all the other Bushwick crews I forgot..."