“Magic (1.8.20) Favorite Rap Shits Of The Decade” is the latest DJ mix released by House Shoes on MixCloud. This mix is 02:39:22 mins long. If you dig this mix, then check out more of House Shoe’s mixes his mixcloud page.

House Shoes favorite rap shits of the DECADE
Part 1
Including songs by and produced by:

@xdannyxbrownx @quellechrist @djmuggs_the_black_goat_ #MachHommy @__crimeapple__ @buck_dudley @brownsvilleka @mondieumusic @mudinmymalbec @whoisconway @soapmanwun @dilatedpeoples @diamondditc @moedirdee @chchanes @jakeuno @yung_roadtrip @lilpower100 @alchemist @spitta_andretti @freddiegibbs @macmiller @eightyocho @fashawn @evidence @nipseyhussle @mike_n_keys @groovyq @ichibandon @rocmarci @prodigymobbdeep @vicspencer @motifalumnikas @mctreeg @denmarkves @scudzy_bogues @seandabarbarian @yourolddroog @marcopolobeats @guiltysimpson @apollobrown @marvwon @phontigallo @oddisee @royceda59 @westsidegunn @lordjuco @unluckybastards @oldsoulsalaam @ewonee_ @skillzva @binkthehumblemonsta @justblaze @graymatter_mutant @bigtwinsqb @jwayniac @blqlyte @georgia.muldrow @illingsworth @rapsody @khrysis_ @pharoahemonch @black_milk @elzhi @madlib @kendricklamar @clearlyitslike @nottzdaruler @mrporterlive @sammmo

Hip hop,Hiphop,Hip-Hop/Rap,Underground Hip Hop,Rap / Hip-Hop

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About House Shoes

House Shoes’ crucial role in the development of Detroit hip-hop was fully understood only by those who closely witnessed the DJ/producer’s activities as an artist and advocate. Born Michael Buchanan, House Shoes grew up in Lathrup Village, a small city surrounded by the Detroit suburb of Southfield. From the mid-’90s through the early 2000s, he was a resident DJ at Detroit’s St. Andrew’s Hall. He worked at several record shops in and around the D, including Melodies & Memories and Street Corner Music. Slowly but surely, he gained production credits for the likes of Common Ground, Proof, and Elzhi. Through House Shoes Recordings, he released Phat Kat’s J Dilla-produced “Dedication to the Suckers,” a ten-track compilation of rare Dilla mixes and productions titled Jay Dee Unreleased, and The House Shoes Collection, Vol. 1: I Got Next — a two-CD set featuring material from Slum Village, Guilty Simpson, Royce da 5’9″, Lacks, Dabrye, and several others, with some material produced by House Shoes himself. As a deejay, House Shoes also went on the road with many of the above-mentioned artists, as well as Aloe Blacc and Mayer Hawthorne. Production-wise, House Shoes — who eventually relocated to Los Angeles — was never one to flood the market, though his output increased around 2010-2012. This resulted in an album, Let It Go, issued on the Tres label in June 2012.