Only adults are admitted. Nobody younger than 18 can hire or listen to Psykhomantus in the club or your speakers with this rating. The DJ under this category do not have limitation on the bad language that is used. Hard Beats are generally allowed, and strong Scratchin/Beat Juggling along with Body Tricks activity is also allowed. Scenes of strong real sex may be permitted if justified by a fly groupie.

Tuesday, 22 September 2009

Dedicated to the late DJ Grand Master Roc Raida

Dedicated to the late DJ Grand Master Roc Raida. This is a mixtape i did a few months back. I had to put it up again as the Turntable world has lost a great DJ.

Why The X-Men {aka The X-Ecutiners)?

This turntablist crew is one of the baddest things that has happen for this DJ art form, culture, Hip-Hop, ect, ect. We all know our history on Kool Herc, Afrika Bambaataa, Grand Master Flash, Theodore and DXT, but most people forget about Steve Dee. Without Steve Dee where would these (beat) juggle monsters have come from. Steve Dee took this artform to a higher level that I dear say had the whole world in his hands (I said it, Ha!).

Well I’m not here to give you a history lesson; you can go check that out for yourself on the Internet. I’ve been a DJ for almost 20 years but still a fan on the DJ/Turntablist culture. There’s nothing better than hearing how DJ’s restructure a record by scratching or beat juggling into something new. Hip-Hop DJ’s helped shape and form some of the equipment that we use today (you better ask somebody) and continuing still. As a teen I watched my Father bring in his turntables, set up his big wooded speakers in the living room and pull out his dub plates, so it was no question that I wanted to be like my Daddy. Now a full time job I still look back on what my hero’s did. I look back on what DJ Jazzy Jeff and DJ Cash Money has done in the late 80’s, loved what DJ Scratch and DJ Premier did on wax, enjoyed hearing my UK peers like DJ Pogo, Cut Master Swift and HiJack’s DJ Undercover & DJ Supreme to seeing The Invisibl Skratch Piklz and The X-Men take it to another level. I still go back to them Videos, Albums and DVD’s as I still learn something from it. But what amaze me the most is watching Mista Sinista, Roc Raida, Rob Swift & Total Eclipse. Weather group or solo they had the world shook. They have style, flava and soul, there the real deal from their routine set to their studio recording albums (Yep! Even Rob Swift’s Ill Insanity got next). I didn’t put any of there solo stuff or featured Rappers because there work as a group is still outer this world. Remember, Rappers may be the most paid artists in the Hip-Hop culture but DJ’s make the world go round. Without us, them muthafuckaz wouldn’t be Shit.

Well! Enjoy it and get a real feel of Hip-Hop’s truest form and feel free to leave a comment on


Intro feat Tirple Treat (Apollo, Vinroc & Shortkut)
One Man Band
X-Ecution Scratch
Word Play
Old School Throwdown
Premier X-Ecution feat DJ Premier
5 Fingers Of Death (Ill Insanity) feat DJ Q-Bert
What Is A Scratch (Interlude)
Mad Flava
X-Ecutioners (Theme) Song feat Dan The Automator
The Countdown Pt 2
Space Invader
Scratch Live (Ill Insanity) feat Roc Raida
A Journey Into Sound feat Kenny Muhammed
Ill Bill
Break Ill
3 Boroughs
Choppin N***** Up
The Turntable Anthem
Feel The Bass
X-Ecution Of A Bum Rush feat Beat Junkies (Babu & J-Rocc)

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X-Ecution Of A Bum Rush (Dedicated to GM Roc Radia) by Psykhomantus

Sunday, 20 September 2009

Roc Raida R.I.P

New York DJ, Roc Raida had passed away this weekend at age 37, the DJ real name is Anthony Williams was a member of a group called The X-Ecutioners.

In 1995 he won the DMC World DJ Championship, He died on September 19, 2009, Is last solo album was released in 2007 and is called, Beats, Cuts and Skits.

His DJ group The X-Ecutioners Formed as a DJ crew in the early nineties and originally including 11 members, under the name X-Men, which was chosen partly because of their rivalry between Super DJ Clark Kent’s crew of DJs, known as the Supermen, and partly after the Marvel Comics characters, but had to change their name due to trademark infringement.

After the groups name changed, the crew was later reduced to members Rob Swift, Roc Raida, Total Eclipse, and Mista Sinista (named after the Marvel Comics’ Mister Sinister) before releasing their debut album X-Pressions. Sinista later left the group shortly after the release of Built from Scratch, and Rob Swift left the group for personal and artistic reasons in 2005.

In the wake of Swift’s departure, The X-Ecutioners have been scarcely heard of; however, the latest word is that the group has two new members, DJ Boogie Blind and DJ Precision.

The X-Ecutioners have worked with many famous artists on their albums Built From Scratch and Revolutions and are highly respected in hip hop for their turntable skills, being infamous for the technique known as beat juggling. They have been known to do numerous collaborations, ranging from Kool G Rap to Cypress Hill, Mike Shinoda and co-released an album with Mike Patton called General Patton vs. The X-Ecutioners. The X-Ecutioners contributed to a remix of Run-DMC’s “King of Rock” on the Harmonix game Amplitude, and the DJ group’s song “Like This” was featured in the video game SSX 3.

As of 2007, Rob Swift, Total Eclipse and Precision have formed a new group called Ill Insanity. Their latest release, “Ground Xero” contains 14 tracks featuring the likes of DJ QBert, DJ Excess, and Grand Master Roc Raida.

Ill Insanity has posted a blog on their Myspace regarding a reunion tour in Australia in October, 2008. The group commented in their blog

“Undeniably one of the greatest turntablist crews of all time, New Yorks legends The X-Ecutioners are reuniting exclusively to tour Australia for the very first time. The supremely talented turntablists, Grand Master Roc Raida, Rob Swift, Boogie Blind, Total Eclipse and Precision have exclusively come together for this tour and across 10 turntables will leave you speechless with their unbelievable turntable skills of cutting, mixing, scratching and beat juggling.”

The group has already announced the tour dates on both the X-Ecutioners’ and Ill Insanity’s Myspace Reunion Tour Blog.