90’S ERA Archive

Unemployee of the Month – Cameron T. Moore

Check him out on the Table of Truth & on Mookie Creative. What name do you go by/perform under/etc? I go by "Cam" or my full name "Cameron T. Moore" now. It used to be "Mookie" which was my dancer and DJ name but

Riddim N Boogie Wednesdays @ Sutra NYC

Unemployable NYC teams up with our boy Mike aka Extraction Jackson for Riddim N Boogie Wednesdays. A weekly dance party dedicated to all flavors… With your hosts: Extraction Jackson, Katy & Enki (My M.O.) & special guests! Wednesdays 10-4am, Free Sutra Lounge 16 1st Ave (bet 1/2nd St.) F/V to 2nd Ave www.sutranyc.com Brought to

Stranger in Moscow

Every artist feels this way and probably over half of their lifetime. Depressed, hopeless, the pressure that comes with staying on top. ¬†Fame of this magnitude must have been so difficult to deal with. Michael’s song-writing had already become so sad in the mid 90’s. Stranger in Moscow Lyrics: I was wandering in the rain

UNEMPLOYABLE Episode 10 – 12.13.07

Unemployable Episode 10 – R&B/90’s mix by katy Free Like Me feat Dee – HandinHand Got to Be down – Robin Thicke Stereo – John Legend Better Wise Up – Kenna LDN (Warbox) – Lily Allen ATliens – OutKast Don’t Be Cruel – Bobby Brown Nasty – Janet Jackson Looking for a New Love –

UNEMPLOYABLE Episode 9 – 11.02.07

Unemployable Episode 9 – mixed by Miss Leema + Katy Katy + Guest DJ, Miss leema from hamburg, germany did this one for the ladies… Egypt – The G:neus various dancehall remixes nina skye various funk the way you move – outkast controversy – prince metro area sex with my ex – Ne-Yo basement jaxx

UNEMPLOYABLE Episode 7 – 07.27.07

Unemployable Episode 7- get freaky mix by katy Are You That Somebody? (1998) – Aaliyah Pony (1996) – Ginuwine Freek ‘n You – Jodeci You Remind me of something – R. Kelly Bills, Bills, Bills – Destiny’s Child You Make Me Wanna (1997) – Usher We Gonna Take U Back – Blackstreet Touch Me, Tease

UNEMPLOYABLE Episode 1 – 03.16.07

Unemployable Episode 1 – dance music mix by katy We start things off with our own re-imagining of Gil Scott Heron’s Superman, flipped HandinHand style into Superwoman featuring the brand new voice of Dee. Firewheel then gets into her signature eclectic blend of hip hop, soul, funk, and uptempo electronic beats, including originals from Peter