Our good friend, NYC Radio Host, High Water Music label head, & music afficianado, Dj Sucio Smash is the newest DJ to drop a mixtape for the well-known industry staple mixtape series, “Cornerstone”, with mixtape #180.

About the mix: I included some of my fav songs played on #SqueezeRadio in 2014, some exclusives and a very special freestyle*.

*Roc Marciano freestyle recorded on August 19, 2004 at Squeeze Radio on WKCR 89.9FM NYC. This was Roc Marciano’s 1st ever radio appearance.


Side A
Buddy feat. Snoop Dogg – Crime of The Century (Prod. by Christian Rich)
Schoolboy Q – Hoover Street (Prod. by Sounwave)
Step Brothers feat. Styles P – No Hesitation (Prod. by The Alchemist)
Curren$y feat. Freddie Gibbs and Young Roddy – Grew Up (Prod. Thelonious Martin)
Michael Christmas – Leonard Washington (Prod. by Thelonious Martin)
Diamond D – Jose Feliciano (Prod. by Diamond D)
B.I.C. (Bitches Is Crazy) – Raw (Prod. by Chuk Le Garcon)
Murs X Mr. Len – My Final Underground Song (Prod. by Mr. Len)
Axel F. (J. Rocc & MED) feat, BLU – Omega (Prod. by J. Rocc)
Dilated Peoples – Good As Gone (Prod. by DJ Premier, cuts by DJ Babu)
Skyzoo & Torae feat. Sean Price and Guilty Simpson – All In Together (Prod. by Black Milk)
Roc Marciano – Squeeze Radio Freestyle August 19, 2004
De La Soul – Vocabulary Spills (Prod. by J Dilla)
MentPlus – Whispering (Prod. by MentPlus)
Tuamie – Eva-re-moanin (Prod by Tuamie)
Chuk Le Garcon – Alright (Prod. by Chuk Le Garcon)
Black Milk – Ruffin (prod. by Black Milk)
Quelle Chris – Look At Shorty (prod by Knxwledge)
Common – Rewind That (Prod by No I.D.)
CJ Fly – Day zZz’s (Prod. by Statik Selektah)
The Roots feat. Dice Raw & Greg Porn – Understand (Prod. by The Roots)
Kev Brown & Raw Poetic – Super (Prod. by Kev Brown)

Side B
Malcom X – Democracy Hypocrisy (Police State)
Mickey Factz – Detroit Red (Prod. by Aleem Bilal)
J- Live – Worlds Apart (Prod. By Oddisse)
Chris Rivers – It Ain’t Hard to Tell (Prod. by Leaf Dog)
Nas – Understanding (Prod. by 14KT)
The Lox – New York City (DJ Uneek)
M.O.P. – 187 (Prod. by Fizzy Womack, cuts by DJ Premier)
Action Bronson – Easy Rider (Prod. by Party Supplies)
EMC feat. Pav Bundy – Stay Busy (Prod. by Pav Bundy)
Talib Kweli feat. Raekwon – Violations (Prod. by Thaddeus Dixon)
Joell Ortiz – House Slippers (Prod. by Illmind)
Souls Of Mischief – All You Got Is Your Word (Prod. By Adrian Younge)
Marauders International (Chuk Le Garcon/Fresh Daily/Scienze) – Introduction (Prod. by Chuk Le Garcon)
Danny Brown – Dance (Prod. by 14KT)
Dumbtron (Willie Evans Jr. & Paten Locke) – Fat Russian (Prod. by Willie Evans Jr.)
Your Old Droog – Secondhand Gunsmoke (Gunsmoke Cologne – Superblack Remix) (Prod. by J-Zone (Drums) and Sasha Jenkins (Guitar) of Superblack)
Timeless Truth – Out Of The Loop (Prod. by Fafu)
J Dilla – Filth
Champagne Chu feat. Deacon The Villian (of Cunninlynguists) and Devin Carama – Hands Up (Prod. by 8GM)
Homeboy Sandman – Personal Ad (Prod. by Professor Brian Oblivion)
Camp Lo – Cold Retarded (Prod. by Ski Beatz)

“The start of the year has come with its share of impact as cold weather continues to make an impression on a large portion of the country, and all around people are getting back into the swing of things. Many of us, just catching up with emails and projects left in 2014. Even some are mentally still on vacation, day dreaming of the holiday that never seems to be long enough. But, all things come to an end, except the Cornerstone Mixtape which will always be a consistent source of new music from some of the best DJs in the country. This month we show love to an OG in the world of indie music and radio. ‘Right On Time,’ this is Cornerstone Mixtape 180 with DJ Sucio Smash.
Born in Manhattan’s LES, the life long Knicks fan can be described in two words “good music.” Crediting a diverse musical background that included everything from conga playing to Hector Love salsa records, SUCE! had an immediate connection with music, and that would play a huge part of his life as the cultural impact of hip-hop was all around him. “That shit just spoke to me!” he says emphatically about the new genre. Little did he know this love affair would change the course of his life.
After years of hard work, and a little bit of luck, SUCE! would meet legendary radio DJ Bobbito Garcia. The mentor-apprentice relationship would prove impactful as years of running errands and co-producing the CM Fam-A-Lam radio show would transform their relationship into a strong friendship. A friendship so strong, that when Bobbito decided it was time to move on, it was SUCE! that would hold down the time slot previously held by his mentor, Stretch Armstrong, and Lord Sear. Today, SUCE! along with co-host Mazzi and Mr Len deliver their brand of music and commentary on WNYU’s Squeeze Radio. In addition to delivering one of New York’s best radio shows, Sucio Smash also serves as CEO of High Water Music where his label has put out works from DJ Spinna, DOOM & John Robinson, Fashawn (his 1st vinyl release), Sene and more; while introducing the world to and/or putting out music from Fresh Daily, Homeboy Sandman, BIC (Bitches Is Crazy), Willie Evans Jr., Chuk Le Garcon and more.
In this month’s Cornerstone Mixtape, SUCE uses the same approach and knowledge of music that has made him such an influential DJ in music today. Serving up records from a wide but balanced range of artists including Common, Roc Marciano, Barrel Brothers, The Roots, Action Bronson, and Nas. This month’s Music Meeting delivers some sure fire hits for the new year, from Joey Bada$$, Rico Love, and Audio Push. A mix like this is sure to be our best friend while we try to keep up with those fitness club resolutions, and if not, then it should definitely come in handy for all those Super Bowl parties. Until next month, stay hip, stay warm and remember the DJ is the Cornerstone of Hip-Hop.”


Thursday, October 2nd….it’s the return of Shift, every 1st Thursdays of each month.  The month of October’s special guest is Squeeze Radio & High Water Music Head Honcho, Dj Sucio Smash from New York….he’ll be celebrating his birthday that night, plus residents Rhettmatic, Free The Robots, & Plann B in the mix.  All happening at Escala, in the heart of Koreatown in Los Angeles.  It’s FREE all night from 10pm-2am. 21+.  Come rock with Sucio & the Shift Crew that night!