Queen Herawin(Live Footage)

Throwback clip of Queen Herawin of The Juggaknots coming off the top at the famed Fat Beats record store for their 27th anniversary back in ’97. PS to Fat Beats: We gonna need longer footage of all these impromptu freestyles…More

DJ Eclipse on Fat Beats (Video)

DJ Eclipse on the importance of the New York Fat Beats record store to the underground, independent scene in the 90’s… Looks like the FB link is down. So here’s the AFH link to view videoMore

Fat Beats ’96 footage (Video)

Another one of those old footages of the NY Fat Beats store, this one at the original location on E.9th street. Via DJ Eclipse… Today (July 14, 2015) marks the 21st anniversary since the opening of the first Fat Beats location at 323 E. 9th St. (which later went on to become Bobbito’s Footwork). Here’s…More

Another Fat Beats throwback…

DJ Eclipse hits us once again with those classic cipha moments up at the old 6th avenue spot. This one features Company Flow (El P & Bigg Jus), J Treds, Breeze Brewin, Queen Herawin and Ill Bill.More

NYC Fat Beats ’98…

More classic footage from the ‘Fat Beats’ days via DJ Eclipse, this one featuring L Fudge, Talib Kweli, Shabaam Sahdeeq, Skam2 & A.L. Skills.More

Common at Fat Beats (’97 Throwback)

Another DJ Eclipse video treat… “Here’s a clip from Common’s Fat Beats NYC in-store for “One Day It’ll All Make Sense”. The in-store was actually a few days before the album was released so we only had his single for sale that day. We were also pushing No I.D.’s “The Black Album” (w/Dug Infinite) which…More

A 19 yr. old Kanye up at Fat Beats (Video)

DJ Eclipse gives us the backstory to this… “The original location of Fat Beats launched on July 14, 1994 which means FB just turned 20 years old! Business was doing so well 2 years in that Joseph Abajian decided to move the store from it’s small 9th St. basement space into a 2nd floor location…More