Timothy Tuesdays #1: Ready To Penetrate

The UK’s leading rap personality Tim Westwood has reinvented himself more times than we care to mention. You can find him in his current incarnation here. He’s taken some heat over the years but he’s still on top of his game. If you dig deep you’ll realise he’s had this on lock since the mid-Eighties. Fat Lace brings you a rare treat in the form of some early audio from his rap show on Capital FM, London. We’ll be hitting you off periodically with more audio. Cut out and collect, it’s radio gold.

This particular show features sessions from Sugar Bear and Stezo. You couldn’t get any more ireverent if you tried:

Westwood 15-04-89


Tim Westwood 15th April 1989


10 Responses to "Timothy Tuesdays #1: Ready To Penetrate"
  1. Reply JimmyC August 29, 2007 11:22 am

    Westwood vs KRS audio please!

  2. Reply ms August 30, 2007 20:33 pm

    Haha the Timmy v KRS would be great.

    Nobody is to blame but Westwood himself for the idiotic way he comes across.

    I know he’s been around for years and did a lot, but I can’t forgot how in the latter part of the 90s he started playing pure bullshit when you knew he had every new release out there.

  3. Reply Sm72 August 31, 2007 06:03 am

    Me three for the Tim Vs KRS audio.

    Damn this brings me back , when Timothy was less rawdy before hanging with Flex, playing B.S and letting of bombs

  4. Reply m2'sPace maker August 31, 2007 06:58 am

    Tim v’s KRS link below

    http://www.zshare.net/download/661851e86001/

  5. Reply End Level Boss August 31, 2007 10:33 am

    Thanks for this. I checked out his show for about the first time in 10 years the other day. It was appalling. His time at Capital was his best.

  6. Reply ms August 31, 2007 19:00 pm

    Thanks for that.

    I haven’t heard a Westwood show since 1999 at the latest.

    Another funny moment was when the Wu were promoting Forever and Timmy didn’t get a word in for 2/3 hours. All I can remember is Rza saying “Buy the lp, Wu Tang Forever” every 10 minutes and Tim was nowhere to be heard.

  7. Reply ms August 31, 2007 20:02 pm

    Hold on, this Westwood vs KRS has a cover and everything, where the hell is this stuff shared at?? Damn, I’m missing out.

  8. Reply awkward September 6, 2007 09:14 am

    wow,good stuff.its funny how people say hip hop was better then…there is loads of good music out now,you just need to know where to find it…

    hip hop lives!

  9. Reply Toca September 14, 2007 11:29 am

    Classic. When Westwood was running things properly and not promoting that sh*t that he does now.
    Come on Timmy retire you are nearly 50. Us ageing B Boys still love you for the LWR, Kiss and Capital and N Sign Radio, but after that it was like watching a car crash!

    FATLACE you’re large! Keep hitting us off with the classics. We out.

  10. Reply Carlos de Jakel April 4, 2008 07:19 am

    Wicked been looking for a Capital Rap show for ages ESP with a set from DJ Clark Kent….Keep up the good work

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