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New MC LyteWhen In Love (rmx, rmx edit, inst, acapella) ... 12-inch
First Priority, 1991. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Extended version of the track from Lyte's second LP. With a similar subject to "Cram to Understand", but the production style leans a little bit toward new jack swing and has singing on the chorus. 12-inch, Vinyl record

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New Positive K/MC LyteGood Combination (bonus track, acapella, inst)/I'm Not Havin' It (LP) ... 12-inch
First Priority, 1988. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Pos K and Lyte trade lines on "I'm Not Havin It", by far the dopest-ever hip hop duet (except maybe the old Masterdon Committe cut). With the "Yes We Can-Can" bassline. "A Good Combination" continues the theme, with a super gritty beat produced by Audio Two. 12-inch, Vinyl record
(In a First Priority sleeve, with a cutout notch.)

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New MC LyteLyte As A Rock ... LP
First Priority/Atlantic, 1988. Used ... Out Of Stock
Lyte's first LP, and a hip hop classic that needs no introduction from us. Lyte raised the bar for female rappers on this late 80s album with her mic skills and lyrical finesse that took female MC's into a whole new realm, beyond "Roxanne" answer tracks. She takes on Roxanne Shante on "10% Dis", a classic battle track that sparked a great answer cycle in its own right. And the production, mostly by Audio Two is pure minimalist hip hop beatmaking, while the King Of Chill comes correct with the dopest side stick in the history of programmed beats on "Paper Thin", and Prince Paul goes nuts with the horn stabs on one of his earlier beats, "MC Lyte Likes Swingin'". 10 tracks in all, this LP also includes "I Cram To Understand You", "Kickin 4 Brooklyn", "Lyte As A Rock", "Lyte Thee MC", "I Am Woman", "Lyte Vs. Vanna Whyte" and "I Am Woman". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cutout notch, promo stamp, and clear tape on the opening.)
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New VariousBasement Flavor – The First Priority Music Family ... LP
First Priority, 1988. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Nice compilation including some non-LP cuts from the First Priority label, in its prime. All the tracks here are cut from the same, nice middle school hip hop cloth, with not much more than the MC's rhyming over spare beats in the Audio Two style. 11 tracks in all including MC Lyte & Positive K "I'm Not Havin It", MC Lyte "Survival Of The Fittest" – the original and better version, Audio Two "Many Styles" and "Peer Pressure", Positive K "Tramp", the Alliance "Get On Down" and "Kibbles & Bits" and more. LP, Vinyl record album
(Original pressing. Cover has light edge wear and some staining along part of the opening.)