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Hip Hop — CDs

XOld school, true school, golden age, random rap, west coast, east coast, independent, southern, and midwestern hip hop -- as well as some commercial classics!

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✨✧ GreyboyMastered The Art ... CD
Ubiquity, 2001. Used ... $3.99
Excellent work from Greyboy – his first album in years, and well worth the wait! The set shows considerable growth in his style – yet should still also be extremely pleasing to fans of his older work, as he's kept the commitment to mixing heavy hip hop beats with tight funky jazz, and only expanded the mood to incorporate a lot of new influences. The mood of the album is nice and dark – and although a few tracks feature hip hop lyrics from Main Flow, the real strength of the set is in the instrumental grooves – augmented here by guest appearances by Dave Pike and Elgin Park. Titles include "Ghetto Boogie", "Mastered The Art", "Hold It Down", "Marrakesh", "Dealin With The Archives", "Bath Music", "Logan's Run", "Smokescreen", and "Mastered The Art (Nicola Conte Jet Sounds rmx)". (Deep Funk, Hip Hop) CD

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✨✧ Queen LatifahAll Hail The Queen ... CD
Tommy Boy, 1989. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
The fantastic debut of Queen Latifah – a record that was done way before she was a star on the screen, and a set that also set a whole new standard for the female voice in hip hop as well! As you can tell by the cover, Latifah's got a proud, righteous vibe on the set – working with the Flavor Unit, and some especially great production from Mark The 45 King – who keeps things crisp and funky while the Queen serves up some fantastic lines! Other production work is by KRS One, Louis Vega, and Prince Paul – the last of whom handles the fantastic "Mama Gave Birth To The Soul Children", which features guest work from De La Soul. Other cuts include "Princess Of The Posse", "Ladies First", "Wrath Of My Madness", "Come Into My House", "Evil That Men Do", "A King & Queen Creation", "Latifah's Law", and "Dance For Me". CD
(Out of print, CRC pressing.)

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VariousNew Jack City – Original Soundtrack ... CD
Giant/Reprise, 1991. Used ... $2.99
The movie may not be one of the all-time classic action films, but it certainly gave the world a pretty great soundtrack – one that gave key mainstream exposure to some hip hop acts, and also served up a few mainstream R&B hits as well! Plus, the whole thing also gave Ice T some of his first big time on screen – although his performance in the classic "New Jack Hustler" is probably the best thing about the record! Other tracks include the slinky love classic "I Wanna Sex You Up" by Color Me Badd – plus "In The Dust" by 2 Live Crew, "New Jack City" by Guy, "For The Love Of Money/Living For The City" by Troop/Levert with Queen Latifah, "(There You Go) Tellin' Me No Again" by Keith Sweat, "Lyrics 2 The Rhythm" by Essence, and "I'm Dreamin" by Christopher Williams. CD
(Out of print.)
 
 
 



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