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✨✧ Erykah BaduNew Amerykah Part Two (Return Of The Ankh) ... LP
Motown, 2010. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... $22.99 24.98
The second chapter of Erykah Badu's New Amerykah – recorded for the most part, quite incredibly, during the same period and with the same collaborators as the mind-altering, murky and righteous hip hop funk experimentalism that was Part One – some months that must be among the most dizzyingly creative in Badu's career! We're reluctant to call Return Of The The Ankh a lighter listen than its predecessor, but, it's a less dense and outwardly experimental batch in the sonic realm – the emotionalism and the head nodding warmth is at the forefront, yet she's as uncompromising and real as ever. The sound is still innovative, unique and her own on all fronts, but the songs chosen for Part Two are ones you want to approach and embrace from the opening seconds – there's not as much of a tripped out overall vibe and you don't need to acclimate from a distance – these songs pull you right in! Includes collaborations with James Poyser, Shafiq Husayn, Ta'Raach, Karriem Riggins, Madlib and Georgia Anne Muldrow. Includes "20 Feet Tall", "Window Seat", "Agitation", "Turn Me Away (Get Munny)", "Gone Baby, Don't Be Long", "Love", "Out My Mind, Just In Time" and more. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ MED/Blu/MadlibBurgundy EP ... LP
Bang Ya Head Entertainment, 2013. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A promising EP from the team of tight west coast playmakers MED & Blu – with Madlib holding down the production – and released y MED's own Bang Ya Head label! It's one of those situations in which somewhat divergent styles meld brilliantly – with MED's no nonsense rhyme style, the always creative Blu right there with him, and Madlib delivering jazz funk backdrop and inventive beats. Guests on the EP include Black Spade and Jimetta Rose – plus one remixed track that's produced by Georgia Anne Muldrow. Includes "Burgundy Whip" with Jimetta Rose (plus instrumental and acapella versions), "Belly Full" with Black Spade (plus instrumental and acapella) and Georgia Anne Muldrow's Gee-Mix of "This Is Your Life" (plus instrumental). LP, Vinyl record album
(Burgundy vinyl pressing.)

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✨✧ Mos DefEcstatic ... CD
Downtown, 2009. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Mos Def's first for Downtown after a weird few years on Geffen that saw many a bumped street date, the hit & miss New Danger, and finally, the semi aborted release of the controversial True Magic – back with a top shelf, excellent album in 2009's The Ecstatic! It may not be Black Star or Black On Both Sides, but The Ecstatic is absolutely strong stuff, and to be honest, much better than we would have expected – even if we knew he had great hip hop left in him! The beats are compelling, unpredictable, and steeped in abstract global funk that would sound at home on Stones Throw – some of the beats are literally Stones Throw, given Madlib's Beat Konducta and Oh No's Oxperimental sounds to be found. If we weren't already loving it, Slick Rick drops an unforgettable guest appearance on the the moody "Auditorium", Georgia Anne Muldrow does her inimitable thing on "Roses", and Talib Kweli rhymes on "History". Mos rhymes skillfully throughout, and with an infectious immediacy, as if he dropped records this tight all the time. Sadly, he doesn't, so this one's all the more rewarding! Other tracks include "Twilite Speedball", "Revelations", "Pretty Danger", "Quiet Dog", "The Embassy", "Wahid", "Priority" and more. CD
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