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A once underappreciated later effort from the mighty Run DMC – with slightly harder hitting beats, and an overall terse style (hence the title) that was always more effective than it got credit for at the time – and it's ultimately the crew's last solid beginning-to-end LP! Of course ... LP, Vinyl record album
The classic debut of Poor Righteous Teachers – a creative benchmark for the Five Percenter movement – and one best records to come from the dawn of the 90s hip hop scene! Tight group rap of the highest dawn of caliber – with a distinct approach, courtesy of leader and lyricist ... LP, Vinyl record album
A fresh take on instrumental hip hop from Richmond, VA producer/beatmaker Tuamie! Tuamie's excellent entry in theHouse Shoes Presents series on Street Corner (Volume 4) hipped us to Tuamie's craft, inspired by 90s boombap, adventurous samples and global rhythms – and Masta Killa really ... LP, Vinyl record album
Whodini's third LP, and a set that has the group still going strong! Titles include the hits "One Love" and "Funky Beat", the goofy "I'm A Ho" – and the titles "The Good Part", "Echo Scratch", "Growing Up", and "Fugitive". LP, Vinyl record album
Ghostface's follow up to Supreme Clientele – a tough predecessor to live up, no doubt about that – but Bulletproof Wallets is still a cut or 10 above some of the Wu work of the later 90s and early 00s! The single "Ghost Showers" is a great track, and "Never Be The Same ... LP, Vinyl record album
K-Tel compilation with 10 tracks in all: "Raw" by Big Daddy Kane, "Beauty & The Beat" by Salt-N-Pepa, "Because I Got It Like That" by the Jungle Brothers, "Plug Tunin" by De La Soul, "Going Back To Cali" by LL Cool J, "You Gots To ... LP, Vinyl record album
The Roots return with their first album on Def Jam – a rich batch of soulful, heavier moods, cultural reflection, and some incredible modern Philly funk playing behind the thoughtful rhymes – probably the deepest album to appear on Def Jam in the past decade or so! Game Theory shares ... LP, Vinyl record album
Chicago hip hop from Galapagos4. This debut release from the label includes "Be Where? (Beware!)" by Anacron, "Easy Speak" by Offwhyte, "Ketchup" by the Pacifics, "Simple Harmonic Motion" by Yoda, Silis, & Offwhyte, "Serving Verses" by Serf 400 ... LP, Vinyl record album
Danny Brown moves over the Warp label still riding high on a longstanding creative win streak – title aside, this exhibition is magnificent – hopping back and forth stylistically between straight-forward, compelling boom bap and brazenly manic weirdness! Danny's bugged out approach to ... LP, Vinyl record album