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The last album from Prodigy & Havoc's classic run in the 90s – still with the distinctively raw, now legendary street style of the early to mid-period Mobb Deep – with appearances by Nas, Raekwon, Big Noyd, 8-Ball, Lil Cease, Lil Kim and more. In their prime, Mobb Deep had a way of ... LP, Vinyl record album
Tracks include "Ghetto Lifestyles", "Hip Hop Knowledge", "Get Yourself Up", "Krush Them", "Shutupayouface", "What Kinda World", "I Will Make It", "The Lessin", "Attendance", "False Pride", "Sneak ... LP, Vinyl record album
The fantastic first album from LL Cool J – one that really kicked off a whole new school of hip hop – the early Def Jam era! Radio features straight up excellent early Def production from Rick Rubin and loads of tight tracks from LL – whose charisma continued to flow for the next ... LP, Vinyl record album
Beautiful beats from Like – aka Gabriel Stevensen, hence the title of the record – music that's maybe more laidback, and more personal than the usual set of hip hop instrumentals – and which often features superb electric piano as well! In fact, the piano is so great on some ... LP, Vinyl record album
Includes "Ain't No Click" featuring Tony Yayo, "Playboy", "Warrior", "I Get High" with 50 Cent & Snoop, "I'm So Fly", "Work Magic" with Young Buck, "If You So Gangsta", "Warrior Part 2" with Eminem, 50 & Nate ... LP, Vinyl record album
Snoop's back, with guest spots and production by the Neptunes, Premier, Jay Z, Redman, Nate Dogg and others, and it's a real guilty pleasure. Snoop is Snoop, there's nothing fresh at all here, but whether you like the pooch or not, this without a doubt his tightest batch since Doggystyle. It's ... LP, Vinyl record album
At this point LL was definitely going for radio play, and it worked, with a tight pop formula and lots of very catchy tracks. Still, commercial crossover in '89 was a little different story and there's more than a handful of great tracks here, with LL in true form on "I'm That Type of ... LP, Vinyl record album
This is the small combo recording of tracks from the legendary jazz score to I Want To Live! Although not featured that prominently in the film, the band of Gerry Mulligan, Art Farmer, Bud Shank, and others were a pretty tight little group – even though it was strange to see this west coast ... LP, Vinyl record album