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The classic by Schoolly D – his second album, and the one where he really hits his stride – with profane humor and classic drum machine and oddball sample flavored production! It's almost hard-to-believe nowadays, but the un-PC rhymes were straight up scandalous back in the day – ... LP, Vinyl record album
MOP's fourth find the Brownsville boys at their bleak, confrontational best. Once again, sprinkled with beats by DJ Premier that threaten to steal the show. Includes Welcome To Brownsville", "everyday", "Ante Up", "Face Off 2K1", "Warriorz", "Old ... LP, Vinyl record album
11 different beats and a track of vocal stab for scratching, all produced by Simon Harris, so it has a very 80s feel to it. One of the original "DJ Tool" or battle records. Titles include "Dancefloor Justice", "Go Go Steaming & Cranking", "Rough Neck ... LP, Vinyl record album
Tracks include"JOSE", "King Of NY" featuring Buju Banton, "My Lifestyle", "Fight Club" featuring MOP & Petey Pablo, "Murder Rap" featuring Armageddon, and a remix of "We Thuggin" that features R Kelly, Busta Rhymes, Noreaga, & Remy! ... LP, Vinyl record album
A crossover classic from the late Nipsey Hussle – the kind of record that should have marked the beginning of a big new wave of fame, had he not been taken from us all too soon! There's a nicely crispy vibe here – both in the compact production, which never sounds too stripped-down, ... LP, Vinyl record album
Classic work from Fantastic Four – who are really hitting their stride vocally, moving into a whole new sound from their work in the late 60s. The groove is a mix of 70s harmony soul and early Westbound disco – and the longish tracks get quite involved, both vocally and arrangement-wise ... LP, Vinyl record album
What can we say? This is the ultimate Miles Davis album – the one that includes so many songs that we've heard way too much in Starbucks, in retail stores, or at a friend's house who claims to be a "jazz expert", but is really a yuppie dilettante. Yet somehow, over all the years, ... LP, Vinyl record album