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Tracks include "Face Down", "Conspiracy", "Street Nigguz", "It Was Onyx", "Black Dust", "One Nation", "Fuck Dat", "Raze It Up", "Shut 'Em Down", and the "Shut 'Em Down" remix featuring Noreaga and ... LP, Vinyl record album
Tracks include "Fantastic 4" featuring Big Pun, Noreaga, Canibus & Cam'Ron, "Gangsta Shit" featuring Jay-Z & Ja Rule, "Whatever You Want" featuring Flipmode Squad, "Queensfinest" featuring Nas, "The Professional" featuring Mobb Deep & ... LP, Vinyl record album
The mindblowing third album from Public Enemy – their second straight up masterpiece in a row – a more densely-layered effort than anything they'd down before or since! Agitprop lyricism laced with soundbite samples from myriad sources that get the point over nearly as fiecely as Chuck' ... LP, Vinyl record album
Stone classic LL Cool J! There was a time we didn't really rate this one on the same level as Radio, but listening with fresh ears after all these years – prime old school Def Jam with an energy that's really missing in so much of the hip hop to follow in the next couple years – and ... 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
The soundtrack to the action flick with DMX and Jet Li. Tracks include "X Gon Give It To Ya" by DMX, "Go To Sleep" by Eminem & DMX, "What's It All For?" by Bazaar Royale, "Follow Me Gangster" by 50 Cent & G-Unit, "Stompdash**outu" CNN feat ... LP, Vinyl record album
Leave it to career iconoclast Nas to declare Hip Hop Is Dead on his Def Jam debut – a defiantly straight up hip hop record that's one of the leanest full lengths he's delivered since his abbreviated debut masterpiece! Hip Hop Is Dead, not surprisingly, is actually a very lively LP – ... LP, Vinyl record album
Includes "Fast Talk Man" which was co-produced by a young Grand Puba, plus "Funky Reggae", "DJ Imitators", "Spanish Fly", "Let's Dance", "Young, Gifted & Black", "Mike Chanter", "Western Style", "The Girl's ... LP, Vinyl record album
Major label debut from the Memphis innovators. Waaay before winning an Oscar, these guys were watching too many late night horror flicks, and it shows. Classic M-Town buck that influenced the entire Southern Rap genre. Contains "Prophet Posse", "Spill My Blood", "Tear Da ... LP, Vinyl record album
A compelling instrumentals set from producer Jansport J – with a big sound, head nodding beatcraft that rarely lets up, and some really great use of samples – a set that feels inspired by classic hip hop without falling back on a "golden age" vibe. He's got an adventurous ... LP, Vinyl record album