Monthly Archives: September 2014

Digital Underground – This Is An E.P. Release (July 1, 1991)

Digital Underground’s 1990 debut Sex Packets was a huge success. It sold over a million units and helped the playful bay area group develop a strong following. The album would eventually make its way onto The Source Magazine’s top 100 Hip-hop albums of … Continue reading

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Poor Righteous Teachers – Pure Poverty (July 1, 1991)

We last left the Poor Righteous Teachers in 1990, releasing their debut album Holy Intellect. While Holy Intellect did not move a ton of units, on the strength of “Rock Dis Funky Joint” the PRT’s were able to establish a solid … Continue reading

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Tony D. – Droppin’ Funky Verses (July 1, 1991)

hop producer Tony D also rapped on the side. Tony D eventually parlayed his night-time passion into deal and released his solo debut Droppin’ Funky Verses on the now defunct label, 4th & Broadway. I wasn’t aware this album existed until I ran across it … Continue reading

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