Monthly Archives: June 2015

Digital Underground – Sons Of The P (October 15, 1991)

Though most of you may have forgotten (or were not yet born), by 1991 Digital Underground was one of the hottest up and coming groups in hip-hop. Led by the cool laid back ringleader Shock G and his alter-ego court … Continue reading

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The U.M.C.’s – Fruits Of Nature (October 15, 1991)

Carlos “Hass G” Evans and “Kool Kim” Sharpton met while working at the Statue of Liberty in New York city, along with future Wu-Tang Clan members U-God, Method Man, and Inspectah Deck. All 5 parties would hone their skills spitting … Continue reading

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Marley Marl – In Control Volume II (October 7, 1991)

In 1988 hip-hop super producer Marley Marl’s released In Control Vol.I, which was a compilation album that showcased members of the legendary Juice Crew, who were all up and coming artists when it was released. Pretty much all of them … Continue reading

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Scarface – Mr. Scarface Is Back (October 1, 1991)

In the summer of 1991 The Geto Boys dropped, depending how you look at it, their 2nd, 3rd or 4th album We Can’t Be Stopped (read my review on it for detail explanation to what I mean), which was a commercial and … Continue reading

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Public Enemy – Apocalypse 91…The Enemy Strikes Black (October 1, 1991)

Fear Of A Black Planet ends with someone asking Chuck D to talk about the future of Public Enemy. As Chuck starts to respond the album abruptly ends. As you may remember the seams of the team begin to fall apart … Continue reading

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A Tribe Called Quest – The Low End Theory (September 24, 1991)

If you read Time Is Illmatic with in regularity you already know how much I’m in love with A Tribe Called Quest. They are easily my favorite hip-hop group of all time. But even with my deepest devotion to ATCQ, my … Continue reading

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