Monthly Archives: July 2015

D-Nice – To Tha Rescue (November 26, 1991)

D-Nice will never be on anyone’s top 5, 10, 20, or 100 emcee list, and that is not a knock on Derrick. I’m sure he’ll even tell you he’s a deejay first and emcee second. The former BDP deejay had … Continue reading

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Dynamic Twins – Word 2 The Wize (May, 7, 1991)

Late edition. For those keeping track at home, put this one right after Terminator X & The Valley Of The Jeep Beats. As I’ve mentioned a time or two in the past, In 1997 I took a hip-hop hiatus. Biggie’s Life … Continue reading

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2pac – 2pacalypse Now (November 12, 1991)

2Pacalypse Now marks the beginning of the solo career of arguably the most influential rapper in the history of hip-hop. Tupac Shakur. I’m not going to write an in-depth bio on his life as there is already a movie and gazillions … Continue reading

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Big Daddy Kane – Prince Of Darkness (October 29,1991)

BDK will always be on my top 10 dead or alive list, and if he’s not on yours I strongly suggest you re-evaluate it immediately. We last left the suave wordsmith in 1990 with his third release Taste Of Chocolate. The … Continue reading

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Organized Konfusion – Organized Konfusion (October 29, 1991)

The east coast produced several legendary groups and emcees in the nineties. Many of whom are still recording and releasing music independently today, and even more that are able to tour all over the world performing their classics from back in the day. One … Continue reading

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Ice Cube – Kill At Will (July, 1, 1990)

As I mentioned in the last post, I completely missed Ice Cube’s EP Kill At Will when initially sorting through my crates for this stunt blog. But like they say, there is no better time than the present. For those keeping track at … Continue reading

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Ice Cube – Death Certificate (October 29, 1991)

In 1990 Ice Cube established himself as arguably the top rapper in hip-hop, thanks to the release of his debut solo album Amerikka Most Wanted (which just made me realize that I completely forgot to review Kill At Will, which … Continue reading

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