Monthly Archives: September 2015

The Disposable Heroes Of Hiphoprisy – Hypocrisy Is The Greatest Luxury (March 3, 1992)

This is one of those albums that I look at and have to ask myself “why did I buy this album, again?”. I don’t mean that in a this-album-is-hot-garbage kind of way, especially considering this is the first time I’ve … Continue reading

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Boogie Down Productions – Sex & Violence (February 25, 1992)

BDP was always been respected for their hardcore formula of hip-hop, substance, and unlike many of their peers, the integrity to never follow the trends. I’ve always thought their first three albums were a bit inconsistent, but on the fourth album … Continue reading

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Fu-Schnickens – F.U. “Don’t Take It Personal” (February 25, 1992)

In the early 00’s, Nas was in the middle of a war of words with Jay-Z. After Jay-Z released the monster dis track “Take Over”, it appeared he had ended Escobar’s career, which was seemingly on life support at the time anyway, since … Continue reading

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Lord Finesse – Return Of The Funky Man (February 11, 1992)

Oh, how time flies when you’re…living. I can’t believe its been nearly three years (almost to the date) that I posted on Lord Finesse’s debut album Funky Technician. Funky Technician was released on the now defunct Cold Chillin’ label, and … Continue reading

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Sir Mix-A-Lot – Mack Daddy (February 4, 1992)

We last heard from Sir Mix-A-Lot in ’89 after the release of his sophomore album Seminar, which I found in the dollar bin a few years ago. While a few of the singles did stir up a bit of nostalgia … Continue reading

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Biz Markie – Goin’ Off (February 22, 1988)

Hope you’ll had a wonderful Labor Day weekend. You can file this one before He’ s The DJ, I’m The Rapper. As I mentioned a few post ago, the 4th piece to my Biz Markie collection was due to arrive … Continue reading

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K-Solo (Tell The World My Name) – May 22, 1990

For those keeping record at home: file this one after Amerikkka’s Most Wanted. Kevin Madison, better known to the world as K-Solo, is a New York native that came of age during the golden era of hip-hop. He was known … Continue reading

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