Monthly Archives: January 2016

Da Lench Mob – Guerillas In Tha Mist (September 22, 1992)

By 1992, Ice Cube was arguably the hottest rapper in the game. After leaving N.W.A. he released back to back critically acclaimed and platinum selling solo albums, and begin to get his feet wet in Hollywood, with his debut starring role as the … Continue reading

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Bushwick Bill – Little Big Man (September 8, 1992)

While in the mist of listening and working on Willie D’s IGOLS write-up, coincidently, I ran into today’s subject at on of my favorite used music spots. Maybe this was no coincidence, but more divine intervention. Maybe it was a part of … Continue reading

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Willie D – I’m Goin’ Out Lika Soldier (September 15, 1992)

The Houston, TX born and bred rapper Willie James Dennis, better known to the world as Willie D, will forever be remembered as a third (and for a short period of time, half) of the Houston based rap group, the Geto … Continue reading

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Public Enemy – Greatest Misses (September 15, 1992)

As important as the Beastie Boys and LL Cool J were to help build the Def Jam empire, just as much credit should be given to Public Enemy for helping sustain it during the late eighties to mid nineties. While … Continue reading

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Chubb Rock – And The Winner Is… (1989)

This is one of a handful of new adds to my collection that were release prior to 1992. I was planning on posting on these after I finished up the rest of 1992, but since the last post was on I Gotta … Continue reading

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Chubb Rock – I Gotta Get Mine Yo! – September 1, 1992

Richard Simpson, better know to the world as Chubb Rock, is a Kingston, Jamaica born emcee who moved to Brooklyn, NY as a kid. Chubb Rock was a pre-med student at Brown University when he received the hip-hop bug and … Continue reading

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MC Serch – Return Of The Product (August 25, 1992)

What better way to start off the new year than with a New Years Day post. Happy New Year! After two consecutive gold selling albums, trouble begin to rear its ugly head in the 3rd Bass camp. While on tour promoting their sophomore album Derelicts … Continue reading

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