Monthly Archives: March 2016

Eazy E – 5150 Home 4 Tha Sick (December 15, 1992)

After Cube dropped four niggas and started making all the dough, N.W.A. was still able to pick up the pieces and drop two controversial and very commercially successful projects without him. But by 1992 the seams begin to fall apart within the … Continue reading

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Paris – Sleeping With The Enemy (November 24, 1992)

When Paris came on the scene in 1990 with his debut album The Devil Made Me Do, he created quite a bit of controversy with the title track and its militant stance, calling out the white man for his many transgressions since the conception … Continue reading

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Gone Too Soon…

I’ve been feeling under the weather for the passed few weeks (I was actually diagnosed with pneumonia this past Monday), which has caused a delay in me posting reviews. But when I got the news from my sister this morning … Continue reading

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Kool G. Rap & DJ Polo – Live And Let Die (November 24, 1992)

Anybody that reads my blog with any regularity knows how I feel about Kool G. Rap. But for those who don’t, a quick summary: he’s a great lyricist that doesn’t receive nearly the amount of credit he deserves. After going back and … Continue reading

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The Pharcyde – Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde (November 24, 1992)

While the west coast may not be the originators of gangsta rap (that title is often credited to Philly native Schoolly D), there is no disputing that they innovated the style, adding their own left coast swag to it, and … Continue reading

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Ice Cube – The Predator (November 17, 1992)

As I mentioned a few weeks ago in the Guerillas In The Mist post, Ice Cube was the hottest rapper alive in 1992. After helping put Compton on the map as part of N.W.A. with their controversial debut album Straight Outta … Continue reading

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