Monthly Archives: June 2016

2pac – Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z… (February 16, 1993)

After the release of his debut album 2pacalypse Now, a lot of things begin to change for 2pac. With one solo album under his belt and a starring role in the 1992 hood classic movie Juice, Pac was quickly becoming a celebrity. … Continue reading

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Kam – Neva Again (February 16, 1993)

It can be said that Craig A. Miller, better known to the world as Kam, put the LA neighborhood of Watts on the proverbial hip-hop map. Unlike many of his west coast counterparts, The Nation of Islam member chose to … Continue reading

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Brand Nubian – In God We Trust (February 2, 1993)

After the success of their debut album (both critically and commercially) One For All, Brand Nubian’s chief emcee, Grand Puba Maxwell left the group to pursue his solo career. This left Sadat (Derek) X and Lord Jamar to pick up the pieces … Continue reading

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Above The Law – Black Mafia Life (February 2, 1993)

1993 has gotten off to a colorful start. We started the year in a Blue Funk but now we move on to a Black Mafia Life. When it comes to west coast gangster rap and the G-funk sound, Above The … Continue reading

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Heavy D & The Boyz – Blue Funk (January 12, 1993)

We last heard from Heavy D & The Boyz in 1991 with the Peaceful Journey release. The album was dedicated to (well, at least the album title) Heavy’s backup dancer and friend, Trouble T-Roy, who died in a tragic accident in … Continue reading

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