Monthly Archives: October 2016

Masta Ace Incorporated – SlaughtaHouse (May, 4 1993)

We last heard from Masta Ace in 1990 with his debut album Take A Look Around. The album didn’t move a ton of units, but it was a critical success. Nearly three years later Ace would switch labels (leaving Cold … Continue reading

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The Coup – Kill My Landlord (May 4, 1993)

The Coup is an Oakland based group that came on the national scene in the early nineties. Upon its conception, The Coup consisted of three: chief emcee, Boots Riley, E Roc and the group’s deejay, Pam The Funkstress (nowadays, they’re … Continue reading

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Run DMC – Down With The King (May 4, 1993)

We last heard from Run DMC on 1990’s Back From Hell. For those who don’t read my blog religiously, a quick recap: Back From Hell had the legendary group copying current trends and sounds in an attempt to fit in … Continue reading

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Freestyle Fellowship – Innercity Griots (April 27, 1993)

Freestyle Fellowship is the Los Angeles collective consisting of Aceyalone, Mikah Nine, Mtulazaji. PeAce (who I’ll simply refer to as Peace from here on out) and Self Jupiter. They originally came on the scene in 1991 with their debut album To Whom It … Continue reading

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