Monthly Archives: December 2019

Keith Murray – The Most Beautifullest Thing In This World (November 8, 1994)

I hope you all are enjoying your holiday season! This will be my last post for 2019. As 2020 begins, I’ll be “rapping” up 1994 and start revisiting the year that was 1995. Thanks for rocking with me, folks, and … Continue reading

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Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth – The Main Ingredient (November 8, 1994)

Pete Rock & CL Smooth made quite the impression with their 1992 debut full-length release Mecca & The Soul Brother. The album showcased the undeniable chemistry between CL’s slick rhyming ability and Pete Rock’s jazzy production style, and while it … Continue reading

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Lords Of The Underground – Keepers Of The Funk (November 1, 1994)

The Lords Of The Underground made some noise in 1993 with their debut album Here Come The Lords, thanks in large part to Marley Marl’s stamp of approval and he and K-Def’s solid production work. The album spawned a few … Continue reading

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Brand Nubian – Everything Is Everything (Novemeber 1, 1994)

We last heard from the Now Rule (aka New Rochelle, NY) threesome of Lord Jamar, Sadat X and DJ Sincere, collectively known as Brand Nubian, in 1993 with their sophomore album (but the first release post Grand Puba), In God … Continue reading

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