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YAGGFU Front – Action Packed Adventure (January 18, 1994)

What is a Yaggfu Front? Well, it was a short-lived North Carolina based rap trio consisting of D’Ranged & Damaged, Spin 4th and Jingle Bel. “Yaggfu” is actually an acronym for “You are gonna get fucked up” (if you) front. … Continue reading

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T-Bone – Redeemed Hoodlum (August 1993)

The final backlog post. Look for the start of 1994 in the next few weeks! I’m sure most of you are not familiar with T-Bone, so allow me to give you a brief background. Born Rene Francisco Sotomayor to a … Continue reading

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Digital Underground – The Body-Hat Syndrome (October 5, 1993)

We last heard from the Oakland based collective, Digital Underground, in 1991 with their homage to P-funk album, Sons of The P. They would return at the tail end of 1993 with their fourth project, third full-length album, and their … Continue reading

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Mellow Man Ace – The Brother With Two Tongues (June 2, 1992)

Part two of my Mellow Man Ace posts. Enjoy. What’s It Take To Pull A Hottie (Like You)? – Mellow Man Ace kicks off The Brother With Two Tongues with a heavily r&b flavored track, and sounds thirsty as a … Continue reading

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Mellow Man Ace – Escape From Havana (August 30, 1989)

  Ulpiano Sergio Reyes, better known to the world as Mellow Man Ace, is a Cuban born rapper who moved from Cuba to Los Angles with his family at the age of four in the early seventies. He’s often credited … Continue reading

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College Boyz – Radio Fusion Radio (April 7, 1992)

R.M.G. (I’m not sure what that acronym stands for…hit me in the comments if you know)was a four man crew out of Baytown Texas consisting of DJ Cue, Squeak, B. Selector and the lead emcee Rom, who most of you … Continue reading

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J Rock – Streetwize (1991)

One of the reasons I love doing this blog is no matter how much I’m engulfed in the culture or how much of a hip-hop historian I think I am, there is always an artist and/or an album that I … Continue reading

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