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Big Daddy Kane – Daddy’s Home (September 13, 1994)

After losing some respect and street cred from a lot of his male fan base with the debacle that was Prince Of Darkness (that also included the posse cut “Come On Down” that Q-Tip was a guest on (Tribe Degrees … Continue reading

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The Legion – Theme + Echo = Krill (August 30, 1994)

The subject of today’s post is a crew that I’m sure most of you never heard of or completely forgot about. The Legion were a three man crew out of The Bronx, consisting of Cee-Low, Chucky Smash and Molecules (which … Continue reading

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UGK – Super Tight… (August 30, 1994)

Before we start this post, shout out to Bun B for his recent act of heroism. Much respect! And rest in peace to Pimp C.  UGK made their national debut in November of 1992 with their Jive Records debut album, … Continue reading

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Public Enemy – Muse Sick-N-Hour Mess Age (August 23, 1994)

The last time we heard from PE was in 1992 with their half new material-half remixes album Greatest Misses. I thought it was almost a complete waste of wax (read my thoughts on the album here), but it was clearly … Continue reading

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Organized Konfusion – STRESS: The Extinction Agenda (August 16, 1994)

We first heard from the two man crew of Pharoahe Monch and Prince Poe, collectively known as Organized Konfusion, in 1991 when they dropped their self-titled debut album. Staying true to their Queens roots, the duo mixed boom-bap and jazzy … Continue reading

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Gravediggaz – 6 Feet Deep (August 9, 1994)

I’d be remiss if I didn’t start this post off by saying rest in peace to Richard “Bushwick Bill” Shaw. Rest easy, black man.  The Gravediggaz are an offshoot group consisting of Frukwan (formerly of Stetsasonic) aka The Gatekeeper, Poetic … Continue reading

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Boogiemonsters – Riders Of The Storm: The Underwater Album (August 2, 1994)

Just like Top Quality, Dred Scott, The UMC’s and Ill Al Skratch, the Boogiemonsters are another group that came on scene and, as Nas once said, “popped for a minute, spit a sentence” then the game got rid of them. … Continue reading

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