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College Boyz – Nuttin’ Less, Nuttin’ Mo’ (October 4, 1994)

  The last time we heard from the College Boyz was back in 1992 with the release of their debut album Radio Fusion Radio. The album produced three singles, all which had modest success on the charts, but the album … Continue reading

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Common – Resurrection (October 4, 1994)

How is that for timing? Today’s post is on Common’s sophomore effort, Resurrection, and his 12th studio album, Let Love comes out this Friday! Read this post and then go check out his new album this weekend.    Shortly after … Continue reading

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PMD – Shade Business (September 27, 1994)

Prior to the release of their fourth album, Business Never Personal, EPMD was dealing with internal strife. In late 1991, Parrish’s home was broken into and when the culprits were apprehended they claimed Erick Sermon paid them to do the … Continue reading

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Craig Mack – Project: Funk Da World (September 20, 1994)

No rational thinking hip-hop head will argue with the fact that The Notorious B.I.G. built the Bad Boy label (on Puff Daddy’s dime) that dominated east coast hip-hop and r&b during the mid-nineties. His platinum selling debut album, Ready To … Continue reading

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Da Youngsta’s – No Mercy (September 20, 1994)

  Da Youngsta’s have always been a bit of an enigma to me. When they came on the scene in 1992 with their debut album Somethin 4 Da Youngsta’s, the brother-cousin trio (brothers Taji and Quran Goodman and cousin, Tarik … Continue reading

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The Notorious B.I.G. – Ready To Die (September 13, 1994)

From the mid-eighties to early nineties, Big Daddy Kane was the undisputed King of Brooklyn, but by 1994 (some may contest even earlier) it was clear that his reign was coming to an end. The mid-nineties would usher in a … Continue reading

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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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