Archive for the Rap/Hip-Hop Category
After the release of his second solo album, Vicious Lies & Dangerous Rumours, Big Boi followed executive L.A. Reid, who signed OutKast in the early ’90s, from Def Jam to Epic, and with Phantogram recorded the Big Grams EP. Big Boi’s continued interest in alternate routes notwithstanding, his third solo […]
Repressed; previously: impossible-to-get RSD 2017 release. “To celebrate the 25th Anniversary of UGK’s first album, Get On Down goes the extra mile, presenting it for the first time ever on vinyl. And 2-LP clear vinyl at that, giving the strutting, funky grooves the chance to really stretch out on your […]
This is the first project that Freddie Gibbs has released since his recent acquittal of false charges he faced in Europe. It features production from Speakerbomb, Kaytranada, BadBadNotGood, and more. The art was done by Vlad Sepetov, the same designer that has done art for Kendrick Lamar’s “DAMN.” and “To […]
All-Amerikkkan Bada$$ is the sophomore album from Joey Bada$$. The project features some high profile artists. Joey Bada$$ is coming off the heels of starring in the award-winning TV show Mr. Robot and his single, Devastated being RIAA certified gold. Raised in Brooklyn, New York, Joey is a founding member […]
These days everything you consume has to be checked – a vibrant outside can hide a genetically modified Frankenstein interior. Finding that 100% organically grown with no artificial rhymes can be difficult. This album is for those looking for something less calculated. Powerful production runs the range from soulful, funk […]
Which Doobie U B? is the debut studio album by the Latino rap group Funkdoobiest. DJ Muggs was the executive producer for this album. Tracks on the album are performed by Son Doobie and Tomahawk Funk, including additional Cypress Hill member B-Real on the track “Wopbabalubop”. Hence the album is […]
P.O.S., Minneapolis rapper and founding member of Doomtree, releases his first solo album since 2012’s We Don’t Even Live Here. Chill, Dummy marks the rapper’s return to form following a 2014 kidney transplant. Features Justin Vernon, Astronautalis, Kathleen Hanna, Lizzo, Allan Kingdom, Busdriver and Open Mike Eagle and many others.
After releasing his debut on vinyl “REEL STREET JAZZ” with his buddy BluntOne the Hungarian beatmaker Mujo is back with another dope Instrumental release. On “Nature Friend” you can listen to 30 of the finest jazzy beats. Enjoy these crispy, natural release!
Debut Stones Throw full-length album from LA emcee The Koreatown Oddity, produced by Vex Ruffin. Finna Be Past Tense is a 12 track record lasting almost 33 minutes and for this joint The Koreatown Oddity joined forces with Vex Ruffin, a fellow artist from the Stones Throw roster, who produced […]
On the heels of his recent album Vignettes, Redefinition is repackaging and reissuing Damu the Fudgemunk’s critically acclaimed debut EP that has long been out of print. Updated with new artwork, the project includes all five vocal tracks that feature MC, Raw Poetic in their entirety with selected instrumentals, bonus […]
Mahatma X is a hip-hop trio based in Philadelphia, PA. Initially created in 2013 in St. Andrews, Scotland by producer MALK as an instrumental-beat tape project, he would later be joined by Jhana Gumption as live drummer and Jahred as MC. The group mixes live instrumentation along with samples to […]
The Muggs Presents The Soul Assassins (Chapter 1) album was originally released in 1997 and is produced by DJ Muggs. It features tracks from a veritable ‘who’s who’ list of rappers like Dr. Dre & B Real, Mobb Deep, RZA/GZA & Genius (Wu-Tang Clan), Krs-One (Boogie Down Productions), Goodie Mob […]
2016 release, the third studio album by Canadian singer and songwriter The Weeknd. The album features guest contributions from musicians Daft Punk, singer Lana Del Rey, and rappers Future and Kendrick Lamar. The album is supported by the title track/lead single “Starboy “.
A decade after Lupe Fiasco exploded onto the hip-hop scene with his seminal 2006 debut Food & Liquor, the Chicago native is closing the chapter on his career with his most visualized projects yet. The independent rapper, who parted ways with his former label Atlantic Records following the release of […]
2016 release from the rapper. Includes the single “Let ’em Know.” No matter what is being supplied, a hustler is only as good as his word. With Atlanta serving up some of the hottest product in the rap game, native son Young Jeezy stands as one of the most exciting […]
Reissued on 180g audiophile vinyl for the first time since 1999! Kool Keith is an American rapper from The Bronx known for his surreal, abstract and often profane or incomprehensible lyrics. Black Elvis/Lost in Space is the fourth studio album by mc Kool Keith, but recorded under the alias of […]