Archive for the Hhv.De Category
Born in the Indian city of Gauhati, Jitwam grew up in New Zealand, Australia and London and lived in Thai monasteries and South African orphanages. Gradually, he gained the tools of an accomplished multi-instrumentalist, singer and producer. He has now arrived in Brooklyn – as sedentary as you can be […]
Another milestone of Hip Hop’s Golden Era gets an all official vinyl re-release through HHV. Smif-N-Wessun’s debut album “Dah’ Shinin” is an early Boot Camp Clikk release with features by Black Moon, Heltah Skeltah and the Originoo Gunn Clappaz and entirely produced by Da Beatminerz. Essential pick!
Mellow and jazzy vibes from the Westcoast Underground over here. “The Sight Of Things” of The Nonce was the 1998 follow-up to their classic debut “World Ultimate”. The deluxe reissue contains all tracks of the original EP plus cuts from the accompanying 12” singles. Fully new artwork by Ian Johnson.
The Grouch’s debut album from 1995, “Don’t Talk To Me”, gets its first ever vinyl edition. Being a founding member of the Living Legends crew, The Grouch has made his name from the mid-90’s on as one of the leading artists out of the flourishing West Coast Underground scene. All […]
The Grouch’s sophomore album from 1996, “Nothing Changes”, gets its first ever vinyl edition. Being a founding member of the Living Legends crew, The Grouch has made his name from the mid-90’s on as one of the leading artists out of the flourishing West Coast Underground scene. All independently, all […]
The fifth studio album from The Doppelgangaz. A statement piece solidifying their unique sound and brand through the lens of the Black Cloak Lifestyle. Raw and rugged, yet refined.