Neek the Exotic – Exotic’s Raw

Large Professor has recently re-entered the spotlight with the release of his LP Professor @ Large and a vocal appearance on Nas‘s new classic album Life is Good. I decided to post up one of his lesser known works, “Exotic’s READ MORE…

Butt Breaks

The Butts Band – awesome name for a group. Despite this album having a very soulful/funky/reggae sound, the original members of the band were actually rejects and remaining members from rock legends The Doors. The members met while auditioning to READ MORE…

George Kerr – If This World Were Mine

Why am I posting up a mediocre cover of a Marvin Gaye classic? Because George Kerr deserves some credit. He’s not the best known artist amongst soul and sample fans, but he’s done more for Hip-Hop than you probably realize. READ MORE…

Diggin’ 07/14

Bought about 40 LP’s this past weekend, with lots of gems. Plus, finally got a copy of Cerrone‘s “Rocket in the Pocket” incase I feel like throwing a block party lol. Below are a few… Joe Farrell – Upon This READ MORE…

Q-Tip – It’s Yours

A Tribe Called Quest was one of the greatest groups to exist in Hip-Hop. If you were like me in 1998, you were anxiously awaiting the release of “The Love Movement” LP. Slightly after “Find a Way” was well solidified READ MORE…

O.C. – Straight No Chaser

Back in 2000, underground Hip-Hop 12-inch singles were being released every week. Whether you were visiting Fat Beats in downtown NYC or ordering online from Sandbox Automatic, there was never a shortage of dope music. J-Love was just starting to READ MORE…

Don’t Get Mad (Get Even)

Gypsy credits themselves as “the original jam band” (!?) on their website (guess they aren’t fans of Grateful Dead). The group hailing from Minnesota is best known for their hit single “Gypsy Queen Pt. 1 & 2” and being the READ MORE…