Guru – Behold

R.I.P. to Guru, whose birthday recently passed on July 17th. To celebrate his career, I posted up a rare 12-inch I found while digging in the crates a few days ago. Once again, underground producer and DJ J-Love is behind READ MORE…

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…