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30th Anniversary

#30thAnniversary – Kool G Rap & DJ Polo “Live and Let Die”

#30thAnniversary – Kool G Rap & DJ Polo “Live and Let Die”

Kool G Rap’s third album and last one with DJ Polo “Live and Let Die” is often overlooked but arguably…
#30thAnniversary – The Pharcyde “Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde”

#30thAnniversary – The Pharcyde “Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde”

In an era where 99% of the Hip Hop music coming from the west coast was about shooting people and…
#30thAnniversary – Ice Cube “The Predator”

#30thAnniversary – Ice Cube “The Predator”

On November 17 1992, a couple of weeks after backing up and collaborating on Da Lench Mob “Guerillas in tha…
#30thAnniversary – Positive K “The Skills Dat Pay Da Bills”

#30thAnniversary – Positive K “The Skills Dat Pay Da Bills”

After multiple appearances on other rappers’ albums and on a compilation for First Priority, “Positive K” released “The Skills Dat…
#30thAnniversary – Da Lench Mob “Guerillas in tha Mist”

#30thAnniversary – Da Lench Mob “Guerillas in tha Mist”

At this point in 1992, Ice Cube’s NWA days were behind him and he already had two solo albums under…
#30thAnniversary – Grand Puba “Reel to Reel”

#30thAnniversary – Grand Puba “Reel to Reel”

After releasing albums with Master of Ceremony and Brand Nubian, Grand Puba was taking the solo route to drop some…
#30thAnniversary – Common Sense ‎”Can I Borrow A Dollar?”

#30thAnniversary – Common Sense ‎”Can I Borrow A Dollar?”

Common Sense signed a deal with Relativity Records in 1992 and released his first album “Can I Borrow A Dollar?”…
#30thAnniversary – Showbiz & A.G. “Runaway Slave”

#30thAnniversary – Showbiz & A.G. “Runaway Slave”

On the same day Diamond D put out the classic “Stunts, Blunts, & Hip Hop”, another outstanding LP from the…
#30thAnniversary – Diamond And The Psychotic Neurotics “Stunts, Blunts, & Hip Hop”

#30thAnniversary – Diamond And The Psychotic Neurotics “Stunts, Blunts, & Hip Hop”

Joseph “Diamond D” Kirkland is surely not the greatest lyricist of the 90’s, but there is something in his laidback…
#30thAnniversary – Redman “Whut? Thee Album”

#30thAnniversary – Redman “Whut? Thee Album”

After connecting with the Hit Squad, especially with EPMD for three impressive features on “Business As Usual” and “Business Never…
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