Let's Get Free is the debut studio album by hip-hop duo Dead Prez. It was released February 8, 2000 on Loud Records. It was well received by critics and audiences alike, and is considered a classic amongst indie and underground hip-hop circles.
Uptown Saturday Night is the debut studio album from American hip hop group Camp Lo, released January 28, 1997 on Profile Records and distributed through Arista Records. The album spawned the hit single, "Luchini AKA This Is It".The album peaked at twenty-seven on the U.S. Billboard 200 and reached the fifth spot on the R&B Albums chart.
"Mt. Marci" is the 8th studio album from legendary emcee / producer Roc Marciano. This new album is in conjunction with Josue Thomas of The Gallery Dept, and without question is a must have for the true music / Roc Marciano fan. This is Art That Kills.
Semilla is a collaborative album by multi-instrumentalist Pachakuti and producer young.vishnu. Pachakuti is a classical trained saxophonist and pianist with strong leanings towards jazz and latin music. young.vishnu is a beatmaker, arranger, sampleologist and the founder of the Nima Composition Archive.
Deluxe Edition celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the second The Roots album - Do You Want More?!!!??!. Comes with a 24-page booklet. This remastered - from the original tapes - 2xLP is housed in a tri-gatefold jacket and features a third LP of bonus tracks curated by Questlove.
MUSIC BY MADLIB / ARRANGED BY KIEREN HEBDEN (Four Tet)
Black on Both Sides is the debut studio album by American rapper Mos Def, released on October 12, 1999 by Rawkus and Priority Records. Prior to its recording, Mos Def had collaborated with Talib Kweli for the album Mos Def & Talib Kweli Are Black Star in 1998, which raised high expectations for a solo effort by the former.
Elaquent (Mello Music Group), Juicy the Emissary (Street Corner Music), & BoomBaptist (Insect Records, The Vapor Caves) have joined for this "ode to the original". Mutually inspired by the work of J-Dilla, "Komfort Food" is a re-imagining of samples that the late Jay Dee masterfully crafted, produced in the styles of these three contemporaries.
The highly acclaimed emcee/producer J Scienide presents his debut solo album “The Actual Heat”. The Washington D.C. based artist delivers a gritty 13 track project with features from hip hop heavyweights Kev Brown, Kenn Starr, yU Nolan, Grap Luva, Supastition, DJ Iran, DJ Jon Doe. With clever wordplay over dusty, rugged beats, this album brings the...