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Group Home - Livin' Proof
Group Home
Livin' Proof
2LP | 1995 | US | Reissue (Get On Down)
28,99 €*
Release:1995 / US – Reissue
Genre:Hip Hop
Preorder 21.07.2017
Although they have been tragically defunct for almost two decades, the influence of Gang Starr is still felt today, almost as heavily as it was back in the 1990s, when DJ Premier and Guru ruled atop boom-bap mountain. As fans know, beyond the duo’s direct output, one of their lasting legacies was bringing younger talent to the rap world at large – including Jeru The Damaja, M.O.P., Afu-Ra and Big Shug. One of the more unsung talents that came out of the Gang Starr Foundation was the Brooklyn-based duo Group Home, consisting of MCs Lil Dap and Melachi The Nutcracker.Dap was first showcased on the Gang Starr posse cut “I’m The Man,” on 1992’s Daily Operation, Melachi appeared on “Words From The Nutcracker” from 1993’s Hard To Earn. The early Group Home song “So Called Friends” was also featured on 1993’s now-legendary Gangstarr Foundation Sampler, which also gave the world Jeru’s “Come Clean.” By 1995, Dap and Melachi had paid their dues and finally got their own full-length: "Livin’ Proof". And it was everything that Gang Starr and any true school hip-hop fans could have wanted, produced almost entirely by DJ Premier (with two exceptions: “Serious Rap Shit” helmed by Guru himself, and “4 Give My Sins,” produced by Jay-Z mentor Jaz-O (aka Big Jazz).Beyond the album’s still-jocked commercial singles – “Supa Star,” “Livin’ Proof” and “Suspended In Time” – there are Premier-overseen classics all over, including “The Realness,” “Inna Citi Life,” and “Sacrifice.” In fact, many Gang Starr scholars agree that the beats on Living Proof are in the Top 5 of all Premier-produced albums – no small boast, but certainly hard to disprove. More than two decades later, the album still sounds as strong as it did upon its release. So dust off your turntable and give it another ride, back to the days when boom-bap was real, and ruling.
IAM - MWA
IAM
MWA
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Def Jam)
10,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
After the release of their album "Revolution", discover the new track titled "MWA"(not included in the album). Limited edition only!"Revolution" is a disc that overflows, which gives more than it takes, a luminous disc, voluntary, generous and funny, and empathic, not duped and never blasé, it is a declaration of love to music, reggae, soul, funk, it is a hand extended to all those who do not want to be satisfied with breathing, a warning also, to those who maintain hatred without thinking about the consequences, Always an excuse not to advance, to accuse the other of their own abuses.
Kenny Dope - Wildstyle Breakbeats: Gangbusters / Meetings
Kenny Dope
Wildstyle Breakbeats: Gangbusters / Meetings
7" | 2017 | US | Original (Kay Dee)
9,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
Preorder 21.07.2017
Charlie Ahearn's 1983 film “Wild Style” holds a place in both music and cinematic history as one of the first examples of a hip-hop film. Since its original release it has been widely praised for its hybrid approach as both a narrative musical and a documentary, and as a time capsule of sorts into the culture of hip-hop during its infancy in the 1980s. Besides its classic depictions of MCing, turntablism, graffiti, and breakdancing, the film also featured now legendary figures of the genres in acting roles, such as Grandmaster Flash, Fab Five Freddy, Busy Bee Starski, and many more. Wild Style went on to garner an immense cult following, portions of the film itself would be sampled in records by artists like Nas, Beastie Boys, MF Doom, and more, and would even be exhibited by museums in Chicago and Boston as part of programs on the art of the 1980s. Beyond the film itself however, “Wild Style's” soundtrack has gone down in music history as a crucial piece of hip-hop handicraft. During a time where the sampling of records by Queen or Kool & The Gang was commonplace in the hip-hop scene, Ahearn took a different route in soundtracking his film, calling upon seasoned musicians like Chris Stein of Blondie and R&B session drummer Lenny Ferraro to produce an entirely original set of lyricless groove, which would be sampled into true hip-hop instrumental tracks by turntablist Grand Wizzard Theodore. The mystery and intrigue surrounding the breaks became the stuff of hip-hop legend, and a treasure trove for crate-diggers and vinyl enthusiasts. In association with premium reissue label Get On Down, world-renowned DJ Kenny Dope, a longtime fan of the breaks that made up “Wild Style's” soundtrack, re-edited the tracks into full-length cuts in 2014. KayDee now presents the singles individually for the first time ever. Each 7-inch is a piece of hip-hop history, as some of the most highly regarded and sought-after instrumental beats of all time, from one of the most important music films of all time.
Kenny Dope - Wildstyle Breakbeats: Military Cut / Busy Bees
Kenny Dope
Wildstyle Breakbeats: Military Cut / Busy Bees
7" | 2017 | US | Original (Kay Dee)
9,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
Preorder 21.07.2017
Charlie Ahearn's 1983 film “Wild Style” holds a place in both music and cinematic history as one of the first examples of a hip-hop film. Since its original release it has been widely praised for its hybrid approach as both a narrative musical and a documentary, and as a time capsule of sorts into the culture of hip-hop during its infancy in the 1980s. Besides its classic depictions of MCing, turntablism, graffiti, and breakdancing, the film also featured now legendary figures of the genres in acting roles, such as Grandmaster Flash, Fab Five Freddy, Busy Bee Starski, and many more. Wild Style went on to garner an immense cult following, portions of the film itself would be sampled in records by artists like Nas, Beastie Boys, MF Doom, and more, and would even be exhibited by museums in Chicago and Boston as part of programs on the art of the 1980s. Beyond the film itself however, “Wild Style's” soundtrack has gone down in music history as a crucial piece of hip-hop handicraft. During a time where the sampling of records by Queen or Kool & The Gang was commonplace in the hip-hop scene, Ahearn took a different route in soundtracking his film, calling upon seasoned musicians like Chris Stein of Blondie and R&B session drummer Lenny Ferraro to produce an entirely original set of lyricless groove, which would be sampled into true hip-hop instrumental tracks by turntablist Grand Wizzard Theodore. The mystery and intrigue surrounding the breaks became the stuff of hip-hop legend, and a treasure trove for crate-diggers and vinyl enthusiasts. In association with premium reissue label Get On Down, world-renowned DJ Kenny Dope, a longtime fan of the breaks that made up “Wild Style's” soundtrack, re-edited the tracks into full-length cuts in 2014. KayDee now presents the singles individually for the first time ever. Each 7-inch is a piece of hip-hop history, as some of the most highly regarded and sought-after instrumental beats of all time, from one of the most important music films of all time.
Shogunna - Iron Monkey
Shogunna
Iron Monkey
CD | 2017 | US | Original (Chamber Musik)
17,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
Iron Monkey is a classic collaboration between Queens, NY Emcee of Korean descent, Shogunna of the notorious Shadow Clan, and 71Raw’s L.A. underground legend, producer Anthai tha Protagonist, who happens to be of Vietnamese background, and closely associated with the West Coast Killa Beez (Wu-Tang). Change is a hard path to follow, but just as monotony can doom you, change can be the best eye-opener for someone who is determined to overcome the obstacles life presents. Shogunna’s story comes from that of an unrefined street-life tale; an evolving journey of a rebel without a cause, to an artist with a mission. Born and bred from the blocks of New York City, Shogunna’s music is infused with a heavy inspiration of hiphop’s golden era, when it was prospering as a new revolution for art & culture. The influence, coupled with the depiction of life growing up in the unforgiving streets, one can feel the struggle and pain through his lyrics, rhyme by rhyme. But it’s really more than just the power of his raps where you see the progression of lessonslearned to reform. Coming up under the street/triad code, it can be intimidating for the uninitiated to understand the choices Shogunna has made. It’s definitely hard to not give up in circumstances where you’re at the lowest, but it’s certainly a feat to turn that negative into a relentless determination to change.
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