Filed under: Announcements,Bronx Bombers,Collectables,Vinyl Singles
Written by: Robbie Ettelson
Following the mixed blessings that were McGruff‘s deal with Uptown, where Heavy D tried to Sean “Puffy” Combs’ Herb’s sound for something smoother, with decidedly mixed results, the Crime Dog took it back the gutter with this self-released 1998 single featuring the mighty Mob Style, Loon and Meebo over a gritty piano loop. “They thought it was over? Own label!”
New O.C. track produced by DJ Force and available on limited edition 7″ over here, with an alternative mix on the flip.
‘Cules, Chucky Smash and Cee-Low return with more Bronx flavor from the vaults as they flip the loop you might recall from Mobb Deep‘s “Still Shinin'”, which seems fair considering that the sample Havoc and Prodigy rock for “The Realest” was used by The Legion first…
Both this and “Street Truth” were recorded at D&D Studios in 1995 and are available on iTunes now and 7-inch vinyl soon.
Another 90’s rapper has decided to throw his hat back into the ring. Omniscence had a couple of well received records out but his LP got shelved by East West, resulting in a sixteen year hiatus. This new release is produced by Debonair P, and captures that classic 90’s Brag Rap feel effortlessly. Vinyl available here.
New vinyl drop from the Live Guy, now without glasses. Wax has the original, remix, instros and accapella. Uptempo Rap lives…
Large Professor – ‘Key To The City (Mad Scientist Remix)’
New Marciano feature from Ray West & A.G.‘s The Pianos Companion EP on 7″ vinyl. Available from UGHH.com
Ray West and AG feat. Roc Marciano – ‘Move Back’
Grown Man Rap continues to thrive. Taken from the b-side of the new Sean P/Cold World Rock Rap vinyl single.
Sean Price feat. Mayhem Lauren and Roc Marciano – ‘How The Gods Chill’ [Remix]