It’s almost amazing to think that A.G. has been spitting on record for 20 years now. First appearing as Lord Finesse’s rhyming partner in 1990, A.G. aka Andre the Giant is best known for his team-ups with producer Show (fka Showbiz) for the CLASSIC albums Runaway Slave and Goodfellas, and as a member of the Diggin’ in the Crates (D.I.T.C.) crew.
The Book Of Right On is fronted by Mr. David Joe Holiday himself. The new band does not disappoint in any context...
Part of the pioneers of the 90’s UK trip hop movement, alongside Portishead and Massive Attack, the Herbaliser return with a retrospective compilation titled "Herbal Tonic", highlighting some of their best work spanning the past two decades.
Kamachi is currently one of the greatest MCs that not enough people know about. He’s been dropping beautiful crafted verses on wax/and CD since the late 90s (with Jedi Mind Tricks, Army Of The Pharaohs, Maylay Sparks, DJ Revolution, etc), but has been mastering the skills significantly longer. He’s one part street poet, one part Egyptian mystic, and one part original B-Boy.
In his follow-up to last year’s lackluster Relapse release, Eminem fully redeems himself with the incredibly dark and introspective Recovery.
East Of The Rock is one of the most mysterious crews from Chicago’s 90s Hip Hop underground...
4 Killer MCs released one 12”, “Killer Rap” on the early Hip Hop indie label, Bee Pee Records.