I owe the entire title of this site I've been working on for the past seven or so years to a line from Phife Dawg of A Tribe Called Quest, so you can imagine that the news hit me hard when I found out
On the classic album Mecca And The Soul Brother, Pete Rock and CL Smooth enlisted the assistance of the late Heavy D along with Grap-Luva, Rob-O, and Deda for this posse cut, which deftly samples "Bam
One of my favorite tracks off of the posthumous Born Again album, which served as a Notorious B.I.G. album, was "Come On" which featured Sadat X of Brand Nubian. Come to find out, Sadat considered
Ever since I heard "Rediscover" featuring Blu off of Skyzoo and Torae's Barrel Brothers project due out next week, I've been obsessed with this unsung old school jam. In case you weren't aware,
I randomly threw in EPMD's Strictly Business LP from 1988 on my drive to work this morning and I had to run back this jeep banger a couple of times.
I'm not a huge follower of reggae, but this is a certified classic.
I don't usually post full albums for the Vintage Goods section, but I think it's important that I start in order to show how the focus used to be on creating a complete product, not just a collection
Found this smooth remix to the classic off of Pete Rock & CL Smooth's Mecca And The Soul Brother LP featuring the late Heavy D as well as Rob-O, Grap Luva, and Dida. Looking at the above photo,
Absolutely essential. Check the Snow beach pullover. Polo flourishment, shout out to Dallas Penn.
March 9th marks the day we lost one of the greatest MCs of all time. While young'ins may either not acknowledge his title or just agree out of obligation, this song among many others proves why B.I.G.