Old school hip-hop, b-boy grooves and dirty funk collide in this debut album by Stockholm wiz.
FG gives the Tupac bollocks a rest and does a great job riding a rollicking, tumbling Madlib rhythm with some tough protest lyrics. Riggins roughs up the low-end very tastily. Ace instrumental, too.
A 1979 old-school throwdown, straight from the Jamaica Queens Armory sound-desk, also featuring Melle Mel, Kurtis Blow, DJ Hollywood, Eddie Cheeba, Lovebug Starsky, and DJ Divine. Lovingly packaged in Japan.
Instrumental hip-hop and the rest from the Dilla and Madlib deejay.
With a mystery disc of untitled tracks.