Produced by Statik Selectah (Nas, Freddie Gibbs, Action Bronson) — with full crew like Planet Asia and Chace Infinite, newcomers Casey Veggies, Schoolboy Q and Black Hippy, and southern rap veteran David Banner.
Miguel Atwood-Ferguson conducts a sixty-piece orchestra featuring special guests Bilal, Dwele, Posdnuos, Talib Kweli, Karriem Riggins and co.
Dazzling, album-length, gospel master-mixes — with interventions from Action Bronson, Blu, Prodigy, Roc Marciano and co — presented in a gold-foiled-leatherette mock-bible.
From the Ecstasy Garage in 1980, featuring the Cold Crush Brothers, Whipper Whip, Ruby Dee, and Grand Wizard Theodore (Fantastic Five Freaks), the Soul Sonic Force, and the Nice and Nasty Four.
Party hearty French hip hop crossing old school Pumpkin beats and Ohio funk with European electro. Toutes Taxes Comprises, all tax included.
“Spoken word helped me to focus on the lyrics becoming part of the music. It’s not just about Ty rapping over a beat anymore.” With Rich Medina, De La Soul, Bahamadia — but not Grover Washington, unfortunately.
Production collective from Japan — seven hiphop instrumentals with a dose of the Jay Dees, slaughtered on the radio by Benji B.
Official re-release with original artwork and full tracklisting. First home of MF Doom, funny, and way ahead of its time. KMD: Kausing Much Damage; a positive Kause in a Much Damaged society.