Salt ‘N’ Pepa – Rapped In Remixes (1992) (CD) (FLAC + 320 kbps)

“Rapped in Remixes: The Greatest Hits Remixed” is a compilation album by American hip hop trio Salt-n-Pepa. It includes re-mixed versions of songs taken from their three studio albums, Hot, Cool & Vicious, A Salt with a Deadly Pepa and Blacks’ Magic. It is the third compilation released by the group in as many years and second remix album after their 1990 album, A Blitz of Salt-n-Pepa Hits.

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VA – 2001: A Rhyme Odyssey (CD) (2000) (FLAC + 320 kbps)

Various Artists - 2001 A Rhyme Odyssey

Guidance Recordings is pleased to announce the release of 2001: A Rhyme Odyssey, the first volume in a compilation series exploring true underground hip hop. This introduction is a state of the art collection of pieces from the recent past which set the stage for the future of hip hop. From laid back West Coast grooves to hard, headbopping NYC anthems, this compilation covers the full spectrum of independent styles.

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Ms. Toi – That Girl (2001) (CD) (FLAC + 320 kbps)

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Best known for her cameos on Ice Cube records, Ms. Toi offers her first solo album with That Girl. The lead single, “Hand Clap,” is a horn-filled confection that sounds like a pale reworking of Eve’s “Who’s That Girl?” Several tracks on the album, such as “Hand Clap” and the title track, “That Girl,” suffer from sub-par lyrics. Various cameos bring some energy to the project: the unmistakable slanguistics of Oakland rapper E-40 boosts “Work a Twist,” and “Be Like Me” features the handywork of St. Lunatics Nelly, Ali, and Murphy Lee. While That Girl is a respectable solo effort, Ms. Toi relies too heavily on other artists to provide her music with any lyrical punch.

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Slumplordz – Sunnmoon Sekt (CD) (2001) (FLAC + 320 kbps)

Sunnmoon Sekt - Sunnmoon Sekt

Sunnmoonsekt delivers nothing less than East Bay funk for the space age. Building upon the traditions of Too Short, Mac Mall, Hobo Junction, and Zion I, Slumplordz have updated the Oakland rap sound for the new millennium. With heavy bass in tow, their Moog applications and electro accents refresh their “status on the microphone, raw apparatus.” Hard Rard and Moon are more than ample MCs, especially when they approach controversial topics such as conspiracy theories and tax revolt. Very much a consistent album, Sunnmoonsekt is as entertaining as it is time-honored. So while typical misogyny is expected, so too is an uplifting experience, reminiscent of a MacArthur Boulevard sideshow frequented by spaceships.

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