Format: 12" Clear Vinyl
Genre: Hip Hop
Untitled PE Instrumental 1
Enter The Void
Untitled PE Instrumental 2
Run or Fly
95 ‘Til Infinity
A1. Only A Matter Of Time (prod. by Nef)
A2. Credit (feat. Grafh) (prod. by Shortfyuz)
A3. A Lot Of Money (prod. by Nef)
A4. Nobody (feat Eto & Tek) (prod. by Statik Selektah)
A5. Cooking Up (feat. UFO Fev) (prod. by Shortfyuz)
A6. Signs (feat. Wais P & Haile Supreme) (prod. by Statik Selektah)
B1. Lost In My Pain (feat. 38 Spesh & Siimba Selassiie) (prod. by Statik Selektah)
B2. Work While They Sleep (feat. Artisin) (prod. by Conductor Williams)
B3. Fuck Ya List (feat. Ras Kass) (prod. by Conductor Williams)
B4. Vintage Horns (feat. Superstah Snuk) (prod. by Conductor Williams)
B5. Radio Killed (feat. Fabeyon & Ea$y Money) (prod. by Nef)
B6. Walk On By (feat. Kota The Friend) (prod. by Shortfyuz)
B7. Everybody's (prod. by Oh No)
B8. Horn Outro
Inimitable rap musician Your Old Droog is back. After recently releasing the acclaimed projects "It Wasn't Even Close" and "Transportation", the prolific artist is returning with the brand new album "Jewelry". The album is a celebration of YOD's Jewish heritage, which he is now officially revealing to the public for the first time. "Jewelry" features guest appearances from the likes of Matisyahu, MF DOOM, and Mach-Hommy (who also wears the hat of executive producer on the project), with beats by Quelle Chris, Tha God Fahim, Edan, Preservation, and more. "I'm a Jew in America", says Droog. "This is my story. Shalom."
Curren$y, Trademark and Young Roddy have reconnected for Plan of Attack. Plan of Attack is a dream album for listeners of Curren$y, Trademark and Young Roddy. Fans across the globe rejoiced when the three artists reconnected for the album’s title track this Spring, which marked the first collaboration from all three core members of the Jets in close to five years. A cursory search of social media will show that fans around the world yearned daily for a reunion, and now the three New Orleans legends are giving their audience exactly what they've demanded.
After releasing the widely beloved title track, “Plan of Attack,” the crew quickly followed-up with the soulful cut “No Hook,” and then planted their flag with the momentous third single “Power,” which is quickly becoming a fan favorite. While many consider Curren$y, Trademark and Young Roddy to be the most beloved paper plane pilots in the game, they are also proving to be the most consistent with each subsequent release. As RapRadar suggests, "they're well prepared for a 2019 takeover."
Plan of Attack features production from long-time collaborators Monsta Beatz, Cookin Soul and Sledgren, with additional production from Djay Cas, 206derek, B-Eazy the DJ, Seth From Above, DZY, Guala Beatz and more.
On sale £22.00 £15.00
Tyler, the Creator, is a founding member of Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All (ofwgkta), a 10-person hip hop collective. This is going to have the same effect on hip hop as other landmark moments - the first Wu-Tang long player, the Beastie Boys dropping License to Ill, Dr Octagon's Dr Octagon and Public Enemy's Yo Bum Rush the Show and provide a much needed antidote to where hip hop is now. Their show's are more like punk shows and their love for skating, supreme and bacon far outweighs their love for the music industry. He's an accomplished musician, a stunning wordsmith and definitely not someone to be taken lightly - not bad for someone who's not even 20 yet! this is more than style over substance and definitely not horror core - it's hip hop in it's rawest form and what we really need right now! production on the album is handled almost entirely by Tyler apart from The Other One which is produced by Left Brain and features from ofwgkta members Frank Ocean, Domo Genesis, Hodgy Beats, Left Brain, Mike G, Taco and Jasper the Fucking Dolphin.
Bronx duo Camp Lo have teamed up with the one and only Pete Rock to drop 80 Blocks From Tiffany’s (a mixtape series available as a full length). With the projects name paying homage to the BX gangs of the 70s, it’s only right that they bring it back to hip-hop’s essence in the video, graffiti, b-boys, rhymin’ on the project stairways, two turntables and a mic.
Pete Rock, whose production work helped define the 90s “golden age” is a rare exception. Rock’s one of the few musicians who made his name in the aggressively unflashy 90s East Coast sound who’s managed to stay continually relevant without capitulating to changing tastes.
80 Blocks from Tiffany's offers proof that amidst the expeditions rap music’s launching into new sonic territories like EDM, noisy psychedelia, and quasi-industrial music, the classic boom-bap stuff still has a place featuring Mac Miller, MOP, Ab-Soul, Talib Kweli and more...
Limited edition one-off Pressing 300 orange vinyl 10”. Taken from reels returned to the family recently and remastered by Anders Peterson at ghost sound in Sweden.
An important artefact of a transitionary period for Bolan from solo artist to creating Tyrannosaurus rex with Steve Peregrine Took before the fateful meeting with Tony Visconti who would together with Bolan go on to produce hit after hit single and LP.
Limited release for Love record stores, one per customer.
Cat no. SC291LP-C1
Limited release for Love record stores, 1 copy per customer.
2LP - Silver Vinyl.
CAT - RTRAD910LPE
Limited release for Love record stores, one copy per customer.
LP - Sea Blue Vinyl
CAT - WEBB222LPC
Vinyl LP in reverse board sleeve with full colour printed inner sleeve and digital download card.
|1.||"No Threshold" (feat Dolo Percussion)|
|2.||"Push Thru" (feat Boost, Marty Heem Cherry & Dolo Percussion)|
|4.||"Damn Disco 99" (feat Discipline 99)|
|7.||"Livin' In A Treehouse"|
|10.||"Cheek To The Matrix" (feat Jelani)|
|11.||"One Year No Barcode" (feat Greenss)|
|1.||Pinder - "Forever" (5:30)|
|2.||0113 - "Hard Lines" (5:46)|
|1.||Zac Stanton - "Stop Tellin Me" (6:13)|
|2.||Holloway - "Places To Be" (6:09)|
Rare and sought after remix single from MF Doom & Damu The Fudgemunk
First time on vinyl in 7 years!
Limited green vinyl.
Artwork by renowned illustrator Joseph Buckingham (De La Soul, Staple Design, Nike)
MF DOOM's debut album was a complete game-changer when it was unleashed on unsuspecting hip hop heads. Backpacker types immediately became enamoured with DOOM's left-field beats which drew upon obscure funk, soul, jazz and cartoon/comic book samples, providing the perfect backdrop for the masked MC's abstract wordplay and complex rhymes. Just remember it's all caps when you spell the man's name!