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    Default Post your 90s album discoveries or 90s albums you think people don't know about

    long story short, I was listening to Bahamadia's Kollage yesterday (thanks, hottniks) and Apani B. I only have one Apani album and saw on discogs she was also on a group album, "Rhyme Related" by Polyrhythm Addicts (1999 release, Nervous Records - small label I guess?)


    incomplete YT album playlist here : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=atqF...RKNKW8EUJhvMFU


    DL here : http://productoilicito2.blogspot.com...ated-1999.html


    was this album a big thing back when it dropped? I see it's a 'supergroup' with Shabaam Sahdeeq, Mr Complex, Apani & DJ Spinna


    I see on Wiki they released a comeback album in 2007, 'Breaking Glass' (Babygrande), with Tiye Phoenix (I have no idea who this is) replacing Apani




    the 1999 album is a nice listen, cool surprise to me



    care to comment on this release and or post some of your 90s album discoveries? it always feels so good to get to know great releases through people on here. thanks

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    1998



    5 Elementz was a Detroit group formed by Proof (of D12), J Dilla (aka Jay Dee), DJ Sicari, Thyme & Mudd

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    Theres so many albums buried in the 90s ... Just to name a few I recommend

    A+ - The Latch-Key Child
    Ahmad - Ahmad
    40thevz - Honor Amongst Thevz
    Al Tariq - God Connections
    B-Legit -The Hemp Museum
    CRU - Da Dirty 30
    Domingo - Behind The Doors Of The 13th Floor
    Easy Mo Bee - Now Or Never - Odyssey 2000
    Frankie Cutlass - Politics & Bullshit
    Grandaddy IU - Smooth Assassin
    Half a Mil - Million
    Lil Cease - The Wonderful World Of Cease A Leo
    Mac Shawn - Music Fo' Tha' Mobb
    Royal Flush - Ghetto Millionaire
    Scaramanga - Seven Eyes Seven Horns
    Smoothe da Huster - Once Upon a Time in America
    The Last Emperor - Music, Magic, Myth
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    Yo. I didn't know Easy Mo Bee had an album. Thanks for the heads up.


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    I would add DJ Clue-The Professional
    to hotnikks list. Maybe you remember or not. It had a great lineup.


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    Yeah it was stacked with dope rappers

    Easy Mo Bee's album is cool too.

    About to check out A+ Latch-Key Child now. I see it has some nice features. I'm only familiar with the lead single

    EDIT : dayumn that A+ is nice!!
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    1997

    never knew this MOP affiliate released a solo album tbh. sounds pretty good

    EDIT : I see RR posted a nice review of the album. seems on point
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    sounding very mid 90s in the best possible way

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    great listen, more or less in the vein of Native Tongues

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hal Incandenza View Post


    sounding very mid 90s in the best possible way
    Yep. The sound is spot on for the era. If the Mc's were a little more dynamic they could of been something.


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