It was a powerhouse back in the day, but you don’t hear much about it right now. It was the label that brought you Master P, Silk the Shocker, and Mystikal. Of course you can’t forget the gold chain.
On this day in 1993, Snoop Dogg released Doggystyle. It was his debut studio album released by Death Row and Interscope Records. The album was produced by Dr. Dre, and included hit singles like “Gin and Juice”, “Who Am I (What’s My Name)?”, and “Doggy Dogg World”. The album was critically acclaimed for Snoop Dogg’s […]
Going strong for over 20 years, just like Bad Boy Records. Though not as commercial big, they were big on the underground. If you listened to Atmosphere, Aesop Rock, Murs, Brother Ali, or Dilated Peoples, you can thank this label for their music.
If you don’t know about Run the Jewels yet, you need to catch up because they’re the hottest hip hop duo since Outkast (that’s my take personally). Killer Mike and El-P are great together, flow well together, and are incredible live. If they come to your town, I highly suggest you go. If you’re and […]
On this day in 1994, Method Man released Tical. It was Wu-Tang Clan member’s debut solo album after the group released Enter the 36 Chambers. The album was produced by his fellow Wu-Tang clan member, Rza. It also included Wu-Tang guest appearances by Raekwon and Inspectah Deck. The album included hit singles like “Bring the […]
If you don’t know about the Dirty South, here’s a little education for you.