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Devastatin Posse - Whats The Rhyme (Vinyl)

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    Aug 10,  · Beastie Boys - Licensed To Ill () 01 Rhymin & Stealin 02 The New Style 03 She’s Crafty 04 Posse In Effect 05 Slow Ride.
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    Jan 01,  · Just a Poet with Soul is the debut alternative hip hop album by Def Jef, released on November 14, , released on Delicious Vinyl. The album was highly praised upon its first release, with critics enjoying the sociopolitical lyrics that have led some to Def Jef along with De La Soul and other members of the Native Tongues Posse, though he was never a part of the crew/5(2).
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    Jun 26,  · It's the perfect time to celebrate the best hip hop albums and the best rap albums of all time. Last year hip hop the grand old age of It began with a birthday party in the recreation room of an apartment building, Sedgwick Avenue, in the west Bronx, New York City, hosted by Clive Campbell, also known as DJ Kool Herc.
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    Tupac Shakur was already making waves. The East Coast as yet had little to no notable rappers to its name; but here, on this low-budget posse record, the seeds of the East/West rivalry were sown as they wrenched the focus away from Compton. To this day, no rap album sounds like Enter The Wu-Tang, and no rap group sounds like they do/5(1).

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