Must have Hip-Hop LP's for your Vinyl Collection

Vinyl Records Review: Must Have Hip-Hop Vinyls for your Vinyl Collection.

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Vinyl Records Review: Must Have Hip-Hop Vinyls for your Vinyl Collection.

2014 Forrest Hills Drive- J Cole   Much like Kendricks Good Kid M.A.A.d City album, J. Cole gives us a nostalgic look into his childhood and growing up in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Cole describes the LP as “personal statement”. It shows Coles shift in mind set, in regards to concerns about radio plays as he hones in on his artistry and delivering his message exactly the way he wants to. With no lead singles and no features the commercial success of this album is even more impressive. The LP starts with Cole’s comparison of himself with Rakim, one of raps founding fathers on “January...

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Vinyl Records Review: Must Have Hip-Hop Vinyls for your Vinyl Collection.

Posted by Tolu Asemota on

Vinyl Records Review: Must Have Hip-Hop Vinyls for your Vinyl Collection.
Part 1 of our must have hip hop albums on vinyl from the last decade, we at the sound shop have comprised the ultimate list which includes some of our favourite artist from the UK and USA hip hop scene and our favourite LPs from these artists.

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