My Top 90s Hip-Hop Artists / Albums

April 11, 2016

While making this I realise that I couldn’t fit everyone in! There are about 100 more artists/albums that should be here. I can easily say that real Hip-Hop music is a piece of me. I grew up listening to Hip-Hop through my teenage years. I listened while I grew my business. I listened while I travelled the world. And I still listen. This might sound bizzare to you but real Hip-Hop has taught me alot of life skills.

Biggies lyric “Dam Right I Life The Life I Live Because I Went From Negative To Positive” represents my daily motto. The sexual undertones of Slum Village, the real/rawness from Lil Kim, the hype from Wu Tang, the great feeling from Camp Lo, the shivers I get from Common, the flow from Tribe………

Who ever said Hip-Hop music has a bad influence is deaf. Along with blues, real Hip-Hop is the realist music I’ve ever heard.



My Top Tracks On Each Album:
I like all tracks. This was so hard to decide.

Biggie, Ready To Die – Machine Gun Funk

Camp Lo, Uptown Saturday Night – Black Nostalijack AKA Come On

Das EFX – If only

ATCQ – God Lives Through Us

Wu Tang Clan – Protect Ya Neck

Slum Village – Climax

Lil Kim – Spend A Little Doe

Common – I Used To Love H.E.R

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