Quo- don’t stop
90’s kiddie hiphop. This may also’ve been around the time hiphop was experimenting with reggae music
R.I.P Grym Reaper
This tune is for all the gangsters,hustlers, and playas
EPmd The Big payback
Check the cameos in this Video
From the film soundtrack of one of the earliest LA gang films. Before Boyz in the hood,directed by Dennis Hopper with music by Herbie Hancock this film focuses on the gang life,and living in urban America on the other side of the American dream.
On this day in music history: July 14, 1998 - “Hello Nasty”, the fifth album by the Beastie Boys is released. Produced by the Beastie Boys and Mario Caldato, Jr., it is recorded at G-Son Studios in Atwater, CA, The Dungeon, Ted Diamond’s House Of Hits, RPM Studios, Soho Music Studios, and Dessau Studios in New York City from Early 1997 - Mid 1998. The group’s first new album in over four years, it will mark the Beasties return to the more sample driven roots of their first two albums. The title is inspired by the groups’ publicity firm “Nasty Little Man”. The firms’ receptionist was known for greeting callers with the phrase “Hello Nasty”. The album will also introduce new DJ Mixmaster Mike (Invisibl Skratch Piklz) to the group. It will spin off four singles including “Intergalactic” (#28 Pop, #4 Modern Rock) and “Body Movin’” (#15 Modern Rock). The album will also have a limited number of copies pressed on clear yellow vinyl. Rapturously received by fans and critics upon its release, the album will also win two Grammy Awards including Best Alternative Music Album and Best Rap Performance By A Duo Or Group for the single “Intergalactic”. “Hello Nasty” will debut at number one on the Billboard Top 200 spending three weeks at the top, and is certified 3x Platinum in the US by the RIAA.