Hip Hop has been a powerful force since its inception in the late ‘70s. From the early pioneers of street music, such as Grandmaster Flash, Kurtis Blow and The Sugarhill Gang, through the jazz and funk worship of A Tribe Called Quest and Digable Planets, or the aggressive rivalry between the East and West coasts of America during the ‘90s. What started out as something small became a movement and a revolution, that continues to be the voice of each generation with the ever shifting political and social tides.
We have a wide range of hip hop and titles in our store right now. Below are some of the highlights, and you can see our full selection on 991.com.
The Pharcyde – Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde: 1992 US limited edition 16-track double LP pressed on Yellow and Blue vinyl, picture sleeve with the merchandise insert. The sleeve remains in the open hype stickered shrink and shows just a little light wear to the opening edge and the vinyl has a few light signs of play
Scarface – Mr Scarface Is Back: Rare 1991 US 12-track vinyl LP, picture sleeve. Debut solo long player from the Geto Boy, an unflinching slice of no holds barred hip hop that paints a vivd picture of life in the ‘Dirty South’ over rock solid beats.The sleeve shows very little wear and the vinyl shows a few light scuffs/hairlines but nothing that affects play
Cypress Hill – Black Sunday: Rare 1993 Dutch manufactured 14-track double vinyl LP, the uncensored version of the classic second album including Insane In The Brain and I Ain’t Goin’ Out Like That; printed inners with a glossy gatefold picture sleeve. The sleeve displays some wear mostly to the edges with the start of a split at the top, whilst the vinyl remains excellent with only light signs of play.
Be sure to check out the rest of our hip hop catalogue on 991.com, and if you have any items to sell, please call us on 01474 815099