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.
Ghostface Killah – Ironman: 1996 Dutch 16-track double vinyl LP featuring the Wu Tang Clan member going solo; backed with the help of Raekwon and Cappadonna with production credits going to RZA. Includes the singles All That I Got Is You, Daytona 500 and Motherless Child, gatefold picture sleeve with vintage price sticker. The sleeve is still in its opened shrinkwrap and the vinyl appears barely played
De La Soul – And The Anonymous Nobody: 2016 US limited edition 17-track double LP pressed on Smoky Clear Vinyl, their ninth studio album with guest appearances from Jill Scott, Snoop Dogg, Justin Hawkins, David Byrne, Usher, Damon Albarnand more, including the singles Trainwreck, Pain and Royalty Capes. Both vinyl discs appear in near ‘as new’ condition housed in the gatefold picture sleeve which retains its hype-stickered opened shrinkwrap and comes with the lyric insert.
Beastie Boys – Cooky Puss: 1987 UK 4-track maxi 12″ vinyl single, includes Censored Version, plus Bonus Batter & Beastie Revolution, picture sleeve with picture insert. The sleeve shows little wear and the vinyl appears barely played
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