Celph Titled x Buckwild – Nineteen Ninety Now (Artwork & Tracklistling)

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Revisiting the classic SP-1200 and Akai-S950 sound that reigned supreme in Hip-Hop’s “Golden Era,” the beats on Nineteen Ninety Now were originally produced by Buckwild between the years of 1994-1995–but never recorded to. Buckwild fondly recalls what it was like to dig back into those crates “although I’ve stayed ahead of the times as a producer, it was a lot of fun to load up these old disks. Joints I forgot I even had, stuff I haven’t heard in 15-years. It was definitely a welcomed experiment that turned out amazing. Further, he comments on the concept he and Celph embarked on and its possibilities in the future “essentially this is a concept album that’s a first of its kind. I wanted to be able to resurrect a 90’s sound that once was and combine it with 2010 rhymes. I consider this album to be monumental because it could literally not only change the game, but change the way people feel. Dudes complain about the game but they ain’t doing anything. Nobody has done this concept before us. I wouldn’t be surprised if this creates a demand for other MC’s and producers who were around in the 90’s to get together and dig through shoeboxes of floppy disks to feed the fans more of the lost sound they still crave for and I’m all for it.”

Tracklisting after the jump.

01 The Deal Maker
02 Out To Lunch f. Treach of Naughty By Nature
03 Eraserheads f. Vinnie Paz (of Jedi Mind Tricks)
04 F*ckmaster Sex
05 Swashbuckling f. Apathy, Ryu & Esoteric
06 I Could Write A Rhyme
07 Hardcore Data
08 Mad Ammo f. F.T. & R.A. the Rugged Man
09 Tingin’
10 There Will Be Blood f. Sadat X, Grand Puba, A.G., O.C. & Diamond D
11 Miss Those Days
12 Step Correctly
13 Wack Juice
14 Styles Ain’t Raw f. Apathy & Chino XL
15 Where I Are
16 Time Travels On f. Majik Most & Dutchmassive

Nineteen Ninety Now drops 10/26.

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