LL Cool J – Year Of The Hip-Hop

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Produced by K-Def. Limited to 500 copies, with 150 of them pressed on orange vinyl with individual gold foil stamped numbering. Release date (including digital download) is 10/31 (you can preorder here).
Back in 1994 K-Def was working on some beats out of the B Room in Marly Marl’s House Of Hits when LL Cool J walked in on his session and said “let’s make some tracks together”. Uncle L had always wanted to rhyme on a track using the famous ESG breakbeat ‘UFO’, so he had Def lay it down with some scratches and then went to town with the mic. Both thought they had a sure fire hit on their hands but unfortunately it was never used. The DAT tape of the studio session was feared lost for several years before it eventually turned up stuck behind a radiator! Now, 17 years later, K-Def and Slice-of-Spice are proud to present ‘Year Of The Hip Hop’ in all its vinyl glory. As with all SOS pressings, no expense is being spared for this vinyl labor of love. Outside of a full color cover, with a 3mm spine, the special limited edition version comes on solid orange vinyl, with individual gold stamp numbering. Once again Slice-of-Spice is continuing its theme of strong cover art, with another masterpiece from the legendary Joe Buck (De La Soul).

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