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Stakes Is High (reissue)
Cat: RMM 0541. Rel: 01 Jun 23
Intro (2:45)
Supa Emcees (3:33)
The Bizness (4:26)
Yunonstop (0:50)
Wonce Again Long Island (4:07)
Dinnit (3:49)
Brakes (0:34)
Dog Eat Dog (4:08)
Baby, Baby, Baby, Baby, Ooh Baby (3:35)
Long Island Degrees (5:38)
Betta Listen (4:08)
Itzsoweezee (HOT) (4:44)
4 More (4:35)
Big Brother Beat (3:42)
Down Syndrome (3:13)
Pony Ride (4:02)
Stakes Is High (5:56)
Sunshine (4:26)
Review: It's hard to think of any other act whose music being added to digital streaming sites would make as many headlines as De La Soul. It has been followed up with a big reissue project that's brought all their many great albums - they made more than just that one iconic one, you know - back to print. Stakes Is High brought the same high levels of wordplay, great beats and overall narrative as any of the band's albums, and all at a time when hip-hop's initial popularity began to wane. Fact fans, take note - Mos Def guested on one tune 'Big Brother Beat' and Common on 'The Bizness' way before anyone knew who either of them was.
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 in stock HK$186.95
Squivatch (limited 12")
Cat: BK 054. Rel: 01 Jun 23
Magnum - "Squivatch" (short version) (5:19)
Golden Voice & CJ & Kid Bee Rock - "Mixmaster" (5:47)
Magnum - "Squivatch" (Full version) (7:56)
Review: Way back in 1981, legendary Bronx producer Bullwackie - an exiled Jamaican famous for founding the influential, boundary-blurring, reggae-rooted Wackies imprint - launched a new label named after his daughter, Shevone. It released just one record, a now sought-after - and impossible to find 12" containing a trio of early NYC hip-hop cuts informed by his own dub and dancefloor reggae productions. This Backatcha reissue boasts both cuts from the original 12", plus the never-heard-before shortened version of 'Squivatch', a hybrid disco-rap/disco-reggae number rich in rubbery slap bass, pleasingly loose-limbed drums, squally electric guitar riffs, heavy horns and delay effects aplenty. That's best enjoyed in its full-length version form, which includes more production trickery from Bullwackie. 'Master Mix', meanwhile, is a subtly dubby, synth-sporting formative hip-hop gem featuring a rap crew who later enjoyed success as Chapter III.
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Tags: Disco Funk
 in stock HK$119.92
Starboy (gatefold translucent red vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: 602557 227512. Rel: 10 Feb 17
Starboy (feat Daft Punk) (3:49)
Party Monster (4:09)
False Alarm (3:35)
Reminder (3:41)
Rockin' (3:56)
Secrets (4:25)
True Colors (3:25)
Stargirl Interlude (feat Lana Del Rey) (1:51)
Sidewalks (feat Kendrick Lamar) (3:52)
Six Feet Under (3:56)
Love To Lay (3:43)
A Lonely Night (3:38)
Attention (3:18)
Ordinary Life (3:45)
Nothing Without You (3:16)
All I Know (feat Future) (5:21)
Die For You (4:20)
I Feel It Coming (4:29)
 in stock HK$218.18
Life Is Like A Dice Game
Cat: MSAP 121. Rel: 01 Jun 23
Life Is Like A Dice Game (feat Cordae & Freddie Gibbs) (4:45)
Life Is Like A Dice Game (instrumental) (4:44)
Review: A whole bunch of Nas singles are being reissued on 7" courtesy of Mass Appeal at the moment, and each one is as essential now as it was when it first arrived. This one is slightly different as 'Life is like a Dice Game' was a demo and one of the firm fan favourites from the legendary New York mic man, taken from his undeniably best period - the Illmatic era. Now 30 years old, it gets revisited and completed properly with Freddie Gibbs and Cordae, who were 11 years old and not born when the track was initially recorded in 1993. The unfinished original version leaked in 1995 so to finally have it officially completed is epic.
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 in stock HK$109.77
The Mouse & The Mask
The Mouse & The Mask (2xLP + insert)
Cat: 080106 1536015. Rel: 20 Jul 15
El Chupa Nibre (2:35)
Sofa King (2:57)
The Mask (3:11)
Perfect Hair (2:06)
Benzie Box (3:00)
Old School (2:40)
ATHF (3:06)
Basket Case (2:35)
No Names (3:07)
Crosshairs (2:04)
Mince Meat (2:56)
Vats Of Urine (1:46)
Space Ho's (3:31)
Bada Bing (4:29)
 in stock HK$154.46
One By One
Smut Peddlers - "One By One" (feat Cage & Mr Eon) (3:55)
Lyn Christopher - "Take Me With You" (3:06)
Review: 5 Borough Breaks is a firm favourite with old-school hip-hop heads. The label has another hot one on its books here with a boom bap classic from Smut Peddler in the shape of 'One By One' feat Cage & Mr Eon. It's moody, low slung and menacing and a real backpacker staple that has smooth flowing bars over lazy but locked in beats. On the flip is Lyn Christopher's super rare 'Take Me With You', a raw soul cut with the bass riffs that are sampled so well on the A-side lending it darkened vibe. Two stone cold killers.
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 in stock HK$113.77
Buhloone Mindstate (reissue)
Buhloone Mindstate (reissue) (LP (indie exclusive))
Cat: RMM 0531. Rel: 04 May 23
Eye Patch (2:20)
En Focus (3:37)
Patti Dooke (5:27)
I Be Blowin' (4:38)
Ego Trippin' (part 2) (3:54)
3 Days Later (2:00)
Area (3:57)
I Am I Be (4:25)
In The Woods (4:30)
Breakadawn (3:57)
Stone Age (4:04)
Review: De La Soul is never far away from the conversation about great music but as of late, they have been back in the headlines more than ever as their music finally got added to digital streaming sites. Buhloone Mindstate is a lesser-known but just as good album as the most famous Three Feet High and Rising and was a critical success at the time. The lead single has samples of Michael Jackson's 'I Can't Help It' and Smokey Robinson's 'Quiet Storm', there is a collab with Biz Markie on 'Stone Age' and MC Shortie No Mas appears on many tracks including the particularly standout 'In The Woods'.
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 in stock HK$174.85
Pink & White
Pink & White (limited 7") (1 per customer)
Cat: OCEAN 001. Rel: 25 Apr 23
Pink & White (3:03)
Nights (5:08)
Review: Frank Ocean's 'Pink + White' was produced by Pharrell Williams and features some uncredited backing vocals from Beyonce. The track details Ocean's memories of his youth and a time when someone close to him died - someone who had taught him lessons that stayed with him - and so naturally the theme of mortality features a lot. The title comes from the sky he saw while driving with this old friend and it's a gorgeously deep and sultry piece of r&b that comes backed with 'Nights' on this limited edition 7".
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 in stock HK$117.87
3 Feet High & Rising (reissue)
3 Feet High & Rising (reissue) (limited 180 gram vinyl 2xLP + insert)
Cat: RMM 0461. Rel: 02 Mar 23
Intro (1:42)
The Magic Number (3:15)
Change In Speak (2:35)
Cool Breeze On The Rocks (The Melted version) (0:15)
Can U Keep A Secret (1:40)
Jenifa Taught Me (Derwin's Revenge) (3:25)
Ghetto Thang (3:43)
Transmitting Live From Mars (1:11)
Eye Know (4:08)
Take It Off (1:54)
A Little Bit Of Soap (0:53)
Tread Water (3:50)
Potholes In My Lawn (3:52)
Say No Go (4:22)
Do As De La Does (2:06)
Plug Tunin' (Last Chance To Comprehend) (4:13)
De La Orgee (1:13)
Buddy (with Jungle Brothers & Q-Tip From A Tribe Called Quest) (5:02)
Description (1:35)
Me Myself & I (3:38)
This Is A Recording 4 Living In A Full Time Era (LIFE) (3:15)
I Can Do Anything (Delacratic) (0:45)
DAISY Age (4:42)
Review: Chief among the multiple formats of De La Soul's debut album is this 2xLP edition - especially as the original one album pressing was famed as being one of the least DJ-friendly long players in existence. Often regarded as the inception of late 80s/early 90s 'alternative rap', the trio incited said era thanks to their declaration of the 'D.A.I.S.Y. Age' (da inner sound, y'all), consciously choosing a flowery, positive hip-hop sound, accessible to everyone. Trugoy, Maseo and Posdunos offer distinct personalities across the project, suggesting alternative ways in which to stay true to one's roots while keeping on the right path.
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 in stock HK$178.86
Duck Rock (40th Anniversary Edition)
Duck Rock (40th Anniversary Edition) (limited 2xLP + booklet + insert)
Cat: MMDR 01. Rel: 31 May 23
Obatala (3:38)
Buffalo Gals (5:09)
Double Dutch (3:53)
El San Juanera (1:58)
Merengue (3:52)
Punk It Up (3:47)
Legba (4:14)
Jive My Baby (3:57)
Song For Chango (4:51)
Soweto (3:50)
World's Famous (1:42)
Duck For The Oyster (3:37)
Collaguas (2:12)
Roly Poly (2:39)
Hey DJ (The World's Famous Supreme Team) (2:07)
Zulus On A Time Bomb (3:00)
D'ya Like Scratchin' (3:48)
Franz Buffalo (4:13)
Review: The debut album by Malcolm McLaren - former manager of the Sex Pistols and the New York Dolls, and infamous producer in his own right - was known as Duck Rock. First released in 1983, it showed off as far-flung a mix of genres as hip hop, international music, rockabilly, and disco, not least due in part to its hand in the production duties by Fairlight pioneer JJ Jeczalik, Trevor Horn and Anne Dudley, all of whom would form Art of Noise, as well as further guest appearances by Africa Bambaataa and Thomas Dolby. An electrifying medley of the sample-tastic sensibility of the day, the album also plays out as a form of satire, parodying the oft-chaotic flights of fancy indulged by the very same era.
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 in stock HK$280.53
De La Soul Is Dead (reissue)
Cat: 810098 502948. Rel: 11 May 23
Intro (0:30)
Oodles Of O's (1:47)
Talkin' Bout Hey Love (3:31)
Pease Porridge (2:20)
Skit 1 (5:55)
Johnny's Dead AKA Vincent Mason (live From The BK Lounge) (1:31)
A Roller Skating Jam Named "Saturdays" (4:04)
WRMS' Dedication To The Bitty (2:54)
Bitties In The BK Lounge (3:34)
Skit 2 (0:35)
My Brother's A Basehead (3:55)
Let, Let Me In (3:46)
Afro Connections At A Hi 5 (In The Eyes Of The Hoodlum) (4:05)
Rap De Rap Show (2:23)
Millie Pulled A Pistol On Santa (4:09)
Who Do U Worship? (2:01)
Skit 3 (0:29)
Kicked Out The House (2:06)
Pass The Plugs (2:35)
Not Over Till The Fat Lady Plays The Demo (2:25)
Ring Ring Ring (Ha Ha Hey) (4:56)
WRMS: Cat's In Control (0:34)
Skit 4 (0:13)
Shwingalokate (4:14)
Fanatic Of The B Word (4:10)
Keepin' The Faith (4:44)
Skit 5 (0:29)
Review: Quickly becoming one of the most revered, game-changing groups in hip-hop, De La Soul's penchant for jazz-infused productions and a playful approach to lyricism granted them an instant place amongst the hip-hop greats. Their classic 1991 album, originally released on Tommy Boy, marked a much-awaited return on UK label Chrysalis. Deftly weaving together spoken-word storytelling, witty skits, and innovative sampling, there's a reason why this album is lauded as a keyplayer in the evolution of jazz rap and alternative hip hop genres. Featuring certified classics from the celebrated De La Soul catalogue such as 'A Roller Skating Jam Named Saturdays,' 'Ring, Ring, Ring (Ha Ha Hey)' and 'Keepin' the Faith', this is a must have for any fans of the 90s East Coast scene.
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 in stock HK$219.45
Tear The Place Up
Tear The Place Up (LP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: JAL 395V. Rel: 18 May 23
Green Light Go! (feat Andy Cooper) (3:20)
Mash Up The Sound (3:34)
Stanky Funk (feat Bootie Brown) (4:06)
Tear The Place Up (feat Andy Cooper) (3:34)
Hypnotise (3:26)
Reconcile (feat Charles Morgan) (3:40)
Never Gonna Let Go (3:45)
Interpretacion De Mama (1:02)
Vamonos (feat Andy Cooper & Marietta Smith) (3:12)
Sometimes I Wonder (3:25)
Push Right Through (feat Andy Cooper & Marietta Smith) (3:26)
Treat You Right (3:22)
Take Another Look At It (feat Marietta Smith) (4:32)
Review: This is the sixth album by the Bristolian production duo The Allergies (DJ Moneyshot and Rackabeat), widely known for their funky, hard-hitting hip-hop originals. With cameos from the likes of Bootie Brown, Andy Cooper, and Dele Sosimi, their latest album 'Tear The Place Up' is a rollicking whirl, and has rightfully been touted as "hip-hop meets Tarantino", with many a cheesy thriller film reference and floor-shaking beat in tow.
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 in stock HK$138.17
Whole Lotta Red
Cat: 356922 4. Rel: 28 May 21
Rockstar Made (3:13)
Go2DaMoon (feat Kanye West) (2:00)
Stop Breathing (3:36)
Beno! (2:34)
JumpOutTheHouse (1:34)
M3tamorphosis (feat Kid Cudi) (5:17)
Slay3r (2:46)
No Sl33p (1:28)
New Tank (1:29)
Teen X (feat Future) (3:25)
Meh (1:59)
Vamp Anthem (2:10)
New N3on (1:59)
Control (3:17)
Punk Monk (3:49)
On That Time (1:43)
King Vamp (3:10)
Place (1:53)
Sky (3:13)
Over (2:47)
ILoveUIHateU (2:15)
Die4Guy (2:10)
Not Playing (2:12)
F33l Lik3 Dyin (3:21)
 in stock HK$274.48
Boogie Down's Got The Flavor (reissue)
Boogie Down's Got The Flavor (reissue) (limited hand-numbered 7")
Cat: DON 002RE. Rel: 18 May 23
Boogie Down's Got The Flavor
Head Over Wheels
Review: KC
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 in stock HK$89.38
Vince Cartier Edits
Cat: RNBC 007. Rel: 04 May 23
What's Up (Vince Cartier edit) (3:57)
Say I (Vince Cartier edit) (2:55)
Review: Vince Cartier has picked out a couple of r&b classics and taken them into his studio for a smart and subtle edit job. Up first is the silky smooth and timeless 'Whats Up' with its crunchy breaks and lavish chords topped off with that smoky, seductive vocal line. On the flip is the more potent and punchy 'Say I' with its empowering female leads, big drums and bright chords. This is a sweet 7" that cannot fail to get that dancefloor vibing with some golden 90s energy.
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 in stock HK$97.48
Reeling (limited earth green vinyl 7")
Cat: KCR 126C1. Rel: 18 May 23
Say She She (3:41)
Don't You Dare Stop (4:30)
 in stock HK$85.38
Regulate (7" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: SK45 01. Rel: 20 Nov 19
Warren G - "Regulate" (feat Nate Dogg) (4:10)
Luniz - "I Got 5 On It" (feat Michael Marshall) (4:17)
Review: The Street Knowledge "45 series" appears to have been set up to educate heads on original 1990s hip-hop jams, or at the very least deliver fresh pressings of some seriously classic cuts. This inaugural release begins with Warren G and Nate Dogg's 1994 heater "Regulate", a deep and seductive number that makes great use of samples from Michael McDonald's teary blue-eyed soul classic "I Keep Forgetting". Flip to the B-side and you'll find Luniz 1995 hit "I Got 5 On It", a cut that's been bitten, reworked and re-made umpteen times in the 24 years that have passed since it was first released. As this reissue proves, the Oakland duo's original version is still streets ahead of the rest.
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 in stock HK$93.48
Westbound Beats
Westbound Beats (limited coloured vinyl 5x7" box set)
Cat: OGIC 22777. Rel: 30 Mar 23
Baritone (2:33)
Pine (3:14)
Stevie (2:21)
Mark (4:01)
Jenny (2:11)
Steve (1:54)
Jayjay (3:42)
Armen (2:59)
Ella (2:05)
Jole (1:59)
Delete (3:19)
Now (2:02)
Carl (1:40)
Review: The 45 King was given unprecedented access to the rescued master tapes in the archives of the recently relaunched Westbound Records label in order to create the beats for this bumper album. The music of Junie Morrison and Ohio Players features heavily of course as The King pays tribute to the original iconic breakbeats that helped make him such a don in the hip-hop world. This box has seven singles in all, with 13 of these new tunes all appearing across seven differently coloured slices of wax.
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 in stock HK$443.19
Got Jazz/Got Soul
Cat: FF45 020. Rel: 22 Jul 22
Got Jazz (3:47)
Got Soul (4:09)
Review: Berlin-based artist Voodoocuts has been offering up seriously groovesome edits and flips for the hip-hop minded on labels like Juice On Wax and RESENSE, and now he's dropping a second round of executive party jams on Friday's Funky 45. This 7" kicks off on the A side with 'Got Jazz', which threads some sweet sitar licks and boom bap drums underneath Stetasonic's 'Talkin' All That Jazz'. On the flip we get a freshened up version of Eric B & Rakim's 'I Know You Got Soul' which should appeal to those who like their beats big and brassy, nodding to the likes of The Wiseguys and that mid-90s era of cut-ups. Got a party that needs funking up? You know where to come.
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 in stock HK$93.48
SOS (2xLP + insert)
Cat: 019658 779211. Rel: 19 May 23
SOS (2:00)
Kill Bill (2:32)
Seek & Destroy (3:26)
Low (3:00)
Love Language (2:59)
Blind (2:33)
Used (feat Don Toliver) (2:29)
Snooze (3:17)
Notice Me (2:40)
Gone Girl (4:04)
Smoking On My Ex Pack (1:20)
Ghost In The Machine (feat Phoebe Bridgers) (3:46)
F2F (2:56)
Nobody Gets Me (3:08)
Conceited (2:33)
Special (2:35)
Too Late (2:45)
Far (2:57)
Shirt (3:06)
Open Arms (feat Travis Scott) (3:23)
I Hate U (3:33)
Good Days (4:31)
Forgiveless (feat Ol' dirty Bastard) (2:24)
Review: SZA's last album Ctrl in 2017 took the American vocalist into the stratosphere and so a follow up was always going to be a big challenge. But she rises to it and then some as the GRAMMY award-winning Top Dawg artist calls upon a top draw list of collaborators including Jeff Bhasker, Rodney Jerkins, DJ Dahi, Ant Clemons and Lizzo. The album went straight in at number one on the Billboard chart and was widely acclaimed by critics for its vocal performances and mix of r&b, pop and hip-hop styles. Plenty fo SZA's own innermost feelings are fully translated into this record, making it another absurdist, ambitious work.
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 in stock HK$203.25
Party Breaks & Bullshit
Party Breaks & Bullshit (orange vinyl 7" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: MC 003ORANGE. Rel: 10 May 23
Party Breaks & Bullshit (4:10)
Juicy Juice (3:29)
Review: Musclecuts provides all the pump you need for your party with this new limited edition orange 7" from DJ Shepdog. His Party Breaks & Bullshit EP mashes together a collage of legendary samples from hip hop greats like Notorious BIG. The drums hit hard, the scratching, melodies and basslines all pop with character and colour and made for non stop good times. And that's just the A-side. On the flip, Dr Dre, amongst others, is dropped into the funky breaks next to more from B.I.G. A real DJ weapon for sure.
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 in stock HK$119.92
To The Right
Cat: 45K 09. Rel: 06 Apr 23
To The Right (4:17)
Slow Down (4:26)
Review: East Coast hip-hop group Brand Nubian has a sound that is industrial and heavy on the low-end boom. They have just dropped a 30th-anniversary edition of their seminal In God We Trust album and now the members Grand Puba, Sadat X, and Lord Jamar are back with another 7". First up is 'To The Right' from 1990 and then comes 'Slow Down' from the same year and album, One For All. Both are fine examples of the rap sounds of the era and have very much stood the test of time. Well worth having.
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 in stock HK$113.77
Strumming My Pain
Cat: FF45 021. Rel: 14 Nov 22
Strumming My Pain (3:51)
So Sorry (3:56)
Review: With previous razor sharp re-versions and flips from the likes of Voodoocuts and DJ Pump, Friday's Funky 45 welcome in Double A to drop two monster remixes that will have the party people popping off from the first drop to the last. On the A side, The Fugees' evergreen version of 'Killing Me Softly' gets strapped to a hard-knocking beat which can't fail to get the masses moving. On the flip, 'So Sorry' is a twist-up of Outkast that delivers a crucial beat underneath 'Ms. Jackson' and gives the all-time classic a new lease of life.
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! low stock HK$93.48
Shoop E Doop
Cat: TFZ 003. Rel: 24 Apr 23
Shoop E Doop (3:07)
I Like It (Wheels Of Steal mix) (3:22)
Review: Brisbane-based label TakeFingz has already carved out a fan base after its first cook of EPs. They came from Forty Five Kings Collective members Deejay Katch and Toby Gee, who returns once more here for the label's third fresh 45rpm. This is classic beat work that draws on several vital hip-hop and soul sources to cook up all-new yet recognisable sounds. 'Shoop E Doop' is a dusty and low-slung groove with plenty of attitude in the female verses and then there is more of an r&b bump n grind to the flip side, 'I Like It' (Wheels Of Steal mix) which brings retro charm to any dance.
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 in stock HK$124.02
Knee Deeper (Hump Mix)
Knee Deeper (Hump Mix) (7" + sticker)
Cat: TFZ 001. Rel: 24 Apr 23
Knee Deeper (Hump mix) (3:04)
Request Line (Coro Drive mix) (3:02)
Review: Maybe there has been a hip-hop revolution down under in recent times, or maybe we're only just getting wind of it, but either way there sure has been plenty of heat arriving on our racks this year so far. Brisbane-based label TakeFingz is a new outlet that backs that up with its first firing EP from Forty Five Kings Collective member Toby Gee taking charge. He has plenty of old school boucle in his beats here with 'Knee Deeper (Hump mix)' riding on fat bass with withering bars up top. There is a slower and more sensuous sound to 'Request Line' (Coro Drive mix) with a seductive r&b vocal. A great start for sure.
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! low stock HK$121.87
Never Enough
Cat: 551050 6. Rel: 06 Apr 23
Ocho Rios
Toronto 2014
Let Me Go
Do You Like Me?
Buyer’s Remorse
Shot My Baby
Pain Is Inevitable
Vince Van Gogh
 in stock HK$95.53
Humpty Nas
Cat: FF45 018. Rel: 27 May 22
Humpty Nas (3:23)
Get On Down (3:08)
Review: Krafty Kuts join FF45's repertoire with 2 deft new tunes, both of which work their proper remixy mashup magic. On Side A, they merge Nas' 'Made You Look' together with Placebo's 'Humpty Dump' for a busy and bustling chill hip hop bit, 'Humpty Nas', all cloudy and energetic... Side B meanwhile reinterprets Kenny Dope's 'Get On Down' with original production flair.

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 in stock HK$93.48
Soul Sold Separately
Soul Sold Separately (translucent yellow vinyl LP + flexi disc + booklet)
Cat: 936248 58898. Rel: 05 Jun 23
Couldn't Be Done (feat Kelly Price) (2:30)
Blackest In The Room (2:24)
Pain & Strife (feat Offset) (3:07)
Zipper Bagz (2:11)
Too Much (feat Moneybagg Yo) (3:40)
Lobster Omelette (feat Rick Ross) (1:15)
Space Rabbit (4:25)
Feel No Pain (feat Anderson .paak & Reakwon) (3:31)
Rabbit Vision (3:09)
Pys (feat DJ Paul) (2:49)
Dark Hearted (3:25)
Gold Rings (feat Pusha T) (3:39)
Grandma's Stove (feat Musiq Soulchild) (3:40)
Cia (3:27)
Decoded (feat Scarface) (3:14)
Review: Somehow Soul Sold Separately is actually the first time that the now well-revered American rapper Freddie Gibbs has released an album on a major label. It has a concept too and finds Gibbs using a smart meta-narrative to make the point that selling one's soul for success in the music industry doesn't happen with a single instantaneous flick of the pen. Musically, there are plenty of tunes with Rick Ross, Anderson Paak and Pusha T, and Gibbs also explores more dark and conspiratorial sounds on tunes like 'Too Much', 'Dark Hearted', and 'CIA'. A fine major label debut.

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 in stock HK$319.17
My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy
My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy (trifold 3xLP + poster + artwork in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: B 001469501. Rel: 22 Aug 14
Dark Fantasy
Gorgeous (feat Kid Cudi & Raekwon)
All Of The Lights (interlude)
All Of The Lights
Monster (feat Jay-Z, Rick Ross, Nicki Minaj & Bon Iver)
So Appalled (feat Jay-Z, Pusha T, T Pryce Cy Hi, Swizz Beatz & The RZA)
Devil In A New Dress (feat Rick Ross)
Runaway (feat Pusha T)
Hell Of A Life
Blamegame (feat John Legend)
Lost In The World (feat Bon Iver)
Who Will Survive In America
 in stock HK$355.76
Poetic Justice
Cat: SSRLP 002. Rel: 25 May 23
Pullin' Back The Curtain (intro) (0:37)
Dues & Don'ts (3:21)
The Wait (Part1) (0:53)
Fraud Fades (0:52)
Suit Up (4:49)
Mood Swings (0:43)
Mono Pro Bono (2:17)
The Oath (1:21)
Taking The Stand (5:02)
All Rise (1:04)
Sinkhole (0:34)
The Appeal (2:20)
Loyalty Over Royalty (3:18)
The Wait (part 2) (2:07)
No Clouds On A Sunny Day (0:44)
The Wait (part 3) (3:56)
I Rest My Case (0:27)
Review: Three years ago, Dutch multi-instrumentalist and producer Noam Offir unveiled his debut album as Soul Supreme, a vividly realised fusion of jazz-funk, jazz-fusion, hip-hop, soul and electrofunk flavours that boasted impeccable musicianship. Poetic Justice, the rising star's hotly anticipated follow-up, continues in a similar vein whilst aiming higher. The musicianship is, if anything, even better, with liberal use of horns, P-funk synth sounds, Clavinet, warming electric piano motifs, loose limbed drums (blessed with the swing of live drums, but - we think - MPC-powered). It's basically the same old super Soul Supreme sound, taken to the next level. As a result, Poetic Justice is even better than its lauded predecessor. Don't sleep on this one!
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 in stock HK$170.66
Soul Sold Separately
Soul Sold Separately (limited LP + flexi disc + booklet)
Cat: 009362 4870708. Rel: 08 Jun 23
Couldn't Be Done (feat Kelly Price)
Blackest In The Room
Pain & Strife (feat Offset)
Zipper Bagz
Too Much (feat Moneybagg Yo)
Lobster Omelette (feat Rick Ross)
Space Rabbit (4:25)
Feel No Pain (feat Anderson .paak & Reakwon) (3:31)
Rabbit Vision (3:09)
Pys (feat DJ Paul) (2:49)
Dark Hearted (3:25)
Gold Rings (feat Pusha T) (3:39)
Grandma's Stove (feat Musiq Soulchild) (3:40)
Cia (3:27)
Decoded (feat Scarface) (3:14)
Review: The vinyl version of Freddie Gibbs' latest LP Soul Sold Separately has finally dropped, doing ultimate justice to one of the rapper's few concept albums. Explaining the toxic relationship between the omnipresence of free drugs in the hip-hop scene and the exchanging of favours that may or may not artistically compromise on the work of the music-maker, Gibbs uses a smart meta-narrative to hammer home the fact that the process of selling one's soul for success in the biz doesn't happen with a single instantaneous flick of the pen, but a slow boiling of the pot - in which it is often impossible to know when the door is closed behind you. Our rabbit protagonist traverses dramatic and confident worlds of hellfire across 20 gut-punching trap cuts, with gloomy highlights including 'Zipper Bagz' and 'Gold Rings'.
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 in stock HK$243.84
KIDS (2xLP (side 4 screen-printed) + poster)
Cat: RSTRM 517LP. Rel: 13 Aug 20
Kickin' Incredibly Dope Shit (intro) (3:25)
Outside (3:33)
Get Em Up (3:04)
Nikes On My Feet (2:45)
Senior Skip Day (2:57)
The Spins (3:15)
Don't Mind If I Do (2:18)
Paper Route (feat Chevy Woods) (2:50)
Good Evening (4:02)
Ride Around (2:27)
Knock Knock (3:20)
Mad Flava Heavy Flow (feat DJ Bonics - interlude) (0:27)
Kool Aid & Frozen Pizza (2:37)
All I Want Is You (3:43)
Poppy (2:49)
Face In The Crowd (3:41)
Review: The legend of the late Mac Miller lives on with a special rerelease of the American artist's fourth mixtape, K.I.D.S. It first landed in 2010 when he was very much on the rise, and the title is an acronym for "Kickin' Incredibly Dope Shit", which is a reference to 1995 film Kids. Seven of the tracks came with well received music vides that got heavy plays on YouTube and helped contribute to the Miller's very real rise over the last decade. The sounds are lush and deep and more classically hip hop in style that his later more r&b leaning work. It's filled with smart samples and plenty of his catchy vocal hooks and is a fine addition to any collection.
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 in stock HK$182.95
Let The Funk Hit 'Em
Cat: TFZ 002. Rel: 24 Apr 23
Let The Funk Hit 'Em (3:56)
90% Of Main Source (4:04)
Review: TakeFingz is a new label out of Brisbane that won plenty of fans with its first offering and now comes on strong with a second bristling brew of beats. Much like Toby Gee who was behind the first 45rpm, Deejay Katch is a member of the Forty Five Kings Collective and has been laying down beats ever since the 80s while also being a key part of Resin Dogs, a famed Aussie hip-hop crew, since 1996. He opens with the unmistakable vocals Rakim for and centre on the -aide over timeless boom bop, them reworks a Gwen McRae break from '90% of Me Is You' with classic soul and hip-hop production on the flip. Two more fine fusions.
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 in stock HK$124.02
Mezzanine (2xLP)
Cat: 375404 3. Rel: 25 Nov 14
Inertia Creeps
Dissolved Girl
Man Next Door
Black Milk
Group Four
Review: Originally issued back in 1998, Mezzanine remains the most commercially successful album released by Bristol troupe Massive Attack, thanks in no small part to the Liz Fraser-featuring "Teardrop". This third album signalled a change in sonic direction that played more explicitly on the darkness and tension that was always an undercurrent of their much loved debut Blue Lines and successor Protection. After numerous bootlegs over the years, Virgin have done the right thing and presented this official reissue of Mezzanine to appease fans of Massive Attack and it's clear the LP has lost none of it's bewitching power. The Quincy Jones and Isaac Hayes sampling "Exhange" and "Exchange" remain a delight in particular.
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 in stock HK$268.23
Haboglabotribin' (7" repress)
Cat: OG 042. Rel: 07 Jun 23
Bernard Wright - "Haboglabotribin'" (4:15)
Snoop Doggy Dogg - "GZ & Hustlas" (4:39)
 in stock HK$89.38
Awaken My Love!
Awaken My Love! (LP + insert)
Cat: GLS 22101. Rel: 10 Nov 17
Me & Your Mama (6:19)
Have Some Love (3:42)
Boogieman (3:34)
Zombies (4:31)
Riot (2:05)
Redbone (5:25)
California (7:15)
Terrified (6:10)
Baby boy (3:32)
The Night Me & Your Mama Met (3:32)
Stand Tall (2:42)
Played by: Scratchandsniff
 in stock HK$189.10
The Low End Theory
Cat: JIVE 41418. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Buggin Out
Rap Promoter
Verses From The Abstract
Show Business
Vibes & Stuff
The Infamous Date Rape
Check The Rhime
Everything Is Fair
Jazz (We've Got)
 in stock HK$372.05
Since I Left You
Since I Left You (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: XLLP 138. Rel: 21 Jul 16
Since I Left You (4:18)
Stay Another Season (2:19)
Radio (4:27)
Two Hearts In 3/4 Time (3:24)
Avalanche Rock (0:23)
Flight Tonight (3:56)
Close To You (3:56)
Diners Only (1:37)
A Different Feeling (4:31)
Electricity (3:29)
Tonight May Have To Last Me All My Life (2:20)
Pablo's Cruise (0:53)
Frontier Psychiatrist (4:49)
Etoh (5:09)
Summer Crane (4:32)
Little Journey (1:39)
Live At Dominoes (5:36)
Extra A Kings (3:49)
 in stock HK$158.56
Enter The Wu Tang (36 Chambers) (reissue)
Cat: 190758 83381. Rel: 20 Sep 22
Bring Me Da Ruckus (4:11)
Shame On Da Nigga (2:58)
Clan In Da Front (4:33)
Wu-Tang 7th Chamber (6:06)
Can It Be All So Simple (4:45)
Protect Ya Neck (Intermission) (7:03)
Da Mystery Of Chessboxin' (4:47)
Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nothing Ta F' Wit (3:36)
CREAM (4:12)
Method Man (5:51)
Tearz (4:17)
Wu-Tang 7th Chamber (part II - Conclusion) (5:11)
 in stock HK$182.95
Hotline Bling
Cat: BCR 139. Rel: 30 Mar 23
Hotline Bling (3:29)
Murkit Gem (2:36)
Review: Bjorn Wagner's Bacao Rhythm & Steel Band have put out several fresh albums and many great 7"s on Big Crown and 'Hotline Bling' is another one. The mysterious Hamburg outfit brings their famous steel pan sound and reaches new heights here as they again cover songs that span genres and range from mega-hits to album cuts. Their own unique approach is to mix up the traditional sounds of Trinidad and Tobago with the original source material to leave you ready to dance all night long.
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 in stock HK$73.08
Glorious Game
Glorious Game (limited sky high coloured vinyl LP (indie exclusive))
Cat: BCR 122LPC2. Rel: 13 Apr 23
Grateful (2:52)
Glorious Game (feat Kirby) (3:56)
I'm Still Somehow (1:58)
Hollow Way (2:25)
Protocol (feat Son Little) (2:54)
The Weather (3:03)
That Girl (2:15)
I Would Never (2:41)
Alone (2:05)
Miracle (2:36)
Glorious Game (reprise) (1:16)
Alter Ego (feat Brainstory) (3:11)
Review: Cinematic soul maestro El Michels Affair unleashes his latest collaboration with Roots co-founder and lyricist Black Thought, bowling full speed ahead into the next phase of his career. Glorious Game is an album-length ode to "the game", an ephemeral concept loosely denoting the group practice of ladder-climbing in hip-hop; the divine hustle; life itself. Through bright soul-tinged electronic beats, instrumental contributions from session artists, and introspective lyrics, the pair once more prove themselves able to convey a complex sonic world.
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 in stock HK$162.56
Coffee (Japanese Edition)
Coffee (Japanese Edition) (7" with obi-strip)
Cat: WRFZK 002. Rel: 30 May 23
Coffee (3:35)
Coffee (instrumental) (3:36)
Review: The second analog release from the Japanese hip-hop label Warufuzake, 'Coffee' hears the amusingly-named Soy Ayers helm up production and rap duties for a new release on 7" wax. The track is a playful b-boy-breaksy hip-hop cut that regales the story of men seducing the objects of their affections with euphemistic 'coffee'. Exquisitely illustrated and obi-stripped, we can't wait to hear more from this new venture and wisecracking moniker.
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 in stock HK$154.46
Get With It/Style Like Mine
Get With It/Style Like Mine (7" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: TIR 002. Rel: 05 Oct 22
The Jazz Souls - "Get With It" (3:41)
The Cowbell Brothers - "Style Like Mine" (3:51)
Review: Super limited, super handy 7" this one from US label The Influence which combines funk, breaks, house, hip hop and soul. The Jazz Souls kick off with some unabashed use of James Brown samples on 'Get With It.' Eventually, it becomes a rolling and funky hip hop number with florid melodies. On the flip side, The Cowbell Brothers 'Style Like Mine' has dirty bass riffs, tin-pot percussion and big breaks topped off with steamy female vocals. Great tools to liven up the club.
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 in stock HK$130.07
Good Kid Maad City (10th Anniversary Edition)
Good Kid Maad City (10th Anniversary Edition) (gatefold milky clear vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: 060244 8224385. Rel: 02 Nov 22
Sherane aka Master Splinter's Daughter (3:29)
Bitch, Don't Kill My Vibe (6:02)
Backseat Freestyle (5:14)
The Art Of Peer Pressure (4:14)
Money Trees (feat Jay Rock) (6:13)
Poetic Justice (feat Drake) (4:52)
Good Kid (4:01)
Maad City (feat MC Eiht) (6:06)
Swimming Pools (Drank) (extended version) (3:53)
Sing About Me, I'm Dying Of Thirst (13:36)
Real (feat Anna Wise Of Sonnymoon) (7:22)
Compton (feat Dr Dre) (4:17)
Review: We can't believe it's been 10 years since the king of hip-hop first laid his claim to the coveted crown and title. 'Good Kid, M.a.a.d City', a deeply personal reflection by Compton, CA-born rapper Kendrick Lamar about, well, life, has grown to command a much wider gravitas today than it did upon its first release. Back then, it had enough pop appeal to hype up the mass of its listeners, while also intelligently working enough ironic political commentary about the nature of American hood experience into the lyrics, to have the effect of wisely 'nudging' the average popular international music consumer to wake up and listen up. This is an album about deep and open psychic wounds gashed across the social fabric of the USA, told through the isolated perspective of just one kid. A kid who, as a result of his own predicament, was compelled to embark on a quest of mastery over vernacular, flow, cadence, and rhyme, to give an unlikely yet loud voice to a deeply mistreated people.
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Yo! Boombox: Early Independent Hip Hop Electro & Disco Rap 1979-83
Cat: SJRLP 5307. Rel: 18 May 23
The Carver Area High School Seniors - "Get Live '83" (7:43)
Mike T - "Do It Any Way You Wanna" (6:53)
Chapter III - "Real Rocking Groove (Rap & Breaks)" (6:32)
Sinister Two - "Rock It Don't Stop It" (7:57)
Sangria - "To The Beat Y'all" (5:15)
Funky Four Plus One More - "Rappin' & Rocking The House" (6:52)
The Just Four - "Girls Of The World (Genius Rap & Breaks)" (7:03)
Eye Beta Rock - "Super Rock Body Shock" (8:39)
Funky Constellation - "Street Talk (Madam Rapper)" (9:47)
Kool Kyle The Starchild - "Do You Like That Funky Beat (Ahh Beat, Beat)" (8:38)
The Just Four - "Jam To Remember" (6:54)
Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five - "Super Rappin' No 2" (7:16)
Silver Star - "Eei Eei O" (7:16)
Magic's Trick - "Magic's Rap" (mono mix)
Magic's Trick - "Magic's Rap" (Stereo mix)
Review: Soul Jazz Records' Boombox series is back with another crucial instalment, this time focussing on the early days of hip-hop, electro and disco rap. These multi-cultural scenes have their roots in community centres, block parties and street jams that were appearing back in the Bronx. It's another fine and fulsome collection across six sides of vinyl and features some of the many innovative names from between 1979 and 1983. All of them are rare, classic and obscure tracks that come with stunning photography from Sophie Bramly who got rare access to document the early days of this scene in New York.
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Tags: Disco Funk
 in stock HK$243.84
Sin Miedo (Del Amor Y Otros Demonios) (reissue)
Sin Miedo (Del Amor Y Otros Demonios) (reissue) (limited clear vinyl LP + poster)
Cat: 382844 4. Rel: 02 Aug 22
La Luna Enamorada (1:52)
Fue Mejor (feat PARTYNEXTDOOR) (3:48)
Aguardiente Y Limon (2:43)
Vaya Con Dios (2:58)
Que Te Pedi (1:42)
Quiero Sentirme Bien (3:39)
Telepatia (2:43)
No Eres Tu (Soy Yo) (2:00)
De Nadie (3:00)
Aqui Yo Mando! (feat Rico Nasty) (2:22)
Te Pongo Mal (Prendelo) (feat Jowell & Randy) (2:53)
La Luz (Fin) (feat Jhay Cortez) (2:59)
Angel Sin Cielo (2:02)
Solita (bonus track) (2:57)
Review: Grammy and Latin Grammy-nominated artist Kali Uchis was raised between Virginia and Colombia. She's a revered voice in the contemporary world of hip hop, neo soul and r&b. Her 2018 album Isolation truly proved that to the world while Sin Miedo (del Amor y Otros Demonios) marked a second album and first Spanish-language project from the great singer. It comes with plenty of re-sung but previously released tracks that explore dreamy latin grooves with mid tempo rhythms and sun kissed pads, as well as new cuts and a collaboration with PartyNextDoor, 'la luna enamorada'
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Roseland NYC Live
Roseland NYC Live (180 gram audiophile vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: MOVLP 480. Rel: 05 May 22
Humming (5:43)
Cowboys (5:21)
All Mine (8:22)
Mysterons (0:27)
Only You (6:05)
Half Day Closing (5:01)
Over (4:03)
Glory Box (5:36)
Sour Times (5:22)
Roads (5:50)
Strangers (5:21)
 in stock HK$243.84
Stakes Is High (reissue)
Stakes Is High (reissue) (limited cassette)
Cat: RMM 0544. Rel: 01 Jun 23
Intro (2:45)
Supa Emcees (3:33)
The Bizness (4:26)
Yunonstop (0:50)
Wonce Again Long Island (4:07)
Dinnit (3:49)
Brakes (0:34)
Dog Eat Dog (4:08)
Baby, Baby, Baby, Baby, Ooh Baby (3:35)
Long Island Degrees (5:38)
Betta Listen (4:08)
Itzsoweezee (HOT) (4:44)
4 More (4:35)
Big Brother Beat (3:42)
Down Syndrome (3:13)
Pony Ride (4:02)
Stakes Is High (5:56)
Sunshine (4:26)
 in stock HK$128.12
2014 Forest Hills Drive (reissue)
Cat: 550593 9. Rel: 28 Apr 23
Intro (0:24)
January 28th (3:46)
Wet Dreamz (5:22)
03' Adolescence (3:17)
Tale Of 2 Citiez (6:21)
Fire Squad (2:43)
St Tropez (5:44)
GOMD (13:58)
No Role Modelz (0:21)
Hello (5:37)
Apparently (1:34)
Love Yourz (10:55)
Note To Self (10:55)
Review: Few people can be said to be a true hip-hop head lest they've heard 2014 Forest Hills Drive by J. Cole. The heartfelt, orchestrally-tempered album was released way back in 2014 (duh) and hears the rapper sing and speak eloquently of his bittersweet coming-of-age - telling many stories of his first loves, his adolescent angst, and his intentional avoidance of the wrong paths. Now lovingly reissued just in time for its 10th Anniversary, we're glad to hear the LP that helped establish Cole's romantic, reminiscent side won't stay out of the limelight.
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 in stock HK$260.14
What It Feels Like (Carrtoons remix)
What It Feels Like (Carrtoons remix)
What It Feels Like
Review: Potatohead People's classic tune 'What It Feels Like' featuring T3 (Slum Village), Kapok and Illa J, first released in 2020 alongside an unmatched live video, gets not only a reissue on vinyl here but a remix treatment from in-demand bass player Carrtoons. Switching up the order of the verses, dubbing out the horns and adding in his signature basswork, Carrtoons brings a fresh flavour to the track's already steaming, boom-bap verve. Fans of Anderson Paak, Smoove or anyone operating in the crossover of neo-soul, jazz and rap will be much pleased by this one.
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 in stock HK$81.28
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