90's Era

Mobb Deep – Eye For a Eye ft. Nas & Raekwon

What happened to music? I won’t go to much into it, I wouldn’t want to hurt anyone feelings. Nowadays everyone is so sensitive. Anyway, here is one of my favorites

Gang Starr – Mass Appeal

Dj Premier and Guru known as Gang Starr released this classic in 1994. This one titled “Mass Appeal,” off the Hard 2 Earn album, available now on iTunes. At the

Black Moon – I Got Cha Opin (Remix)

This is definitely a classic hip hop tracks from NYC in the early 90s. off the ‘Enta Da Stage’ album which is a must have for any music fan. Get

Raekwon – Heaven & Hell ft. Ghostface Killah

Damn the 90’s feel so good. When Raekwon dropped this I was just getting ready to hit Atlanta. My first experience at Freaknik. Anyway, this one titled “Heaven & Hell,”

Half-A-Mill – Some Ni***z

Released in 1998 was one of the hardest street records to hit the music scene in NYC. Half-A-Mill dropped “Some Niggaz,” which was available through Penalty Records. This song was

Capone-N-Noreaga – L.A, L.A. (feat. Mobb Deep & Tragedy Khadafi)

Here’s another classic from Capone-N-Noreaga titled “L.A, L.A.,” featuring Mobb Deep & Tragedy Khadafi. This one is produced by Marley Marl and released in 1996.

Raekwon – Incarcerated Scarfaces

Wu-Tang’s Raekwon released his solo project “Only Built 4 Cuban Linx” in 1995. Here is the music video to one of his singles “Incarcerated Scarfaces.”

Fat Joe – John Blaze ft. Nas, Big Pun, Jadakiss & Raekwon

Back when hip hop was dope. Not to knock it completely now, but there is a lot of dumbed down music out mow. Here’s Fat Joe’s “John Blaze,” featuring Nas,

Lord Finesse – Return Of The Funky Man

Check out this classic from Lord Finesse. This is the title track to his 1992 release “Return Of The Funky Man.” Lord Finesse (February 23, 1970) is a Hip hop

Ghostface Killah – Motherless Child feat. Raekwon

In 1996 Ghostface Killah released his solo debut “Ironman.” Here is one of the singles featuring Raekwon titled “Motherless Child.”