Jo has come through for us again. Earlier this week, he sent me this issue just as I was going through that Wordpress madness. This is yet another issue that was stolen from me in college and there are some interesting articles in this issue. I remember being very East Coast biased during this time and I was heavily into BDP, Lord Finesse, and Tribe when this issue came out. The Geto Boys were one of the few non-East Coast groups that I was listening to and that was mainly because I always enjoyed Willie D’s straight forward approach on the mic. He wasn’t a lyrical beast but you always knew exactly what was on his mind. Honesty is truly missing in hip-hop today.
And don’t forget to send a little thank you to Jo in the comment section for scanning this. He’s busy scanning a few more ‘91/’92 issues that will be posted here as well.
Juice OST (4 broken records)
Lord Finesse – Return of the Funky Man (3.5 broken records)
Sir Mix-A-Lot – Mack Daddy (3 broken records)
The Future Sound – The Whole Shabang (3.5 broken records)
Chi Ali – The Fabulous Chi Ali (3 broken records)
D-Nice – To Tha Rescue (3 broken records)
O.C.U. – Stronger than the Mafia (2 broken records)