In the July 1997 issue of The Source, The Lady Of Rage received 3,5 Mics for her “Necessary Roughness” album. 3,5 Mics being “Dope” on the Source scale of giving Mics. The highly anticipated album was released on Death Row Records with production of Dat Nigga Daz, Easy Mo Bee, Kenney Parker, DJ Premier and […]
When cleaning up the Hip Hop Collector’s archive I came across some classic Ol’ Dirty Bastard singles. I was blessed to see Ol’ Dirty perform once back in the 90’s. As many other fans I was and still am a big fan of his crazy cool style. #RIP
Meeting Kool G Rap was a childhood dream that came true. Finally that day arrived when had the opportunity to meet him after his performance in Amsterdam on July 6th, 2017. Real hip hop Very happy as well he was so kind to autograph some stuff I took with me. Just took the 4,5,6 album […]
This book is an absolutely must have on the bookshelf of every hip hop lover!! Foreword by Chuck D from Public Enemy Available for a cheap price right here: http://amzn.to/2sdhYVU Hip Hop Raised Me is the definitive volume on the essence, experience, and energy that is hip hop, and its massive and enduring impact over the […]
Had a fantastic time reading this wonderful and truly entertaining book by Shea Serrano , Illustrated by Arturo Torres & Foreword by Ice-T And it comes for a very cheap price: http://amzn.to/2pVV8R9 The Rap Year Book takes readers on a journey that begins in 1979, widely regarded as the moment rap as a genre became recognised as […]
Feel free to read the interview with me, the Hip Hop Collector – You will find out how it all started and how I actually became the Hip Hop Collector. http://chase.be/blog/meet-the-flemish-guy-behind-one-of-the-biggest-hip-hop-blogs-in-the-world/
Meeting Slick Rick last year in Germany was a dream come true. Finally I was able to scratch it from my bucket list. Hours and hours of waiting at the venue finally resulted in a meet and greet with one of the hip hop legends. #Blessed
De La Soul Is Dead is De La Soul’s second full-length album and was produced by Prince Paul. Released on May 13, 1991.
Check out the classic 1995 hip hop song by Jamal. It directly brings you back into that 90’s feeling. Great beats and lyrics, just like we all want it!! #RealHipHop #Respect #Jamal Don’t forget to share this hip hop classic!!
Make sure you check out that Stretch and Bobbito: Radio That Changed Lives film!! #AMustSee During the 1990s, Stretch and Bobbito introduced the world to an unsigned Nas, Biggie, Wu-Tang, and Big Pun, as well as an unknown Jay Z, Eminem, and the Fugees. The total record sales for all the artists that premiered on their […]