All tracks licensed and remastered for a fat sounding 45! Lifted from BDP’s 1989 LP, Ghetto Music: The Blueprint of Hip Hop, Jack Of Spades see the blastmaster KRS-One on both mic and production duties and jacks the Brentford Allstars Greedy G beat to great effect! Instrumental on da flip! Grab copies of this imported vinyl before they are ga-ga-gone.

Lesser known but equally funky break, Soul Travellin’ takes you on a musical journey of epic proportions, with Gary Byrd providing some early rap lyrics backed by the funkiness of The Jimmy Castor Bunch. Never had an official reissue on a 45 until now so pick up a copy now and enjoy the funky horns of the Gary Byrd Experience!

All tracks licensed and remastered for a fat sounding 45! What a monster of a release!! “Clap your hands everybody, if you got what it takes….” -famous bars throwing tribute to Kurtis Blow’s “The Breaks” – this golden era classic makes its debut on a 45 and watch this one fly out – classic Preeeemo production! Less than 10 are in stock and these were imported from the UK so grab doubles right now.

All tracks licensed and remastered for a fat sounding 45! First release on Dinked/Random Rap Records is the lesser known, but equally phat remix of the all-time classic 93 ‘Til Inifinity. The East Oakland backpacker crew doing what they do best. First time on a 45….instrumental on da flip! These were imported from the UK so it will be hard for you to find at your local record shop.