From the album: D.I.T.C. Studios (DITC Studios; Slice-Of-Spice), CD and Vinyl LP shipping.
Song produced by: Motif Alumni

From the album: D.I.T.C. Studios (DITC Studios; Slice-Of-Spice), CD and Vinyl LP shipping.
Song produced by: Supa Ugly

Diggin’ In The Crates crew are back in the studio, their own studio at that, and the result is their first new album in 15 years. 15 tracks deep, this album features lyrics and production by all members of the crew, including a few new affiliates. Highlights include a return to the microphone by Lord Finesse on the banger “Rock Shyt”, Fat Joe returning to this legendary Bronx crew and DJ Premier production on “Connect 3”. This album was designed to be the first of many new releases coming out of their new headquarters and label, DITC Studios.
Vinyl LP also shipping (only two copies left of the vinyl at the time of this writing).

Slice Of Spice is proud to have collaborated with Ed Piskor and Fantagraphics for Issue #12 of the award winning comic, Hip Hop Family Tree. Each issue comes with a free playable flexi-postcard featuring the track, “Hip Hop Family Tree Pt.1”, produced by Jorun Bombay. There is also a very special limited edition front cover variant of Issue #12, featuring an exclusive Biggie Smalls illustration, not available in your local comic book store.

“One of the stand out tracks from First Divisions debut album, Overworked & Underpaid, was the DJ Premier produced, “This Iz Tha Time”. As we’re dealing with authentic hip hop we figured we’d put out a proper 12″ release, including Instrumental, A Cappella and Bonus Track!” – Slice-Of-Spice. Cop the full length album on Vinyl LP (Colored), Vinyl LP (Black), CD and Cassette.

On brown splatter colored vinyl! This vinyl had been delayed due to quality issues, because Slice-Of-Spice makes sure they only put out vinyl that passes their 110% quality guarantee! The good news is we now have limited stock! Killer debut album by emcees Shylow & Expertise is Boom Bap hip hop to the core, featuring beats by the album’s Executive Producer Marco Polo plus DJ Premier, Kev Brown, Jake One, The Doppelgangaz, BeatWyze and guest appearances from Prince Po, Rah Digga, Torae, Hannibal Stax and more.
Vinyl LP (Black) and Cassette also available for pre-order. CD now shipping.

What you have right here is 8 previously unavailable Lord Finesse A Cappellas. Heads know the deal with this record, with 4 joints from, Funky Technician, on Side A and 4 joints from, Return Of The Funky Man, on Side B. Limited to 250 copies pressed on 180 gram vinyl.
The Remixes: A Midas Era Retrospective (2CD) now shipping.

The incredible DJ Premier Remix of the Lord Finesse classic “Keep The Crowd Listening”, from his debut album, Funky Technician, finally gets an official release and then some. Including the “DJ Premier: From The Beginning” dedication track
From the double CD: The Remixes: A Midas Era Retrospective now shipping

This album has sat in the archives for nearly a decade, but is finally getting the release it deserves. El Da Sensei is Mean “Johnny” Barrows and K-Def is Ghettoman in this gritty New Jersey soundtrack. These two combine as ‘The Enforcers’ taking down anyone who gets in their way on a mission to give you what you need…quality hip hop! No soundtrack is complete without quality art and this doesn’t disappoint with an incredible cover illustration by Fred Whyte.
Vinyl LP and Vinyl LP (Instrumentals) available for pre-order.

From the album: D.I.T.C. Studios (Slice-Of-Spice; D.I.T.C. Records), CD and Vinyl LP available for pre-order.
Song produced by: Motif Alumni