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Da King & I - Contemporary Jeep Music flac album

Da King & I - Contemporary Jeep Music flac album Performer: Da King & I
Title: Contemporary Jeep Music
Released: 1993
Country: US
MP3 album: 1978 mb
FLAC album: 1607 mb
Rating: 4.3
Other formats: MP3 MPC MP4 DTS XM DXD MOD
Genre: RAP / Hip-hop

Da King & I. Contemporary Jeep Music.

Top 5 album of all-time for me which makes 3 from 1993 in that list. The two others are Illmatic and Infamous for the record. Buckshot's hunger and talent was amazing to hear on this album. Evil Dee's beats were grimy, gritty and perfect for the era. Aside from Infamous I think this album sums up the NY sound that everyone was trying to copy in this era. 2. A Tribe Called Quest - Midnight Marauders. Da King & I - Contemporary Jeep Music. This album was crushed by lack of promotional push and maybe lacking that true radio hit.

Da King & I - Crack Da Weasel (Dat Other Shit) (1993). Chi King - God Bless Da Child.

Da King & I has been played on NTS shows including Ted Draws, with Flip Da Scrip (DJ Premier Remix) first played on 26 September 2017. Da King & I was a hip-hop duo composed of Izzy Ice and DJ Majesty, they were signed to Rowdy/Arista/BMG Records and were often compared to another MC/DJ duo, Pete Rock & CL Smooth. The duo's first release was the 5-track maxi single titled Flip da Scrip, which was released on November 24, 1992

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Contemporary Jeep Music. 13. This Is How We Do. 3'04. Top Songs Da King & I. Ghetto Instinct. Crack da Weasel (Dat Other S ). Brain 2 U.

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Da King & I. Overview. Albums (current section). 18 tracks · 13 July 1993. 6 tracks · 24 May 1993. 3 tracks · 24 November 1992. Flip Da Scrip (Remix).

Tracklist

Contemporary Side
A1 Contemporary Jeep Music 1:15
A2 Let's Take A Trip 3:08
A3 Flip Da Scrip 3:54
A4 Interlude 1 / MC Asshole 0:34
A5 Krak Da Weazel 3:13
A6 Interlude 2 / Amusement Park 4:05
A7 Brain 2 U 4:01
A8 Tears 4:03
Jeep Side
B1 Soul Shack Interlude 0:57
B2 Ghetto Instinct 3:22
B3 Interlude 3 / Jazz Skit 0:20
B4 This Is How We Do 3:53
B5 Interlude 4 / Izzy Sings Da Blues 0:50
B6 Lost My Mind 3:43
B7 Represent 3:13
B8 What's Up Doc 3:40

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Arista Records, Inc.
  • Distributed By – Arista Records, Inc.
  • Recorded At – Quad Recording Studios
  • Recorded At – Chung King Studios
  • Recorded At – Unique Studios
  • Recorded At – Soul Shack Studios
  • Mixed At – Chung King Studios
  • Mastered At – Masterdisk

Credits

  • A&R [Direction] – Reggie Peters
  • Art Direction – Caron Veazey
  • Co-producer – Izzy Ice
  • Coordinator [Album] – Kimberley Lumpkin*
  • Engineer [Assistant] – Brook Dawit*, John Wydrycs, Michael Iverson, Rob Summers
  • Engineer [Mix] – Gregg "The Mutha-Fuckin" Mann*, Joe Postell*, Steve Ett
  • Engineer [Recording] – Joseph Postell, Steve Ett
  • Executive-Producer – Claude Austin , Dallas Austin
  • Mastered By – Tony Dawsey
  • Mixed By – Da King & I, Steve Ett
  • Photography By – Danny Clinch
  • Producer, Arranged By – Majesty

Notes

Produced, arranged, and co-produced for Soul Shack Entertainment, Inc.
Recorded at Quad Recording Studios, Chung King Studios, Marathon Studios, Unique Studios, New York, NY; Soul Shack Studios, Brooklyn, NY.
Mixed at Chung King Studios.
Mastered at Masterdisk, New York.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 75444-37001-1 8

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
75444-37001-4 Da King & I Contemporary Jeep Music ‎(Cass, Album) Rowdy Records 75444-37001-4 US 1993
KAMECD-8 Da King & I Contemporary Jeep Music ‎(CD, Album, RE) Rowdy Records KAMECD-8 Japan 2007
75444-37001-2 Da King & I Contemporary Jeep Music ‎(CD, Album) Rowdy Records 75444-37001-2 US 1993


Comments: (4)
Nikobar
I'm confused as to why these guys had the same name as the group in the movie Fly By Night? Weren't they also called Da King & I? I know it's just a movie, but it dropped around the same time these guys were putting out early singles. Wouldn't that have been considered corny or biting?
Cerar
I was all over this when it dropped. It was getting a lot of play on the premier UK hip hop radio shows at the time - Westwood/Max N Dave/279 Etc...It's pretty much a perfect album from the early-mid 90's era. Would love to hear more from these cats, there's gotta be some more material out there in the vaults??
Hanelynai
I'm a certified hip hop head but this was one album that went under my radar in the 90's. More of a testament to just how much quality hip hop was being made in this golden era. The title is also misleading as you would expect it to be bass shaking hip hop, however it's deep jazz influenced boom bap gold. As you can see from previous comment back in 2004, I think more people like myself are digging deeper for quality hip hop from a great era and you won't find many better albums than this. It's becoming hard to find because people who are fortunate to have it are hanging on to it. Do yourself a favor and grab a copy well worth it!
Drelajurus
one of the best undiscovered bands you are likely to here. contemporary jeep beats was released when that big booming east coast bass sound that took hold in the early nineties. the cd version includes the tears remix as well, well worth looking out for if you can find it. and if you do, expect it to be cheap. the album was a flop the artist were unheard of again and god knows what happened to the label that released it. but at true investment musically.