Edo G - After All These Years Cassette
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Limited orange cassette.
''After All These Years'' is a testament to Edo G's longevity and consistency in Hip Hop. This album represents the classic Boom Bap that Edo G is known for since his 1991 debut ''Life of a Kid in the Ghetto''. The album features ''2 Turntables and a Mic'' produced by Pete Rock, which is reminiscent of that raw 90's sound. ''Fight'' featuring Chuck D of Public Enemy is a hard edged track produced by Vanderslice with consciously driven lyrics. ''Da Beef Goes On'' featuring Specialteamz (Jaysaun & Slaine) touches an emotional chord on domestic violence and the effect it has on families & children.
Edo.G's recent thoughts: ''After All These Years is pretty much self-explanatory. It's a combination of what I've learned over the last 23 years in Hip Hop and in life. For me it's a spring board to greater things. This record marks my third career in Hip Hop. The first was Ed OG and Da Bulldogs, the second as a solo artist, circa 1999 and now presently with my partner Jamieson Grillo and the launch of our new label 5th and Union. There are no limitations and the future of classic Hip Hop looks Bright.''
|Produced by Pete Rock (tracks 1, 4, 9); 9th Wonder (2); Explizit One (5); Marco Polo (7); Vanderslice (12).|
|1.||2 Turntables & A Mic|
|2.||Back & Forth (feat. King Magnetic)|
|5.||16's (feat. Guilty Simpson)|
|6.||U N I|
|7.||Neva Die (Boom Bap)|
|8.||Love (feat. Camp Lo)|
|9.||Let Da Horns Blow (feat. Walter Beasley)|
|10.||Da Beef Goes On (feat. Special Teamz)|
|11.||Listen (feat. G-Dot / Born)|
|12.||Fight (feat. Chuck D)|