Music For The Sole: Three golden age classics.

As You can see from the album cover above, today is a day for the classics, starting off with Eric B & Rakim's 'Paid In Full', the duo's debut album which dropped in 1987 and is still to this day considered one of the most influential rap albums of the late 80's. Don't miss out on the deluxe version of this one for the 'Coldcut' remix of 'Paid in Full'.

'The Low-End Theory', which dropped in 1991, can easily be praised as one of the strongest albums of any genre, not just hip-hop. The jazz rap-infused record was the second album from A Tribe Called Quest, following up the pioneering 'People's Instinctive Travels and the Paths of Rhythm'.

Before The Pharcyde dropped their 1995 CLASSIC 'Labcabincalifornia', they first stormed the scene in '92 with this; Bizzare Ride II, their debut studio album which helped to set the tone for the 90's westcoast sound.


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