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"Rick Rubin gave me my break. Adrock from the Beatie Boysheard the demo I sent them and afterwards I went down to Russell Simmons' dorm at N.Y.U. and met with him, let them hear me out. And they formed Def Jam and put my first record out!" #llcoolj

CLASSIC ALBUM… RADIO, LL Cool J LL Cool J was only sixteen when he released his first single, “I Need a Beat.” A year later, he had the first hit on the fledgling Def Jam label.

"It changed everything... Nobody even knew how to do that stuff. During the making of Licensed to Ill, the sampler got developed. Everything where it seems like a sample is either DJ’ed in with records, or a tape loop around the studio, which was kind of cumbersome and complicated. Sampling didn’t really exist yet." #rickrubin

A collection of sensational hip-hop albums for the musically inspired!

"Once you make a path, you go beyond it and you try to elevate and go up the steps until you reach the top." #clsmooth

"Once you make a path, you go beyond it and you try to elevate and go up the steps until you reach the top.

"I have a lot of milestones that I'm proud of when it comes to music, Amerikkka's Most Wanted, I'm extremely proud of that. I was passionate about what I was fighting for, which was, I had refused to just be in the music industry if I knew that I wasn't getting what I deserved. I rather quit than to be that kind of artist. I'm just glad everything worked out. And it's still working out." #icecube

25 years ago today Ice Cube came out with his iconic debut album AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted. The album gave us many political & social messages that are still significant today.

"I wanted people to look at me like, ‘Look at Big. He grew. He’s movin’ up. He’s not the same robbin’ ’em for the ‘Mom-pendant’-dude no more!" #notoriousbig

Today in Hip Hop History: The Notorious B. released his debut album Ready To Die September 1994

"We had been through the 'machine,' I think we were truly burnt out." #delasoul

De La Soul - "Buhloone Mind State" Members: David Jude Jolicoeur aka "Dave", Vincent Mason aka "Maseo" and Kelvin Mercer aka "Posdnuos"

"The reason why we were making the rock/rap music is because we were rhyming over rock beats in the park!" #rundmc

Run DMC Raising Hell Vinyl LP Vinyl LP Features "Walk This Way" With Aerosmith!The third album from Run-D. Run) Raising Hell was their

"The music with elevate and evolve naturally as long as the different group stay creative and innovate" #llcoolj

Today in Hip Hop History: LL Cool J release his fourth album Mama Said Knock You Out August 1990

"It’s years later now and a lot of people say 'I'ts a classic, a legend” and all of that, but in those times it didn’t even go gold. It was cool thought, we got our point across and it did get out there." #largeprofessor

K-Cut (of Main Source) Talks Classic ‘Breaking Atoms’ Album, Upcoming Film & Meeting Large Professor

"G-Funk still got a little bit of a hard edge, but makes you feel good at the same time. I want something like that, so you can ride in the sunset on PCH. You can smoke to it, barbeque, get your groove on. It feels good." #warreng

G Funk Era: I will ship by EMS or SAL items in stock in Japan. It is approximately on delivery date. You wholeheartedly support customers as satisfactory.

"I needed a record to come out because I was broke. I didn't receive one fuckin' quarter in the year of '92, because Ruthless spent the year trying to figure out ways not to pay me so that I'd come back on my hands and knees. If I had to go back home living with my mom, that wasn't going to happen." #drdre

The Chronic is the solo debut album of American hip hop artist Dr. Dre, released December on Death Row Records, and distributed by Priority Records. Everybody knows about The Chronic! This album helped launched the careers of Snoop Dogg, Warren G others.