Record Label: Fat Beats Records
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Ten years after its initial & highly slept-on release, Fat Beats Records & Frozen Files are proud to present the first-ever reissue of UN Or U Out, the classic debut album from The UN.
Consisting of Roc Marciano, Dino Brave, Mike Raw, and Laku, the UN first emerged on Pete Rock’s 2001 Petestrumentals album, a primarily all instrumental release minus two tracks—“Nothing Lesser” and “Cake”, both featuring vocals by The UN. At the time, the group hadn’t performed live and never had major prior releases, although Roc Marciano had already made his name as a member of Busta Rhymes’ Flipmode Squad. Pete Rock fans were at first perplexed by the vocal appearance of an unknown group. Yet Pete not only had the confidence and foresight to introduce the four MCs, he also furthered the collaboration, making it full circle by lending production on “Game of Death (G.O.D.)” , “Avenue” and “Ain’t No Thang” on UN or U Out.
UN or U Out remains a timeless listen, a deeply succinct homage to New York’s bygone era of gritty boom-bap, made with tasteful nods to Queensbridge’s cold-steel aesthetic.
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This is a record for the hard-core skratchers! With a 3 minute skratch sentence which includes nothing but everyone's favorite "ooh's," "aah's," drums, tones, and phrases. There's also a section dedicated to dozens of 80's video game sounds and robotic noises. Complimenting the collection of sounds are 7 classic beats strategically looped for optimal skratching.
After returning from Amsterdam, Deep of the 2 Hungry Bros, contrary to the popularized notions of THC, was motivated and put together a soundtrack with partner Ben Boogz for the culinary phenomenon known as the Munchies. Enter, the Munchies Beat tape, a seamless stream of Boom Bap to stuff your face with but not kill your vibe. The Munchies Beat tape is the ideal serving when your ears and stomach get those cravings. You can feed both simultaneously now. Limited to 100 copies.
Mark James (AKA The 45 King) is a world renowned DJ/Producer pioneer in Hip Hop music. His breakbeat classic “The 900 Number” has been a staple among DJs since its release in 1987 (notably featured as the song to “The Ed Lover Dance” on MTV’s Yo MTV Raps). Throughout the last 30 years, 45 King has managed to stay relevant, producing hits for some of Hip Hop’s biggest names including Jay-Z & Eminem, with production for their hit songs “It’s A Hard Knock Life” & “Stan”, respectively. With a prolific output and catalog of beats, he has set out to release a series of limited edition 45s with brand new and never before heard music. M.A.S.H. is a single- sided 45 EP of beats featuring 45 King’s signature sound; breaks chopped and looped to perfection.