Ghetto Mafia Dropped Draw the Line 22 Years Ago

It seemed like yesterday that I heard the debut album from the Ghetto Mafia, who represents Atlanta called Draw the Line. The first time I heard of them was from my barber, who at the time was cutting hair out of his house and was about three or four years older than me. Between me and him, we were always buying new music and most of the time it was from artists who wasn’t so-called mainstream. The biggest hit for the group was called Everyday Thang in Da Hood and it featured the late, great MC Breed. The video can be viewed below, but for me ... [read more]

Golden Era of Hip Hop: 1994 Edition[Disc 3]

Ok, I've finally finished up Disc 3 of 6 in this collection. In case you haven't gotten the other hear is Disc 1 and Disc 2 of the set. Hope you're enjoying these, just some good throwbacks from the year of 1994.   1. Outkast ft. Goodie Mob- Git Up, Git Out 2. Bone Thugs N Harmony- Thuggish Ruggish Bone 3. Notorious Big- Things Done Changed 4. Ghetto Mafia- Mr. President 5. Thug Life- Pour Out A Little Liquor 6. Keith Murray- The Most Beautifullest Thing In the World 7. P.K.O- Gonna Be Alright 8. Nas- The World Is Yours 9. ... [read more]

Golden Era of Hip Hop: 1994 Edition[Disc 2]

This is the 2nd Disc of 6 of this compilation. Hope you enjoy it. This is Disc 1 of the compilation. 1. Method Man- Bring the Pain 2. Notorious B.I.G- Everyday Struggle 3. Nas- One Love 4. Sam Sneed- U Better Recognize 5. Big Mike- Playa Playa 6. 8Ball & MJG- Anotha Day In the Hood 7. Spice 1 ft. Method Man- Hard to Kill 8. Thug Life- Cradle to the Grave 9. Dogg Pound- Dogg Pound 4 Life 10. Notorious B.I.G- Unbelievable 11. Jeru the Damaja- Come Clean 12. UGK- Front, Back and Side to Side 13. Scarface ft. Ice Cube- Hand of the ... [read more]