Slow To Speak US. VARIOUS. Slow To Speak US. Format: unmixed CD Cat: C 2011D Released: 13 Dec 11 Genre: Deep House.
1992 is the eighth studio album by American rapper The Game. It was released on October 14, 2016, by Blood Money Entertainment and eOne Music.
Maurice Fulton will join Slow To Speak at their new home, Good Room, for their eighth annual Halloween bash. Dope Jams turns nine in the Catskills. Slow To Speak will DJ an open-air anniversary party down the street from their Oak Hill record shop next weekend.
Was there ever a more influential album in Hip Hop? Another 1992 masterpiece that, like the no. 1 on this list, is about the production first and the lyrical content second. Dr Dre‘s production on this album is just INCREDIBLE. Often imitated, never duplicated. Cause when I speak, they freak to sweat the technique. (Don’t Sweat The Technique). Of the 4 Eric B & Rakim albums, their last one probably is the most underappreciated. This album can be seen as one of the cornerstones of the unfortunate trap trend we are experiencing now, but in 1992 it still was somewhat original – and UGK really had a dope sound. The lyrics are mostly about criminal enterprises (before that subject matter got really tired), the difference between UGK and most acts that would follow, clone them is that UGK makes it sound GOOD.
Slow To Speakby Antioch MBC Worship Services. David, Abigail and Nabal illustrate for us the dangers of not listening to the counsel given by James in his epistle to the tribes scattered abroad. More from Antioch MBC Worship Services. Certainlyadded 5 months ago. Trepidationadded 6 months ago. The Beginningadded 9 months ago.
Every month Slow to Speak will be rounding up the best new 12″s around, but for their first column, they celebrate summer (not to mention Dope Jams’ eighth birthday, last week) with a run-down of their favourite under-the-radar summer jams – as well as an exclusive Slow to Speak summer mix, below. Hustlers Convention ‘Meltdown’ (Stress, 1992). If you were living in the Boston area in the early 90s and into dance music, you knew about The Loft on Stanhope St. As far as legendary clubs in Boston go, this has to be at the top of the list. Like a lot of clubs at that time, it had a straight night on Fridays and a gay night on Saturdays, both of which are legendary for different reasons.
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|1||–Run-DMC||Down With The King|
|2||–Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth||T.R.O.Y.|
|3||–Gang Starr||Above The Clouds|
|4||–Souls Of Mischief||93 Til' Infinity|
|5||–Poor Righteous Teachers||Self-Styled Wisdom|
|6||–3rd Bass||Steppin' To The A.M.|
|7||–Slick Rick||Indian Girl (An Adult Story)|
|8||–A Tribe Called Quest||Pubic Enemy|
|9||–X-Clan||Grand Verbalizer, What Time Is It?|
|10||–EPMD||It's My Thing|
|11||–Lords Of The Underground||Chief Rocka|
|12||–Eric B. & Rakim||I Ain't No Joke|
|13||–Gang Starr||Step In The Arena|
|14||–2Pac||I Get Around|
|15||–DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince||Summertime|
|16||–The Pharcyde||Passin' Me By|
|17||–Main Source||Fakin' The Funk|
|18||–A.D.O.R.||Let It All Hang Out (Pete Rock Remix)
Remix – Pete Rock
|19||–Lords Of The Underground||Funky Child|
|20||–Naughty By Nature||Uptown Anthem|
|21||–Ice Cube||Jackin' For Beats|
|22||–Public Enemy||Welcome To The Terrordome|
|23||–Dr. Dre||Deep Cover|
|24||–Cypress Hill||How I Could Just Kill A Man|
|25||–LL Cool J||I'm Bad|
|26||–Kid 'N' Play||Ain't Gonna Hurt Nobody|
|27||–TLC||What About Your Friends|
|28||–Another Bad Creation||Iesha|
|29||–Chubb Rock||Lost In The Storm|
|30||–Diamond* And The Psychotic Neurotics||Sally Got A One Track Mind|
|31||–Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth||Lots Of Lovin' (Remix)|
- DJ Mix – Slow To Speak