13Feb/092

Baltimore & Washington DC Underground Part 2


More rare hip hop from Baltimore, Maryland and Washington Dc. 1992-2005. As is generally the case, the later it gets in a series, the more obscure the material. If you recognize some of these tunes, do not despair. I am saving some goodies for those who can hang in there!

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01. (00:04:27) Da Great Deity Dah – How to Author A Great Rhyme [Washington Dc 1998]
02. (00:03:24) Section 8 Mob – Break Wide [Washington Dc 1994]
03. (00:03:46) Blak Kaos – Next Life [Washington Dc 1996]
04. (00:04:44) Defined Print – Rhymes Connect [Washington Dc 1998]
05. (00:05:00) Questionmark Asylum – Got Dem Joints [Washington 1995]
06. (00:04:23) Little Clayway & Danny C – Got Me Fucked Up [Baltimore 2005]
07. (00:03:58) Da Great Deity dah – Dapper A Nappy Headed Underground Rapper [Washington Dc 1996]
08. (00:04:34) Sagat & ShineHead – Gotcha Runnin [Baltimore 1994]
09. (00:04:03) Labtekwon – Rite of Passage [Baltimore 1999]
10. (00:03:32) Storm The Unpredictable – Mcs Be Killin Me [Washington Dc 1998]
11. (00:05:19) Pure Elegance – Ride Like A Roller Coaster [Washington Dc 1995]
12. (00:03:52) Little Clayway – Mix Hip Hop Wit Buisness [Baltimore 2005]
13. (00:02:54) ResiNation – Only Vice [Washington Dc 2002]
14. (00:03:46) Supreme – Way Out [Baltimore 2001]
15. (00:07:09) Frody – Some Peese We Know [Baltimore 1994]
16. (00:04:44) K Mack – Stop Frontin Mc’s [Baltimore 1996]
17. (00:04:32) DJ Kool – Let Me Clear My Throat (45 King Bass N Funk Remix) [Washington Dc 1997]
18. (00:03:38) Madchild and Flipout – What The Hell [Baltimore 1994]
19. (00:05:54) Silohuette – The Fast Lane [Baltimore 1996]
20. (00:03:14) Global Platoon – Crew Family [Baltimore 1992]
21. (00:03:58) J.R Swinga – Chocolate City [Washington Dc 1994]

One note.. I am almost sure Pure Elegance is from 1995, but there is nothing on the cd case to indicate this. If anyone out there is familiar with them and can shed some light on their album, I would love to know! Enjoy the tunes y’all.

–Schenectadyfan

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2 Responses to “Baltimore & Washington DC Underground Part 2”

  1. monty says:

    feelin everything except the clayway and black kaos joints

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  2. Anonymous says:

    The 19th track off the archive is not a Silhouette track but Recon by Opus Akoben…
    Thanks anyway, looks great!

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