HHG Radio celebrates classic debut albums


On the most recent edition of HIPHOPGODS Radio, we celebrated the 25th anniversary of Ice-T's debut album, Rhyme Pays. The album, containing classic tracks like 6 'N The Mornin' and Squeeze The Trigger, turned 25 years old on November 4th.

There were also another two albums that celebrated their 20th anniversaries.

First up was Too Hard To Swallow, the debut album from UGK, aka: Bun B and the late, great Pimp C, who sadly passed away on December 4, 2007. The album, released on Jive Records, contained classics like Something Good, Pocket Full Of Stones and Use Me Up.

The final celebration was for the self-titled debut album from Rage Against The Machine. Their highly politically charged debut, courtesy of rapid fire lyrics from Zack de la Rocha, backed by the hip hop, funk & metal stylings from Tom Morello, Tim C. and Brad Wilk made this one an instant classic.

Check out the latest edition of HIPHOPGODS Radio here http://www.rapstation.com/shows/2063/can-you-hear-me-now-hiphopgods-radio.html and the official playlist from the show can be found below.

Heavy D & The Boyz - Let It Flow

Song Of The Week from HipHopCollector.com
DFC featuring MC Breed - Put Your Locs On

KRS-One - Disaster Kit

Ice-T - 6 'N The Mornin'

Ice-T - Squeeze The Trigger

Ice-T - Rhyme Pays

UGK - Use Me Up

UGK - Cocaine In The Back Of The Ride

UGK featuring Infinity - Cramping My Style

Rage Against The Machine - Fistful Of Steel

Rage Against The Machine - Know Your Enemy

Rage Against The Machine - Bombtrack

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