William Rider of Ghetto Chilldren uploaded this unreleased Tribal joint today, and I had to share. It's actually two cuts; the B-Self solo tip "Born 2 Cree8" and the Marvel Team-Up of Ghetto Chilldren and Narcotik known as "Free Enterprise", from back in '97. Although I never heard either of these tracks at the time, listening to these songs makes me feel absurdly and buoyantly happy. There's nothing else like the pure joy that good music brings - especially if it's unheard jams from your favorite hip-hoppers from back in the day. Tribal Records has slowly been releasing stuff from the vaults, and I pray to Baby Jesus that they keep doing so. For now, just feast your ears on this healthy portion from B-Self, Vitamin D, C-Note and Tizzy T (RIP). Tribal Legacy
Thank you once again, Cody, for hooking me up! This time we have the legendary Chicago Chapter 1996 tape from Anacron's Peanut Gallery Network. Atop of 4-track production and analog hiss rides a slew of young lyrical talent and seriously propulsive beats. Perv One, Jahn the Baptist, Funsho, Astrobwoy, and several others join Anacron on crew cuts, freestyles, solo joints and interludes. It's a truly accomplished and impressive effort, showcasing what a force of nature Anacron can be when he puts his mind to something.
The Peanut Gallery isn't a movement that I've spent a lot of time exploring, and the more I hear, the more I realize I have been missing out. Well, 20 years still isn't too late, is it? For all of you who are in the same boat, this is a perfect place to start. PNTGLLRYNTWRK
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