Debonair P Makes A Musical Case Why 1990-1992 Was Hip-Hop’s Pinnacle (Mixtape)

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Years like 1988 and 1994 often are touted as Hip-Hop’s best years, but what about what’s between this sandwich of dope records? 1990 through 1992 delivered Dr. Dre’s The Chronic, Main Source’s Breakin’ Atoms, Digital Underground’s Sex Packets, and Ice Cube’s Death Certificate, among many others.

Debonair P made Blends 11: 1990-1992 Megamix exploring this window. This hour-plus-long mix features the major players in this era, including quite a few artists and tracks that don’t regularly come up in the novice lunchtime “old school mix” on your radio dial…

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