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is the debut studio album from hip hop group Diggin' in the Crates Crew. The group consists of Lord Finesse, Show, . Diamond D, Fat Joe, . Buckwild and the late Big L. The album closer, "Tribute", is a tribute track to Big L, who was murdered on February 15, 1999. The album also features the singles "Dignified Soldiers" from 1998, "Day One", "Thick" and "Get Yours".
The second of two discs featured DITC produced demo versions of the original tracks dating to 1993. DITC production contrasted with the Jailhouse version of production from 1994. In 2011, Showbiz stated that the crew itself is now defunct and will no longer create any new albums in the future citing musical creative differences. confirmed that the group would indeed record a brand new album with production so far from Diamond D and Lord Finesse, while awaiting Buckwild. DITC Presents Wild Life (EP) (Wild Life Entertainment, 2001). Rare & Unreleased (. Unreleased Production 1994 (. Paine, Jake (April 16, 2012). Recording Sophomore Album, Big L Inspired Reunion".
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Dreamville made history when the label Revenge of the Dreamers III compilation album debuted at No. 1 in June, as the effort became the most collaborative hip-hop album in history - with more than 65 guest spots - to top the Billboard 200 albums chart. One of the producers earning his first No. 1 album on the set was in-house Dreamville beat maestro Christo, born John Christopher Welch. The Pittsburgh native has played an integral role in fueling . s rise, and also worked on Ari Lennox's delectable Shea Butter Baby debut. J. Cole & Vince Staples). That was a two-part song. I didn't make the part with Cole and . I just did the Vince Staples part. Vince just came in one day and knew what he wanted to make. We got together and everything hit.
Two A2/B2 test pressings have been sold (one in 1987 and one in 2014) but no A1/B1, A4/B4 and until now, no ‘third’ test pressing copies. Jimmy Page rejected the first four test pressings of Led Zeppelin III for various reasons and was only happy with the fifth test – which he then personally ‘signed off’ by hand etching the matrix in the dead wax with the famous Aleister Crowley quotes. Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow. ST33 Album Cover Art.