Measuring 3 & 3/4 inches comes this new action figure of the late Tupac Shakur from Pop Rocks. These are available now over at Turntable Lab.
The X Label is bringing to you this collaboration with The Ave Venice, located in Venice Beach, CA. The Ave Venice specializes in custom design utilizing cutting edge technology mixed with their own creative engineering and software development. The X Label in conjunction with The Ave Venice will be releasing 50 pairs of the limited [cont.]
Available for pre-order now over at UGHH: It’s safe to say that hip-hop has never seen an album like Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s 1995 solo debut Return to the 36 Chambers. The brief glimpses of ODB’s unhinged genius provided by Wu-Tang Clan’s landmark Enter the Wu-Tang album two years earlier were begging to be expanded on [cont.]
New from Xone Hardfonk Figurines comes the M.F. Grimm collectible action figure, as seen above. Looks like they made one of Big Pun, as well.
First seen on the “Alive” 10″ single cover and more recently in the “Don’t Play No Game That I Can’t Win” video, the official Beastie Boys action figures are available now via the group’s website. However don’t expect to get off easy – they come at a hefty price tag of $750 (there’s no missing [cont.]
This looks pretty appetizing. From StonesThrow.Com: Release date: June 21, 2011. Pre-orders at Stones Throw will ship the second week of June, 2011. MF DOOM’s debut album OPERATION: DOOMSDAY was originally released in 1999. It has seen at least two different versions on different labels, gone in and out of print, bootlegged, and even released [cont.]
This is fresh…. Apparently this was produced for some mixtape by someone named Militant Vinylist out of France. Either way, this artwork is sick, as is available to purchase in a 19 x 27 print. Suuuuuuuuuu!
Stones Throw has done it again, with two mouth watering sets for the official, long-awaited reissue of MF Doom’s seminal debut, Operation: Doomsday. From StonesThrow.Com: The history of MF DOOM’s debut album OPERATION: DOOMSDAY is a spotty one – it’s been released in at least two different versions on different labels, out of print, bootlegged, [cont.]
Prodigy is due home soon from his recent up north trip, and will usher in the release of his autobiography, My Infamous Life, as well as his Selfish skateboard, featuring art by P himself.
What you are looking at above is the physical manifestation of record company incompetence. Quite possibly the biggest blunder in rap history, Columbia had signed 50 Cent via Trackmasters imprint around 2000 or so. His album, Power Of The Dollar, was finished, as seen here above, sent to press, and bootlegged mercilessly. But instead of [cont.]
Included in the new P.E. box set is the following: * 3 CDs full of tracks from critically acclaimed albums. * 3 DVDs including performances, videos, and documentaries post 1999. * Brand new track single ‘Say It Like It Really Is’ specially released for the box set * And remixes included throughout this rare release [cont.]
Don’t everyone order at once.
This is available to order now @ Amazon.com.
Saw blade shaped vinyl? Count us in. Al and Oh release this limited edition vinyl EP of four non-album tracks from their Gangrene project, which is in stores now. Tracklist looks like this: Tracklist: Side A 1. The Sickness 2. Operating Room 3. Freshest Rhymes 4. Overdose Side B 1. The Sickness Inst 2. Operating [cont.]
These are available for pre-order now via UGHH. Bootleg your favorite albums in style with this handy flash drive.
Hieroglyphics followed the Wu-Tang Clan with their When Art Imitates Life art print, unveiled this Halloween weekend. The canvas is available in two sizes 40 x 40 (only 280 exist) and 60 x 60 (only 20 exist). Each canvas is signed by the entire Hieroglyphics crew and comes with a numbered authenticity certificate. Order yours [cont.]
Just in time for Halloween, you can get a paper mask of Waka Flocka Flame’s face direct from his official online store. $5.99 + S&H. Get it while the gettin’ is good, Flocka!
Amazon shows off photos of the limited edition Collector’s Edition box set of Jay-Z’s The Hits Collection, which comes with a deluxe photo book, as seen below.
UGHH got the drop on the first look at photographer Dan Monick’s Seven Years With Atmosphere & Rhymesayers photo book, which ships November 16th. There will be two editions – regular and a signed and numbered limited to 1500 copies package including an RSE compilation CD and Atmosphere 10″ vinyl which is set to include “never [cont.]
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