Your cart is empty
'The Cool' is the second album from American hip hop star Lupe Fiasco and is loosely based on the track of the same name from his debut album 'Food & Liquor'. The album sees Lupe shift towards a more pop orientated sound while managing to maintain his credibility by employing the production talents of Soundtrakk, Chris & Drop and Unkle. Guest vocals and playing comes from the likes of Snoop Dogg, Matthew Santos and Queens Of The Stone Age's Josh Homme.
God's Son is the sixth studio album by hip hop artist Nas. It was released on December 13, 2002 by Columbia and Ill Will Records. It reached #12 on the Billboard 200, and obtained a platinum certification from the RIAA a month after it was released. The album was partly inspired by Nas' mother, Ann Jones, who died of breast cancer in early 2002. Multiple songs such as "Warrior Song" reference Ann Jones, but the song "Dance" is a direct tribute to her. In addition, Nas was nearing the end of his feud with Jay-Z at the time of the album, which also inspired its emotional and personal feel.
The eagerly anticipated soundtrack album to Marvel’s “Black Panther” movie, featuring South African artists such as Babes Wodumo, Sjava and Saudi.
The biggest rap tour ever is captured here on film, with Ice Cube, Eminem, Dr Dre and Snoop Doggy Dogg performing live to thousands of fans. Tracks include 'Nigga You Love to Hate', 'Marshall Mathers', '(Who Am I?) What's My Name', 'The Real Slim Shady' and 'Ain't Nuthin''.
Eminem'snew greatest hits collection, Curtain Call, features blockbuster hits and fan favorites that have made him a household name and one of the leading MC's in the rap game. "My Name Is," "The Way I Am," "Lose Yourself," and "Stan" are also featured on the collection, along with two all-new studio tracks.
The popular hip-hop group perform live at 'The Metro' in Melbourne as part of their 'Revolverlution' tour in 2003. Tracks include: 'Give It Up', '911 is a Joke', 'Can't Truss It' and many more.
In November 2003, hip-hop legend Jay-Z threw what would become a legendary retirement party at the most important music venue in the nation: a sold-out Madison Square Garden. Joining him for this monumental musical celebration were some of the most popular artists in the industry including Beyonce, Mary J Blige, Missy Elliott & R. Kelly along with hip-hop icons P. Diddy, Kanye West, Damon Dash and more.
Narrated by Jay-Z himself, Fade To Black captures the stunning imagery of the onstage performances that night, the entire hip-hop family in candid backstage moments and also chronicles the soul-searching dramatic process of creating his best-selling The Black Album. This film looking back on the meteoric rise of his career is now a DVD that no true hip-hop fan should be without.
You may like...
No. 6 Collaborations
Ed Sheeran CD
Various Artists, Eminem CD R141 Discovery Miles 1 410
Now That's What I Call Music 77
Various Artists CD (1)
R159 Discovery Miles 1 590
Everything Is Love
Beyonce & Jay-Z CD R88 Discovery Miles 880
Dr.Bone CD R105 Discovery Miles 1 050
Machine Gun Kelly CD R124 Discovery Miles 1 240
Kanye West CD (1)
R76 Discovery Miles 760
Now That's What I Call A Summer Holiday
Various Artists CD
Eminem CD (1)
R74 Discovery Miles 740
Early B CD