Friday, April 20, 2018

Slomo - Ghetto Jedi - 1996

12" - 1996 - Demo Ya Dome 

 Slomo a.k.a the Ghetto Jedi released his first and only 12" project on his own Production Studio called 'Demo Ya Dome' in 1996.
This underground emcee is originally from Brownsville Brooklyn and he started rapping during the late 80s and early 90s with people from The Lyricist Lounge and mostly the underground hip hop scene at that time. This wax is composed of four tracks : "Ghetto Jedi", "Hip Hop Can't Stop", "I Represent Remix Pt. 1" and "I Represent Remix Pt. 2", all produced by the Brooklyn based producers 7Storm8 (member of the group Dead Poetz Society), and IshmaelThey all met at a dope underground spot in SoHo Manhattan called 'AKAs' where some of the biggest up-and-coming rappers and MCs used to go to perform at.
The vinyl is not really hard to find and is definitely something you should have in your records collection.

Props to Scott Randolph. Vinyl rip courtesy of 90's Hip-Hop Blog

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