This show was 5th in the global old school hip hop chart and 52nd in the global hip hop chart.
Rap-A-Lot Records - The Early Years '87-'92 - Mixed Live by Rob Pursey & HotBoxSocial
1. My Musician - Ghetto Boys
2. Smokin Amp - Ganksta N.I.P.
3. Shake Me Down - Royal Flush
4. Sexy Girls - Captain Jack
5. Fugitive On The Run - Too Much Trouble
6. Put The Fuckin Gun Away - Willie Dee ft. Geto Boys
7. One Just Ain't Enough - Choice
8. Kiss The Bride - Raheem
9. Reap What You Sew - Seagram
10. This Is How It Should Be Done - O.G. Style
11. Life In The Fast Lane - Geto Boys
12. We Don't Play - Def IV
13. DOA - Convicts
14. Me And My Baby Brother - Prince Johnny C
15. Self Preservation - Raheem
16. I Don't Trust Em - Big Mello
17. Xecution - The Terrorists
18. Money And The Power - Scarface
19. Ever So Clear - Bushwick Bill
20. Mind Playing Tricks On Me - Geto Boys
Rob Pursey and HotBox Social have gone in with an ALL Rap-A-Lot special from the early years of the label! Part 2 soon come...
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Fire selection. Loving the clunky production on some of those early records. Willie Dee hands down has one of the best voices in hip hop. And as for Choice, she should probably get herself checked out!!