Available while supplies last, we have 3 special items we are excited to be adding to the site today.
First up we have Biz Markie’s incredible sophomore Album, The Biz Never Sleeps, which comes as a picture disc vinyl with original front and back cover photography by George DuBose. This album showed us Biz’s full range of his production, rapping styles and one of a kind sense of humor. Songs like “Check it out”, “I Hear Music”, “A Thing Named Kim” are all standout album bangers while hits such as “Spring Again” (and the top Billboard Hit) “Just a Friend” round out the album. As an added bonus it comes with a musical postcard that play Biz’s hit record “Just a Friend”. That’s right a postcard that you can either mail to a “friend” (pun intended) or play on a turntable.
Next up we have The Fat Boys Debut Album presented in the most delicious way, a Picture Disc Pizza Vinyl housed in it’s very own pizza box!
With the guidance of Kurtis Blow and Run DMC producer Larry Smith on the boards, the Fat Boys assembled one of the 80′s certified rap gems. Songs like “Jail House Rap”, “Stick’em” and “Human Beat Box” set a tone for The Fat Boys (like Biz Markie above) displaying their mix of humor and raw rap. Here we packaged this release in it’s very own Pizza Box, with top and bottom Pizza Picture disc vinyl. Also included is a 8 1/2 x 11 20-page booklet and a download card to bonus material and interviews. This release is limited to 2,000 copies, so make sure you don’t miss out!
Rounding out today’s new releases we are very happy to present our Rojac Records Singles Box. Presented in the best way we saw fit, the singles box comes as a 45 rpm record carrying case with an alligator-textured finish featuring a three color embossed metal Rojac Logo. The set includes seven classic Rojac and Tay-Ster singles with faithful reproduction of the original labels. Each box also includes a pair of Rojac 7″ slips never before available anywhere. To make this the ultimate Rojac collector item it is coming with an eighth 7″: an all new Kenny Dope edit of The Third Guitar’s “Baby Don’t Cry”. Both the vocal and instrumental edit are included on a special red vinyl pressing.