Slick Rick ||"The Great Adventures of Slick Rick" Vinyl (1988) &
Public Enemy || "Welcome to the Terror Dome" Vinyl (1989)My mother recently went on a cleaning spree and she attacked the "closet no one ever opens." It's one of those closest that you will only see cracked open every few years. I knew her collection of vinyls was stacked on a shelf in the closet and I've been dying to look through them and I finally got the chance. I have a fascination with old music especially Hip Hop from the birth of it to the 90's. I must say my mother has a great taste in music, while looking through her vinyls I came across some icons of Hip Hop. The two I have featured in this post is Slick Rick & Public Enemy. Slick Rick raps so smooth and takes you on a journey through his lyrics, and Public Enemy were activist who did not sugarcoat their problems with society in their lyrics.