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2↔ Grap Luva ft. Pete Rock - Sounds of Mount Vernon...
3↔ O.S.T. - Wenn der Vorhang fällt (Soundtrack) [Bl...
8↔ Soupbox - EXPEDITion Vol. 13: Mellow Interludes
9↔ Lord Space (Lord Folter & Joe Space) - nacht...
10↑ Philanthrope & Devaloop - Cloudfiles (Extend...
17↔ AKTHESAVIOR (AK of the Underachievers) - Blessin...
Tri Color Vinyl
When Diamond District dropped In the Ruff on Mello Music Group in 2009, the gritty drums and grimy raps combined as elementally as hydrogen and oxygen. The D.C. Voltron of Oddisee, yU, and X.O. dusted off and revitalized a sound once consigned to the catacombs.
Hailed as an instance classic, its impact reverberated throughout the underground and mainstream. The Washington D.C. City Paper called it the city’s best album in many years. During an era when lyricism was deemed too intellectual and samples too dated,Diamond District overturned conventional logic. They preserved the raw and made it righteous.
A half-decade later, the holy trinity has returned with March on Washington. The truths remain timeless. Wisdom over rhythm. Slang turned into testament.
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|A4.||The Back Up||04:28|
|B2.||Purveyors Of Truth||03:23|
|B3.||A Part Of It All||05:30|
|C1.||Say What You Mean||04:07|
|D1.||You Had To Be There||03:44|
I Mean Business
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