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Originally released back in 1988 on Cold Chillin’ Records, Big Daddy Kane’s debut LP Long Live The Kane dropped during the height of what is now regarded as the golden age of Hip Hop. Combining simplistic beats, drawing on elements of funk, and Kane’s sharp wordplay, the album cemented both Kane & the Juice Crew’s place in Hip Hop history; and with Ain’t No Half Steppin’ it featured one of the seminal singles of the genre.

The album is now brought to its intended format for the first time since 1988. The first purple and gold pressing is already sold out. There are still available copies of the second pressing onto 180gm split purple and black vinyl. Grab a copy via BigCartel until there are still any left. Big up to Omerta Inc. for the fly release.



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