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6 Feet Deep (Blood Splatter Colored Vinyl) Vinyl 2LP

HHCSKU hh-5685

classic 1994 horrorcore from Prince Paul, RZA, Frukwan + Poetic
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"Gravediggaz: 'Digging graves of the mentally dead and resurrecting their state of unawareness and ignorance.' Frukwan describes the meaning of the group's name. Helping give birth to hip-hop’s subgenre of Horrorcore and one of hip-hop's first supergroups, Gravediggaz were born at a time when all four members were at low points in their careers. Already one of hip-hop’s most legendary producers, Prince Paul was at a crossroads in his career resulting in experimenting with darker sounding beats. He recruited a young soon to be legendary producer RZA, who was at a different type of crossroads in his career, not having the best experiences with various labels and before going on to start the global phenomenon that is The Wu-Tang Clan. Also added were Frukwan, a former member of Stetsasonic with Paul, and Too Poetic, a young MC navigating his way in the game after creating underground buzz with his 2 brothers and their short lived group the Brothers Grym and before his unfortunate death from colon cancer. The four transformed themselves into The Undertaker (Paul), The RZArector (RZA), The Gatekeeper (Frukwan) and The Grym Reaper (Too Poetic) to form Gravediggaz. On 6 Feet Deep the group utilize horror-themed imagery and lyrics combined with black comedy and satire to vent their frustrations with the hip-hop record industry. Singles 'Diary of a Madman,' 'Nowhere to Run, Nowhere to Hide' and '1-800 Suicide' lead an onslaught of tracks which The Quietus writer David Bennun described as 'a then novel means of addressing black life at street level [and] finding a new way of getting that message across'. Production is mostly handled by Paul with RZA handling a few tracks." - HHC

  • 'blood spatter' colored double vinyl pressing
  • indie exclusive
  • gatefold sleeve
  • limited edition
  • original release year: 1994
  • music label: HHC 2024
UPC: 7060912058460


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