An impossible-to-find, ’95 Memphis rap tape surfaces on vinyl for 1st time via Gyptology, a new "Egyptian Archaology" styled re-issue label
Leading on from Shawty Pimp’s ‘Comin’ Real Wit It’  - which was dished up by Delroy Edwards’ L.A. Club Resource and sold out within days back in 2014 - its sequel, ‘Still Comin Real’ reprises that woozy slow drawl on 11 slurps of syrupy goodness.
As to be expected, noise artefacts carry over from the original, short-run tape edition, but it wouldn’t be a proper, OG Memphis rap session without that haze of tape grit. Safe to say that Gyptology know this, too, and see vinyl as the most faithful, sympathetic form of preservation.
Thus, you can trust the sound is raw as; a distinct adjunct to the prevailing NYC and LA hip hop styles of 1995’s golden era, working with rude, stripped down production values and vibes that have significantly withstood the test of time, and since laid the roots for a lot of contemporary southern rap, hip hop and R&B.
|A1||Big Boys Intro|
|A2||1 Mean Stang|
|A3||Come On Wit Me Baby (Alternate Mix)|
|A4||Style Like Mine|
|A5||For Them Bustas|
|A6||You Tell Me|
|A7||Pimpin' Still Goin' On|
|B1||My 9 Glock|
|B2||Ain't To Be Played Wit|
|B3||Gots To Make Some Money (Alternate Mix)|
|B4||Can't Play No Playa|