Various – Please Pass The Mic


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1 Perfection With Snoop Doggy Dogg Understand Perfection 05:51
2 Unity Committee Who’s Gonna Be The Next Victim 04:49
3 Mister Cix 6 In The Clip 02:35
4 Perfection Mack Thang 03:56
5 Ded 2 The World The Hoes That Won’t Dance 06:06
6 Mac-10 Dungeons & Dragons 04:45
7 Big Al Get On The Ride 03:53
8 Funky Trend (Tell Me) What Colors Can I Be Wearin’ 04:39
9 Superb SK & Unity Committee The Fish Taste Superb 03:45
10 Qwyet Storm Spare The Rod (Spoil The Child) 03:42
11 GP Hip Hop Nation Is It Good 2 U? 03:33
12 Chocolate Tai Can I Kill It 03:49
13 Volume 10 Sho Is Hype (But Not My Type) 04:09


“Please Pass The Mic” is an extremely rare compilation album featuring various artists, released in 1992 by Under-Ground Music Company. This unique collection brings together some of the most promising talents from the early ’90s hip-hop scene, showcasing a diverse range of styles, including Gangsta and G-Funk. The compilation is divided into two sections: “East Side Stories” and “West Side Stories,” highlighting the different flavors of hip-hop emerging from these regions at the time.

The album opens with “Understand Perfection,” a collaboration between Perfection and a young Snoop Doggy Dogg, setting the stage for an exciting journey through the hip-hop landscape of the early ’90s. Unity Committee’s “Who’s Gonna Be The Next Victim” and Mister Cix’s “6 In The Clip” continue to build the momentum with their raw energy and powerful lyricism.

“East Side Stories” also features standout tracks like “Mack Thang” by Perfection, “The Hoes That Won’t Dance” by Ded 2 The World, and “Dungeons & Dragons” by Mac-10, showcasing the distinctive sounds and styles that defined the hip-hop scene in the early ’90s.

The “West Side Stories” section of the compilation kicks off with Big Al’s “Get On The Ride,” followed by Funky Trend’s “(Tell Me) What Colors Can I Be Wearin’,” offering a taste of the West Coast’s distinctive sound. Superb SK & Unity Committee’s “The Fish Taste Superb” and Qwyet Storm’s “Spare The Rod (Spoil The Child)” further highlight the diverse range of talent featured on this compilation.

Other noteworthy tracks include “Is It Good 2 U?” by GP Hip Hop Nation, “Can I Kill It” by Chocolate Tai, and “Sho Is Hype (But Not My Type)” by Volume 10. “Please Pass The Mic” captures a snapshot of hip-hop history, offering a rare glimpse into the emerging talents and sounds that would go on to shape the genre in the years to come.


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