Brooklyn-based indie label Coalmine Records is celebrating ten years of independence with their hard-hitting compilation album, Unearthed, available now as a double-disc set, and for stream at DJBooth.
Unearthed epitomizes the boutique label's commitment to delivering quality hip-hop. Its tracklist serves as a who's-who of today's independent hip-hop scene, packed with features ranging from veteran legends like Kool G Rap and Pharoahe Monch, to burgeoning talents such as Fashawn, Blu and Maffew Ragazino. In addition to beats by DJ Revolution, the set packs productoin from the likes of Ayatollah, Marco Polo and M-Phazes (to name a few).
The Untagged Deluxe Edition, featuring three additional bonus cuts, will be released on May 27.
Fans can also check out Coalmine Records &DJ Revolution's previous albums: Coalmine Records - Remineded: A Collection of New & Old Remixes
Written by richard on May 12, 2014
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