LP of the week...Keith Murray-Enigma (Jive Records, 1996), superb follow up to his 1994 debut, The Most Beautifullest Thing In The World 


 LP of the week...Keith Murray-Enigma (Jive Records, 1996), superb follow up to his 1994 debut, The Most Beautifullest Thing In The World, Enigma once again featured great beats from the legendary Erick Sermon, Sugarless, Rod "KP" Patrick and "Dangerous Ground" and the first single "The Rhyme" featured a remix from the late, great J-Dilla (as part of The Ummah) guests included L.O.D. (50 Grand and Ron Jay), Kel Vicious, Busta Rhymes, Jamal, Redman and Erick Sermon.

"Call My Name" was aimed at Prodigy and Mobb Deep and the album was peppered with disses towards other acts inckuding Jeru The Damaga (I have never been sure why though).

Singles off the album were "The Rhyme" b/w "Yeah" and "Hot To Def" b/w "Love L.O.D." (Promo only)...Enigma peaked at 39 on the US Billboard 200. Courtesy Comrade And Affiliate DJ Jaz Ford, check out his blog at http://coldrockdaspot.blogspot.com


Call My Name

Manifique (Original Rules)

Dangerous Ground

hot to def

The Rhyme Remix

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