This Day In Hip Hop and Rap History
 


This Day In Hip Hop and Rap History


July 27th – DMG released his debut album, “Rigormortiz”, on Rap-A-Lot Records, on this day in 1993.

“Rigormortiz” was produced by Mike Dean, Big Chief, John Bido, N.O. Joe and Scarface, who discovered the Minnesota born MC after meeting him at a concert where he was performing.

The album also featured production from label founder J. Prince.

“Rigormortiz” featured guest appearances from Mr. 3-2, 5th Ward Boyz, 2 Low, as well as Bushwick Bill, Big Mike and Scarface of The Geto Boys.

“Rigormortiz” spawned the hit single “You Don’t Hear Me Doe”.