SALE: Cold Chillin'
- August 12, 2013
A few years ago Stones Throw presented an exclusive sale of Cold Chillin' tee shirts, made in conjunction with Biz Markie and photographer George DuBose, along with Soul-Cal and Traffic Ent.
We've just brought out the very last of our stock and lowered the price on each tee.
Cold Chillin' Logo: Pink | Black | White
Diabolical Biz Markie: Black | White | Grey
Cold Chillin' Posse: Black | White | Grey
Cold Chillin' Trio: Black | White | Grey
Cold Chillin' Duo: Black | White | Grey
Cold Chillin' - a seminal hip hop label if there ever was one - has inspired music fans the world over for over twenty years. The label's iconic logo (originally designed by Haze) and DuBose's cover imagery of one of its larger-than-life stars, were available as officially licensed tee shirts in this presentation at Stones Throw in 2009.
The Diabolical Biz Markie
Cold Chillin' Duo
Cold Chillin' Trio
Cold Chillin' Posse (The Juice Crew: Masta Ace, Craig G, Big Daddy Kane, Marley Mahl, MC Shan, Tragedy, Biz, Kool G Rap)
Cold Chillin' Records released many of the defining hip-hop records from the late 80s and early 90s. Most of the label's releases were by members of the Juice Crew, a loosely knit group of artists centered around producer Marley Marl.
MC Shan - Down by Law (1987)
Big Daddy Kane — Long Live the Kane (1988)
MC Shan — Born to be Wild (1988)
Biz Markie — Goin' Off (1988)
Marley Marl — In Control, Volume 1 (1988)
Big Daddy Kane — It's a Big Daddy Thing (1989)
Kool G Rap & DJ Polo — Road to the Riches (1989)
Roxanne Shanté — Bad Sister (1989)
Biz Markie — The Biz Never Sleeps (1989)
Master Ace — Take a Look Around (1990)
Kool G Rap & DJ Polo — Wanted: Dead or Alive (1990)
Big Daddy Kane — Taste of Chocolate (1990)
Big Daddy Kane — Prince of Darkness (1991)
Kid Capri — The Tape (1991)
Biz Markie — I Need a Haircut (1991)
Biz Markie — All Samples Cleared! (1993)
www.bizmarkie.com Official Biz Markie website
www.george-dubose.com George DuBose, photographer for Cold Chillin', as well as classic B52s and Ramones album covers.
Newsfeed March 7, 2014
+ The Stepkids - Insecure Troubadour (video)
+ 7 Days of Funk - "High Wit Me" - the video
+ 7 Days of Funk video contest: the runners up
+ Homeboy Sandman - Bad Meaning Good - Video
+ Jonwayne - "Black Magic" - live in Brownswood Basement
+ Pitchfork review: Our Vinyl Weighs a Ton
+ Snoop & Dam-Funk - DO MY THANG - video from 7 Days of Funk
+ Hit + Run's 777 LP New tracks by J Rocc, Kutmah, Knx, Ras G, Jeremiah Jae, Gaslamp Killer
+ Jonwayne - How to Be a Gemini - The Video
+ Homeboy Sandman - White Sands
+ Stones Throw SXSW
+ J Dilla's Donuts (33 1/3) 130-page book about the album and artist to be published in April.
+ Jeff Gitelman (Stepkids) & Stevie Wonder
+ Pyramid Vritra - Indra (album stream)
+ Lootpack - Loopdigga EP
+ 7 Days of Funk, 7-inch box set
+ Peanut Butter Wolf's 24-hour Valentine's Day Mix
+ Dil Jackson - Wanna Be Startin Something
+ Pyramid Vritra "Eleven12"
+ Quasimoto - Talkin Shit 45