A fresh batch of unreleased heat from Chocolate Boy Wonder’s mid-nineties reign
In proper celebration of Black Wax Friday and Record Store Day, Pete Rock released the long-teased Lost Sessions from his work with InI.
The “Golden Era” five-piece was to release their debut album (entirely produced by PR) via the producer’s Soul Brother Records imprint in the mid-nineties, but the project was eventually shelved, though it went on to become one of the most bootlegged albums in hip-hop on the power of the single “Fakin Jax” alone. Eventually, the album would see its release in 2003 as part of a double-album, spotlight compilation of the producer’s mid-nineties production.
Lost Sessions features 10 unreleased beats from the InI era and is available in both digital and physical formats for heads to excavate with reckless abandon.
Stream Lost Sessions below and hit the link to scoop a copy of the album on vinyl today. You can also hit iTunes for the digital pick-up. Hold tight for his next transmission.