'Vinyl Me, Please' Announces New Subscription Service + Remastered 'Ready To Die' Album
The popular record club, Vinyl Me, Please, is offering a new subscription package for hip-hop lovers, as well as announcing September’s record of the month: the Notorious B.I.G.’s remastered Ready to Die.
Today, Aug. 22, marks a special day as we eek past the 44th birthday of this thing we love called hip-hop. Vinyl Me, Please, the new-age take on the lost art of record collection founded by Matt Fielder and Tyler Barstow has announced its September record of the month: the remastered vinyl version of the Notorious B.I.G.’s 1994 classic, Ready to Die.
With vinyl record sales at an all-time high in almost 30 years, crate diggers both far and wide will enjoy adding this to their collection—regardless if you even have space or not. The breakout Bad Boy album will feature the original artwork, seen for the first time in over a decade.
You can check out all the stats, bells and whistles below:
* 2LP, Red with White/Black Splatter + White with Red/Black Splatter Vinyl
* Exclusive ‘Baby’ Cover w/ Red Metallic Foil + Embossed Text
Remastered for Vinyl
* Deluxe wide-spine single pocket jacket
* 12×12 Art Print by Bráulio Amado
In conjunction with the news about Vinyl Me, Please’s remastered September record of the month comes word that they are announcing a new subscription service at the same time.
Dubbed Vinyl Me, Please Rap and Hip-Hop, the account will cost you $23 a month, can be available as an add-on to regular VMP members and offers some tasty grooves as Noname’s Telefone will be the first record offered, followed by Common’s Electric Circus.
Sign up for the subscription by clicking here.