Matt Dike, co-founder of iconic record label Delicious Vinyl, producer of enduring hits for 1980s hip-hop stars Tone-Loc and Young MC, and driving creative force behind Beastie Boys’ 1989 album Paul’s Boutique, has died.
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Rothstein’s Parlour: A smoker friendly lounge setting with curated screenings of classic ghetto cinema, soulful music, and libations. – Hosted by Frank Nitt Please join us for the screening of the old school hip hop cult classic “Beat Street” in a smoker friendly lounge environment.
Delicious Vinyl is one of the most successful and identifiable hip-hop labels of all time. With its iconic logo and releases like Tone Loc’s “Wild Thing,” Young MC’s “Bust A Move” and the Pharcyde’s “Passin’ Me By,” the L.A. company helped build the West Coast hip-hop movement in the late ‘80s and 1990s. The long-time home of game-changing beatmaker J Dilla, the label’s hip-hop legacy continues with releases from a new generation of L.A.
J-Sw!ft, formerly of The Pharcyde, releases his new solo album via Delicious Vinyl & Fathouse Wreckords on Friday, June 29th. The album will be available on every streaming & download service: Spotify, iTunes, YouTube, Pandora, Amazon & etc. Guest rappers on the LP include Aceyalone, Akil of Jurassic 5, Mellow Man Ace, K-Natural, Ras Kass and more. Check out the first single – “Wild Animal” – featuring Akil of Jurassic 5 and K-Natural of Bizarre Ride Live & The Wascals. J-Sw!ft & Akil will be .
Delicious Pizza carries on the Delicious Vinyl music tradition. Dough. Cheese. Sauce. All three words can double as slang for money and influence in the pop and hip-hop universe. But brothers Mike and Rick Ross have since 2015 taken a more literal approach with their music-inspired restaurant Delicious Pizza.