4/19/07

Hurrica Gloria...Milky





This heat rock, like Gloria, is straight milk. Produced some time in '91 by E Double with verses by Gloria, Mr. Sermon and Reggie Noble aka Funk Doc, "Milky" was a bonafide KCR exclusive. There was never a master or even an acetate or DAT...strictly cassette, so what you hear here is pretty much as good as it ever sounded. What is totally bugged out about this post is that just a few days ago after I started lookng for a show that had "Milky" on it, Hurrican G herself hit me up on myspace for the 1st time ever, looking for a copy of it. That's like whoa...but milky. This is some funky shit, and why it didn't launch Gloria's career back then, I don't know. Maybe it was some baby-mama drama with Erick Sermon, but I can't call it.

Hurrican G feat. Erick Sermon and Redman, "Milky"

10 comments:

Krisch said...

thanks for that one, I know it from a Mister Cee "Best Of Redman" tape.

Anonymous said...

this is dope. probably the best joint i've heard by her. How is that something ends up on just a tape???? that seems pretty wierd.

DJ Sample said...

You have no idea how long I've wanted to hear this song. Well, actually you do - since about '91. I think I first heard about this track in the Source or something and went looking for it immediately. Occasionally I looked around online and came up empty. Good looks

ELYESKOBAR said...

at some point around 5 years ago i had given up on the prospect of ever hearing this song again so i actually took the time to loop up the barbara mason sample with skull snaps (i know epmd did it too but it wasn't the same) just so i could listen to as much of the song as possible! you made my day stretch (pause)

HeRBaN LyRiX said...

DaMn....I`ve been tryin` to hear this joint for a LoNG TiME! Thanks, now I just need to hear her solo album....LoL, appreciate the link


STaY BLeSS`n...
LyRiX...

broseph said...

how many dope unreleased joints by hurricane g exist??

don't hold none back

Jaz said...

I only got a copy of this, this year thanks to some dude ripping it from the Mister Cee Best of Redman tape, maybe it never got released because it was just a mixtape joint and Erick ended up using the same "It's A New Day" drums and Barbra Mason sample on "Nothing But The Music" which was first recorded in 1991.

Anonymous said...

doppe thanx stretch!

sti3 said...

Funny, I never dug that bass-heavy Erick Sermon sound that much back in the day, but it sounds pretty damn good to me now.

Anonymous said...

what is so cool about this is that i actually have the tape for this song heck i have a whole bunch of stretch and bobbito tapes