Heavy Jewelz Records recently dropped a limited pressing of New York rapper Terror Green’s underground demo EP from 1995. The rare demo featured some of the most requested cuts on the legendary 90s Stretch & Bobbito radio show. Somehow this slice of golden era rawness fell through the cracks of time and was almost forgotten, until the cats and Heavy Jewelz took it upon themselves to press the demo onto vinyl for the first time ever.
The tracks are heavily influenced by Terror’s experiences on the streets of the city. “45 Stitchez” is a rugged story telling joint recounting some unfortunate circumstances and altercations. The whole record is tough and grimy just as you’d expect from underground New York hip hop in the mid 90s.
Don’t miss out on this limited gem of 90s rap that will never be pressed again! The release comes on colored or black vinyl and fresh new artwork by German graff head Skore 79. Check the animated video and EP stream below and then add this heavy jewel to your crates.