Hijack – Back to Brixton [1991]

From Discogs
Finally, ‘The Horns Of Jericho’ was unleashed to it’s awaiting public in 1991 and is arguably the greatest hip hop album ever to be released outside of the USA. Unfortunately, Warner Brothers never released the album to the US market and Hijack parted company with the label. Soon after the group split due to musical differences, DJ Supreme went on to launch Backbone Records, working with such artists as The Icepick. Kamanchi Sly and DJ Undercover went on to set up Reservoir Records as Mr.Pink and Mr.Blonde.
Kamanchi Sly then went on to become Unknown MC and set up Soulfood Records in 1998 with his brother DJ Pied Piper. They managed to reach the number one spot with the garage tune ‘Do You Really Like It’.

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