-Y'all Chickens Make Me Laugh - Fully-Blown Recordings,
2000 »Big Scoob
- Can Du - White Label, 2000 »Eminem
- Stan - Aftermath, 2000 »Various Artist
Remixes - Rakim - Feeling You, Public Enemy - Bring
»Noise, - White Label, 2000 »Craig Mack
- The Wooden Horse - White Label, 2000 »Common
Sense - Car Horn - Groove Attack, 1999
Butter Wolf - Run the Line (Remix) - Stones Throw,
- Hard Knock Life (Ghetto Anthem) - Rock-A-Fella,
Erdberg - Anton Polster Du Bist Leiwand - Mego,
Latifah - Name Callin' - Tommy Boy, 1996
Music Factory - Do You Wanna Get Funky? (Remix)
- Columbia, 1994 »PMD
- Thought I Lost My Spot - MCA, 1993 »Diamond
D - Best Kept Secret (Remix), Check 1, 2 - Mercury,
- Do Fa Self, Tommy Boy, 1992 »Positively...Practical
Jokes - Atlantic, 1991 »MC
Lyte - Big Bad Sister, Kamikaze, Like a Virgin,
Stansfield - Been Around the World (Remix) - RCA,
- Keep it Together -(Remix) - Sire, 1990 »Maestro Fresh
Wes - Drop the Needle (Remix) - LMR Records, 1990
- Lost Tribe of Shabazz (album) Tuff City, 1990 »Eric B. &
Rakim - Let The Rhythm Hit 'Em (Remix) - MCA, 1990
- Packet Man (Remix) - Tommy Boy, 1990 »Markey Fresh
- The Mack of Rap - Jive, 1989 »X-Clan
- Heed The Word Of The Brother - 4th & B'Way, 1989 »Eric B. &
Rakim - Microphone Fiend (Remix) - MCA, 1989 »Salt-N-Pepa
- My Mic Sounds Nice (Remix) - London, 1989 »Lord Alibaski
- Lyrics in Motion / Top Gun - Tuff City, 1989 »King Sun
- Fat Tape, It's A Heat Up - Zakia, 1989 »Chill Rob G
- Ride the Rhythm (album) - Wild Pitch, 1989 »GangStarr
- Gusto, Knowledge - Wild Pitch, 1989 »Queen Latifah
- All Hail the Queen (album) - Tommy Boy, 1989 »Too Nice
- Cold Facts (Remix) - Arista, 1989 »Double J
- Bless the Funk - 4th & B'Way, 1989 »Chill Rob G
- Chillin' - Wild Pitch, 1988 »Lakim Shabazz
- Pure Righteousness (album) - Tuff City, 1988 »GangStarr
- Movin on, Gusto, Knowledge - Wild Pitch, 1988 »Latee
- No Tricks, Wake Up - Wild Pitch, 1988 »GangStarr
- Movin' On, Bust a Move, To Be A Champion - Wild Pitch,
- This Cut's Got Flavor, Puttin' On the Hits - Wild Pitch,
of the Month
- Bronx Science, 2000/2001 - November, December, January,
February, March, April, May volumes of "Lost Breakbeat"
Beats for the New Millennium, Vol 1 &
2 - 45 King Records, 2000 - Some new shit from the King, featuring
hot new beats. Some clips are featured in the sounds section.
Put the Funk Out There - Rock-A-Fella, 1999
- Bootleg of an unreleased promo compilation album. featuring
Jay-Z, Chill Rob G., Latee, Queen Latifah, and Diamond D.
Universal Beat Generation, Vol 1-3 - Ultimate
Dilemma, 1998 - This European label re-released "The
Lost Breakbeats" under a new name.
Breakapalooza Vol 1 & 2 - Tuff City,
1997 - Yet more Tuff City beats.
Champain - Tuff City, 1997 - A 6 track EP
featuring female rapper Champain.
Beats Don't Fail Me Now
(12" Single) - CLR Records, 1997 - The 45 King's "comeback"
record is a two-track EP featuring the songs "And You
Don't Stop" and "Terrordome."
Breakamania, Vol 1-3
- Real Tuff Breaks, 1997 - Tuff City released a set of 3 CD's
in 1997 featuring some vinyl-only treats from the 45 King
that were original recorded around 1989.
Grooves for a Quiet Storm
- Tuff City, 1996 - This is an all-instrumental album with
a mellow, laid back feel. Very nice.
Beets, Vol 1-3 - Music Station, 1996 - An instrumental
battle record with popular looped beats.
Tuff Jazz, Tuff City, 1995 - This mysterious album
(no track names) features some jazzy tracks spiced with horns.
None of the tracks seem very polished; most sound like they're
works in progress.
Zig-a-Ziggin ZZ - Tuff City, 1995 - Yet another
Outta Da Crate, Vol 1-5 - Tuff City, 1993 - Similar
to the Lost Breakbeat series, these volumes contain funky
The Lost Breakbeats - 45 King Records - There
are many LP's in this series. Volumes 1 & 2 were originally
released in 1993, and the colored albums were released from
1994 through 1996.
45 Kingdom - Tuff City, 1990 - This is a
partial "best of" the 45 King, consisting of material
from his first two albums along with old classics like "The
900 Number" and "When A Wise Man Speaks."
Madness - Tuff City, 1990 - The 45 King collaborated
with DJ Louie Louie to make a nice breakbeat album. Rappers
Lakim Shabazz and Ron Delite also appear on the LP.
A Mission - Ruffhouse, 1990 - This cut was taken
from the "One Voice: Pride" LP, which was a compilation
featuring "conscious" rap.
King Presents: The Original Flavor Unit -
Tuff City, 1990 - Before the "new" Flavor Unit released
an album in 1993, Tuff City released with this album by the
"original" Flavor Unit. Most of the songs are demos
from 1989 and earlier, but all are produced by the 45 King.
of the Game - Tuff City 1989
King is Here (12" Single) - Tuff City, 1989
- Has rapping by Markey Fresh. This has a different version
of "The King is Here" than appears on the "Master
of the Game" LP.
Black, and Green (12" Single) - Tuff City 1989
- Features rap by Lakim Shabazz.
a Wise Man Speaks/Catching a 'Tude/Rocking With Tony
H (12" Single) - Tuff City, 1989
900 Number EP - Tuff City, 1987 - The 45 King's breakthrough
single, it has the original 900 Anthem with raps by Lakim
Shabazz, a 45 King remix, and three Ced Gee (of Ultramagnetic
MC's fame) remixes.
Funky Beats '84 - 45 King, 1984 - The 45
King's very first release, a 7-inch single with a live drumbreak.
Just Beats - 45 King, 198? - Old school electro-style
breakbeats from the King.