Mick Boogie & Busta Rhymes do it with Dillagence.
Miss Info presents: Inside The Rappers Studio with Big Ghost as he breaks down his latest enstallment "The Big Doe Rehab", in stores December 4.
5 Albums you need (in no particular order):
1. Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, 100 Days & 100 Nights
2. Aretha Franklin, Rare & Unreleased Recordings From The Golden Reign Of The Queen Of Soul
3. Radiohead, In Rainbows
4. AZ, The Memphis Sessions
5. Band Of Horses, Cease To Begin
Delegation, The Promise Of Love (Shady Brook Records, 1976):
If you're unfamiliar with this group, there's really no reason to get familiar. The short of it is that Delegation was an R&B group of three members from the UK that released The Promise Of Love in 1976. I only mention this album because it boasts the ultra-soulful "Oh Honey", one of my all-time soul classics. There's a 6-minute 12" version floating around out there that I absolutely need but for now, marinate.
Delegation: "Oh Honey"