On this day in hip-hop history, Leaders of the New School released their debut album, A Future Without A Past on Elektra.
The rap group Leaders of the New School, which featured a young nineteen year old Busta Rhymes, released their debut album A Future Without A Past on this day in 1991 on Elektra. Other members from the Long Island group were Charlie Brown, Dinco D, and Cut Monitor Milo. They appeared as guests on a few singles together before the release of their debut album.
A Future Without A Past spawned a few hit singles including "Sobb Story," Case of the P.T.A.," and "The International Zone Coaster," all of which reached the top ten on the Rap chart. The album peaked at #128 on the Billboard 200 and #53 on the R&B chart.
Also on this day...
1996 - UGK released their third studio album Ridin' Dirty on Jive.
1996 - A Tribe Called Quest released their fourth album, Beats, Rhymes, and Life, on Jive.
2012 - Rick Ross released his fifth album God Forgives, I Don't on Def Jam.
2013 - Tech N9ne released his thirteenth album Something Else on RBC.
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