On this day in Hip-Hop history, Bushwick Bill released his debut solo album Little Big Man.
On this day in 1992, Bushwick Bill of the Geto Boys released his debut solo album Little Big Man on Rap-A-Lot. The album featured production from John Bido, J. Prince, Crazy C, Roland, Goldfingers, and Mike Dean. Guest artists featured on the set included Ganksta N-I-P and MC L.
Little Big Man chronicled the 1991 shooting incident in which Bushwick lost his eye. It spawned the single "Ever So Clear," which cracked the top fifty on the R&B chart and reached #1 on the Rap chart. The album reached #32 on the Billboard 200.
Also on this day...
1998 - Canibus released his debut album Can-I-Bus on Universal.
2009 - Jay Z released his eleventh album The Blueprint 3 on Roc Nation.
2009 - Raekwon released his fourth solo album Only Built 4 Cuban Linx...Pt. II on EMI.
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