On this day in Hip-Hop history, Digital Underground released their second album Sons of the P.
On this day in 1991, Digital Underground released their second album Sons of the P on Tommy Boy. The album featured some coproduction from George Clinton. He also appeared as a guest featured on the title track and his band was heavily sampled throughout.
Sons of the P spawned two hit singles, "No Nose Job," and "Kiss You Back," which reached #40 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was certified gold. The album reached #44 on the Billboard 200 and #23 on the R&B chart. It was certified gold.
Also on this day...
1991 - MC Solaar released his debut album Qui Seme Le Vent Recolte Le Tempo on Musicrama.
1991 - The UMC released their debut album Fruits of Nature on Wild Pitch.
1994 - Death Row Records released the soundtrack to the short film Murder Was the Case starring Snoop Doggy Dogg.
1996 - Jeru the Damaja released his second album Wrath of the Math on Payday.
1996 - Poor Righteous Teachers released their fourth album The New World Order on Profile.
1996 - Xzibit released his debut studio album At the Speed of Life on RCA.
2002 - LL Cool J released his ninth album 10 on Def Jam.