93 'Til Infinity

Album: 93 'Til Infinity (1993)
  • This song is just about chilling. Hanging out, sampling some awesome tracks, and just having a good time all around. It samples the 1974 track "Heather," which appeared on Jazz drummer Billy Cobham's album Crosswinds. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Kakihara - Scarsdale, NY

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  • James from Riverside, Cathis is how we chill from '93 till... man i miss early '90s hip hop. so much better than nowadays...
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