The Forgotten Love

In 1993, cassette tapes weren’t relics for time capsule fodder. Seeing that they were more affordable than CDs at the time, their viability still made them an asset for record companies. Due to sample clearance issues revolving around Isaac Hayes’ “The Look of Love,” the record “G’s Up, Hoes Down” never made its way onto a compact disc. Sad really. It’s just as classic as Doggystyle’s other inclusions.

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