The Hip Hop producer Diamond D debuted in 1992 with his album Stunts, Blunts and Hip Hop. It became an underground masterpiece with the vibe of the 90's studio ambience. With experiences of his later partners Big L and Fat Joe he created his New York sound. A huge part of the songs is recorded with the help of his crew the Psychotic Neurotics. The beats of the song "Best Kept Secret" sets the tone for the massive rhyming of Diamond D. The reason that everything sounds just as it should be is the fantastic production of the songs. "Sally Got a One Track Mind" is another classic tune by the formation and one of the highlights of the album. 

 

Joseph Kirkland, better known by his stage name Diamond D, started working in the music industry by the end of the 80s and produced music for lots of artists, like Lord Finesse, Fugees, Outkast and ADOR. During the years he also released solo albums, the latest dates from 2014.

DIAMOND AND THE PSYCHOTIC NEUROTIC - STUNTS, BLUNTS & HIP HOP

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    1. Intro   
    2. Best Kept Secret        
    3. Sally Got A One Track Mind
    4. Step To Me    
    5. Shut The “*!*!” Up    
    6. “*!*!” What You Heard        
    7. I'm Outta Here           
    8. A Day In The Life     
    9. Last Car On The 2 Train
    10. Red Light, Green Light
    11. I Went For Mine*
    12. Comments From Big “L” And Showbiz       
    13. Check One, Two        
    14. What You Seek          
    15. Lunchroom Chatter    
    16. Confused       
    17. Pass Dat S**T
    18. Freestyle (Yo, That That Sh..)           
    19. K.I.S.S. (Keep It Simple Stupid)       
    20. Stunts, Blunts, & Hip Hop    
    21. Wuffman Stressed Out
    22. Feel The Vibe
    23. A View From The Underground
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