Parental Advisory

PARENTAL ADVISORY (1991); Thumpin' Hard Records / Various Artists

1991, for Omaha Hip Hop history, marks the beginning of local artists taking hold of their independence and recording and releasing their own material.  The first in a long line of projects to be released was "Parental Advisory."  Produced entirely by Omaha legend, DJ Suicide, "Parental Advisory" was made up of artists that Suicide was working with and would later go on to make up Crossphade Muzic.  Jay Money was featured on a solo song, "Funky Revolution," and another song with his group, Da Basement Society, "It's Over" (a diss to Omaha legends Young Rebels).  Jay also jumped behind the boards for the first time and produced the track for "Im All Dat," which was a solo song from N-tellect, one of Da Basement Society members.  Other artists that made their first recording appearance on this project were K-Mack (of original Full Clip), female emcees Breathless and Y.T.D. (Yshall Davis), white rapper JT Zee and former original Full Clip members, Triple Threat (Head & Beedie).  This project is only available by contacting Crossphade Muzic Publishing.