Amoeba Music San Francisco Weekly Hip-Hop Top Six Chart: 02:11:11
1) Talib Kweli Gutter Rainbows (101 Distributions)
2) Philthy RIch Trip N 4 Life (Town Thizzness/LiveWire Records/SMC)
3) Dregs One and Equipto The Generation Gap (mixed by DJ BeatsMe (Pocketwatch Productions/Solidarity Records)
4) Slaughterhouse The EP (E 1)
5) Elusive Hip-Hop For Hipsters (Elusive)
6) Buckshot The Common Knowledgy of The Entertainment Industry (Duck Down Music)
Thanks to Luis at Amoeba San Francisco for this week's Top Six, which includes five new hip-hop albums and one new hip-hop book/CD package. That unique combo is The Common Knowledgy of The Entertainment Industry -- the neatly packaged, well presented, and most informative 80-page book with CD by Buckshot of legendary Brooklyn hip-hop group Black Moon / founder of Duck Down Records fame -- that was among the new releases showcased here on the Amoeblog Hip-Hop Rap Up a few weeks ago.
Number four this week on the chart is the brand new, long overdue (supposed to drop six months ago) latest offering from Slaughterhouse, the four-member rap supergroup comprised of Joe Budden, Crooked I, Joell Ortiz, & Royce da 5' 9," who have been tipped to be signing with Eminem's Shady Records ever since they made a cameo in Em's "Forever" music video.