Keepers of the Funk is the second record by the Newark hip-hop trio Lords of the Underground. The variety of the beats and the energy of the different rappers can be felt in the gritty, rock-solid and low-end groove tracks. Influences of funk music increased and their rap flows are still worthwhile to listen to. Whereas their debut was somewhat harder and grittier this is a more structured recording. Deep hard beats, smooth basslines and horn samples are mixed to perfection on the 13-track record.
Lords of the Underground consists of MCs Mr. Funke, DoItAll Dupré met DJ Lord Jazz. They recorded a couple of remarkable albums during the 1990s.
Keepers of the Funk is available as a limited first pressing of 1.000 individually numbered copies on transparent blue vinyl.
- 180 gram audiophile vinyl
- Printed innersleeves with credits and thank you's
- 25th Anniversary Edition featuring "Tic Toc", "What I'm After", "Faith" and more tracks
- Limited first pressing of 1.000 individually numbered copies on transparent blue vinyl