Dope Folks Records Announces Best Of Compilation

Milwaukee-based label Dope Folks Records recently announced the release of a new compilation album, “The Best of Dope Folks Records.” The album will feature rare and unreleased hip hop cuts from the years 1991-1999 which have been restored by the label themselves. 500 copies of the album will be made available on limited edition vinyl.

One of the tracks that will be featured on the compilation is “Freestyle Fanatic” by Milwaukee rapper Rock La Flow. The track is one of the rare and unreleased hip hop cuts from around the country that the label has discovered and restored.

Dope Folks Records is operated by Kid Millions and Christopher Schulist, both of whom are veterans of the Milwaukee music scene. Their passion for the music and dedication to bringing these lost hip hop gems back to life has unearthed cassette tapes, demos, and more thought to be lost gems over their history. Their commitment to unearthing and preserving obscure hip hop music has won them a devoted following among both fans and crate-diggers alike.

No official release date has been announced for “The Best of Dope Folks Records,” but fans can expect it to drop sometime in the near future.

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