The folks at Fat Beats Records seem to agree.
They'll be releasing The Elmatic Instrumentals worldwide on September 27 on CD, 180g Vinyl, and digital formats. Good call. Let's hope it helps give the band the global exposure that they deserve. Below check out a clip of DJ Premier, who worked with Nas back in '93/'94 to create Illmatic, reactions to the way Will Sessions reworked some of his material.
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