lol, I haven't been into his new stuff though. The dude cranks out new albums more than anyone else in the game, but I haven't liked anything new of his since about Special Effects. He was one of my intros into rap about 10 years ago.
As I rebuilt/modified my speakers I've been going through my music collection to find the best recordings to test the system. Now I have stuff recorded by Blue Note Records, Columbia Legacy, Naim, Linn, & also Sheffield Lab...
The two albums (The King James Version, & Comin' From a Good Place) originally recorded in a church In Hollywood in 1976 by Harry James & His Band are still the best to test a system to faithfully reproduce the sounds of instruments a varied as a double bass, drums (incredible Les DeMerle), right up to the trumpet of HJ himself..
What makes these so special?...Sheffield Lab recorded these direct to disc, no mixing, one take only, & built the set-up themselves, some of the best & most accurate recordings out there, unfortunately I only have them on "compressed" CD.