Shawty Pimp...Still Comin' Real

Label:Gyptology Records – GYPT001
Vinyl, LP, Album, Remastered, (Black & White Cover)
Country:UK & US
Genre:Hip Hop
Style:G-Funk, Gangsta


A1Big Boys Intro
A21 Mean Stang
FeaturingReddog (3)
A3Come On Wit Me Baby (Alternate Mix)
A4Style Like Mine
A5For Them Bustas
FeaturingMC Spade (2)
A6You Tell Me
FeaturingLil West (2), MC Spade (2)
A7Pimpin' Still Goin' On
B1My 9 Glock
FeaturingMC Spade (2)
B2Ain't To Be Played Wit
FeaturingMista K
B3Gots To Make Some Money (Alternate Mix)
B4Can't Play No Playa
FeaturingReddog (3)
B6Street Sense
FeaturingMC Spade (2)
B7Revised Dedications

Companies, etc.


First press with a black and white cover.

Remaster © 2018 Gyptology Records
Released under license from Big Pimpin' Prods. Memphis, TN.
℗ 1995 Big Pimpin Productions

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (side A etched): GYPT001-A "SEEK PEACEFULLY..." 0241672-A-1
  • Matrix / Runout (side B etched): GYPT001-B "...AND YOU WILL FIND" 0241672-B-1

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
...Still Comin' Real (Cassette, Album, Reissue, Remastered)Gyptology RecordsGYPT001-MCUK & US2018
New Submission
...Still Comin' Real (LP, Album, Remastered, Repress, Test Pressing)Gyptology RecordsGYPT001UK & US2019
New Submission
...Still Comin' Real (LP, Album, Remastered, Repress, (Sepia Cover))Gyptology RecordsGYPT001UK & US2019


  • pain_shop's avatar
    Edited 3 years ago
    Pretty interesting release. I would definetly want more transperency of how this release was put together because I did notice a few odd things. For the most part, there is a signature sound for every track except for A6, B3, and B7 which seems sourced from the youtube tape rip (128kbps MP3s). The tape hiss/tv frequency line are pretty signature to all the remastered tracks, but there is a wobbly 22.1khz shelf for the tape hiss. I've never seen a tape recording produce that sort of spectrogram, so that's a bit of a mystery. If these tracks were sourced from the original reel-to-reels masters maybe it's just a byproduct of the equipment used for beat looping??

    In regards to the sounds, there are a few things worth noting. The original cassette release was in mono, so this vinyl release follows suit. The bass sound is a little quiet on the vinyl but that's something that might be tied to the limitations of the medium, this is easily remedied with some EQ controls. There are a lot of tinny sounds and sibilance in this release that become more apparent from the added clarity of the remastering. The high hats became a little more offensive when compared to warm sound of the youtube tape rip that I had become accustomed to (it's worth noting that my setup has a bright sound). I had to listen to this in a quieter volume than I do most of my music just because of how fatiguing the sound was. There was also a small channel imbalance that I had to work with, but nothing that was too offensive.

    The vinyl itself was beautifully done. My copy sounded flawless throughout it's whole play, so big ups to the pressing plant this was done through. As a whole I'm pretty pleased with this release, so take what you will from these observations.
    • gramplojke's avatar
      A bit quiet but otherwise great, no pops or crackles whatsoever
      • arrimaster's avatar
        Can't say anything negative about the sound Quality of this item. Get it while it is still available.... Thanks to Gyptology Records. Looking out for the upcoming releases....
        • keysersozze's avatar
          memphis tapes into vinyl is all i need. more please.
          • _digger's avatar
            Edited 3 years ago
            From Gyptology Records press-release:
            "California and New York aren't the only US cities to have pioneered underground hip-hop over the years. Back in the nineties, southern states such as Memphis, Tennessee were also hotbeds for the fast evolving musical phenomenon. As we push on into the second millenium; from the swathes of short-run, tape-only releases that came out in the 1990's, some are at last being cut to vinyl. Shawty Pimp and the Big Pimpin' Productions crew were brought to international ears in 2014 when his album 'Comin' Real Wit It' was pressed to vinyl and sold out in the blink of an eye. Gyptology Records (a new seemingly Egyptian archeology styled hip-hop re-issue label) now present a vinyl pressing of the 1995 sequel; 'Still Comin' Real'. Here are eleven original, raw rap cuts, remastered and restored with love. Available June 2018 for the first time in the format that never goes out of style. Vinyl. Produced with the full consent and participation of the artists".



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