As the Director of A&R, Duke Da God is often considered the architect of the hottest Rap crew out of Harlem having spearheaded the mixtape saturation for which the group is known. Since "Oh Boy" and "Hey Ma" this former Roc-A-Fella executive and artist along with Juelz Santana, Jim Jones, Hell Rell, and the rest have solidified a place in Hip Hop history selling millions of albums and even more in mixtapes giving rebirth to a new kind of Harlem Renaissance sparking a resurgence to Rap in NYC's honorary sixth borough. And since no crew spits fire like these Harlem heat makers, Duke brings to you "Harlem Classics", an album highlighting twenty-one of the hottest tracks from his own vaults including unreleased material. The group's finest are all featured along with guest appearances by Jay-Z, DMX, Jae Millz, and T.I. Stand outs include the original version of "What's Really Good," "Roc-A-Fella Get Money," "Know the Ledge," and the remix for "No No No." Every song comes handpicked from Duke Da God himself and each track showcases the unmistakable cadence, clever rhyme style, and hard-hitting tracks that have become synonymous with this Harlem crew. "Don't Fool With the Dips".