For this year’s Black History Month, Rhino’s offerings celebrate the political, the genre defining, and the unforgettable hits in its catalog. From Lil Kim’s mold-breaking second record, Notorious K.I.M. to Curtis Mayfield’s relevant-as-ever Roots and There’s No Place Like America Today, Sheila E.’s smash …In The Glamourous Life and George Benson’s genre-defining Breezin’, from the geniuses Aretha Franklin and Ray Charles to the effervescent Chaka Khan, each of these records is a historical artifact that teaches us something about the Black Experience. Dive into this eclectic collection and listen to some of the records that defined American culture over the last 60 years while learning a bit about where we came from…and perhaps, where we’re going.
Head to your favorite Black-owned indie retailer to pick up these limited-edition titles during the month of February and collect an exclusive print featuring re-imagined covers designed by some of today’s up-and-coming young artists.