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Vee-One and UNI

I Don’t Kare if Nobody Likes This

Released July 1999

One of THE dopest releases from Seattle without a doubt. From ’99, this cd by brothers Vee-One and UNI dropped quietly, but the record is anything but. 14 tracks of high energy underground, sounding out of place next to the Tribal Productions sound dominating the Northwest at the time but nonetheless earning a rightful spot in the vaults of classic 206 shizz. From what I’ve gathered, these guys have since relocated to Maryland, and are still keeping busy. I Don’t Kare If Nobody Likes This was produced by the brothers and engineered by the legendary Vitamin D. (This review originally appeared on the Bring That Beat Back blog and was written by Jack Devo.)

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