Slice-of-Spice Records is releasing a sure fire Brooklyn anthem for this summer, in the shape of a banging unreleased Paul Nice track ft. Masta Ace. The song is called “BK”, which was originally recorded in 2001, but never saw the light of day.

After 10 years this track is finally getting the vinyl release this track deserves. Slice-of-Spice managed to source the DAT tape from the original studio sessions, and they’ve put it together as a high quality, limited edition 7”, that includes a dope new Paul Nice remix. This record also marks the long awaited return to the studio for Paul Nice’s fans, as he dusts down his MPC-60 and bashes out another heater.

There is a Special Edition version available for this release, but you’ll have to act fast before they’re gone, as there are only 200 copies available. This version is pressed on Brooklyn Dodger Blue vinyl, and each copy is individually numbered, using a gold foil stamp press.

People can purchase a copy through the Big Cartel pop-up-store:

For those who miss out, there is a standard black vinyl version available through selected retail outlets in the US, Japan, Germany and the UK. However, this is also in limited quantities, which will be hand numbered. There’s going to be no over-press, or repress of this project.

This record is the first in a series of 3 limited edition 7 inch releases, on Slice-of-Spice, by Paul Nice, as a part of the Signature 7 Series, all release one month after each other, starting with SSR-002 in June.

Here’s what’s next:

-           SSR-003: Conflict REMIX ft. Masta Ace & Guru (Unreleased on vinyl, cover art by Ewok)

-          SSR-004: Turn Tha Party Out REMIX ft. Biz Markie (Unreleased, cover art by Joe Buck)

All three records will have the same level of attention to detail, when it comes to the quality of the press, for both the jackets and vinyl.