Hella Dope Records Re-Releases Rappin’ Ron & Ant Diddley Dog “Bad N-Fluenz” Album On Vinyl

For the first time ever, former Cellblock Records artists Rappin’ Ron & Ant Diddley Dog will have their Bad N-Fluenz album available on vinyl via Hella Dope Records.

Originally released in 1995, this Oakland, California classic features Too Short, Ant Banks, Mr. ILL, Seagram, and Street Thugs.

Legendary west coast producer Ant Banks produced several songs on the duo’s Cellblock Records debut including “The Bomb”, “All Rapped Up”, “You Ain’t Heard Nothing Yet”, and “Maniac Mind”.

Hella Dope Records is re-releasing the album in a bundle pack which includes the following:

• Bad-N-Fluenz 2LP Album (Gray Marble Vinyl)
• Summertime b/w PH Balance Remix (7″ Picture Disc Vinyl Single)
• All Rapped Up b/w Smoke Season Remix (7″ Clear Vinyl Single)
• Rappin’ Ron & Ant Diddley Dog 8×10 Glossy Photo
• Bad-N-Fluenz Logo T-Shirt

Cellblock Records was an Oakland, CA-based record label in the mid-90’s which boasted a collection of high-powered artists like Rappin’ Ron & Ant Diddley Dog of the Bad N-Fluenz click, Mr. ILL, FM Blue and others. The label had deep connections with Too Short’s imprint Dangerous Music as the artists and producers off the labels often collaborated with each other.

Too Short recently released some Cellblock’s catalog in a Greatest Hits format with songs like the original version of “I Can’t Turn Back” featuring 2Pac & Spice 1, “Flossn” by Father Dom, “Deep Shit” by Bad N-Fluenz, “Crooked” with FM Blue, and “Am I Dreaming” from the late MC Breed. The collection also features production from Ant Banks, Black Jack, Tone Capone, and Terry T to name a few.

There are only 300 copies of the Bad N-Fluenz vinyl album available. You can order your copy here