Contest: Win a Vinyl Pack of West Coast Classic Albums by N.W.A., Ice Cube, and Eazy-E

Fans of vinyl and West Coast rap—specifically N.W.A.—rejoice, because we have an awesome contest for you. Universal’s Respect the Classics campaign, which has been running since September 2013, is re-issuing classic hip-hop records back on vinyl that have been out of print for years, and we’ve partnered with them to give away three great records.

We will be giving one lucky reader a pack of West Coast classics, which includes N.W.A.’s seminal Straight Outta Compton, Ice Cube’s classic debut solo album AmeriKKKa’s Most Wanted, and Eazy-E’s Eazy-Duz-It.

HOW TO ENTER:
1. Follow @PigsAndPlans on Twitter.
2. Like Pigeons & Planes on Facebook
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3. Let us know in the comments section below why you deserve to win this awesome record pack. The more creative the answer, the better chance you have of winning. GIFs are always encouraged.

Good luck. The contest will close Wednesday May 7 at 6pm.

The competition is now closed. Thanks everyone.



  • Guest

    cause i’m so hood… I got a family and sheeeeet

  • idonteatbacon

    cause if not…

  • André Carvalho

    I deserve to win because I’m from Portugal and California’s weather is similar to ours and I’ve been listening to this classics since I remember myself. Plus, I can’t afford a vinyl and neither find these anywhere around here. I’m really core fan of westcoast rap. GIVE IT TO ME PLX!

  • Guest

    my father had these records while i was growing up. an angry ex-girlfriend of his smashed all of his hip-hop records because she hated the music. I’d love to win these to share with my dad, and let him hear the music he raised me on, in the way he’ll appreciate it the most.

  • Guest

    my father had these records while i was growing up; he raised me on all of this. He was the one who explained to me what an AK was after Ice Cube rapped about not having to use his.

    One night an angry ex-girlfriend smashed all of these records, simply because she hated hip-hop. I’d love to win these for my dad, and give him back the experience of listening to the music he raised me on, in the way it was meant to be heard. http://gph.is/1oFPJ8o

  • erikaldrich

    My father had all of these records while I was growing up. He practically raised me on this stuff. He was the one who explained to me what an AK was after Ice Cube rapped about not having to use his.

    One night, an angry ex-girlfriend smashed all of these, along with the rest of his hip-hop records, simply becuase she hated rap. I’d love to win these for my dad, so he can be able to listen to the music he raised me on, the way it was meant to be heard. i.imgur.com/kgFHjtA.gif

  • Flawless

    Because the rest of these comments are made by clowns that wear skinny jeans & i was actually bangin that ish in a boombox when it dropped I still knock that shit..& my Block nick-named me Eazy-D since way back cuz of reasons dont need to mention..I still rock Dickie fits on top of Nike Cortez (Dopemas for those who don’t know) & always have, when I crack open a 40 its a O.E I’m a 80s baby that knocks 80s & 90s shit not this new garbage & I been supportin everyone from the Left-Coast not just Eazy, Pac, Dre, Cube, Snoop…

    http://31.media.tumblr.com/ab71d978e1e31bafd7cf8c6f40701ddc/tumblr_mobl7v9cvy1ruxvqdo1_500.gif

  • Flawless

    Oh & I don’t wait for someone to die before they become my favorite rapper…Eazy was my favorite rapper since the beginning…

  • Christi McKim

    I saw