Today’s Throwback Thursday is a reminder of the 90s. Long before KJ-52 was incorrectly called KJ “fifty-two” or the fun moniker of “Five-Tweezy,” he was known as King J Mack. KJ was also in a hip-hop group called Sons of Intellect.

As part of KJ’s pledge campaign for a new album named, Jonah (details here), the long time hip-hop veteran is contemplating throwing in some of his old cassettes as a perk.

“Digging through old boxes and found 10 copies of my original first EP/album & singles… thinking about throwing these up @ www.pledgemusic.com/kj52 as a 4 cassette collectors item. Would anybody even buy this? If so how much?” he wrote on Instagram.

What do you think? Would you buy them?

Check out Sons of Intellect below: