Space Jam is one of the most iconic animated films of the ’90s with an insane soundtrack to match it. If you recall, it’s full of certified bangers like Technotronic’s “Pump Up the Jam,” and most notably R. Kelly’s now canonical inspirational anthem “I Believe I Can Fly.”

It was also certified six times platinum. Impressive. Not to mention Michael Jordan is in his Chicago Bulls prime playing basketball with Looney Toons…in space! The soundtrack will be reissued on vinyl, available on Record Store Day this year, on April 22. Be sure to check out the film’s official website for a wild Web 1.0 nostalgia ride – it hasn’t been updated since the mid-90s.

Also coming out on April 22 is a special limited-edition Danny Brown picture disc 10-inch of “Ain’t It Funny” off his of Atrocity Exhibition album. Check out the full list of US Record Store Day releases here and UK RSD releases right here. There are some waxy gems to behold including records from Wiley, from your favorite metal T-shirt Metallica, from and late legends Prince and David Bowie.

Before you cop the #rare vinyl, Revisit Danny Brown’s “Ain’t It Funny” below.

In other music news, check out our track review of Drake’s “Portland” from ‘More Life’ right here.

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