|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Evolution / Juice Crew All Stars||2||Audio||1987||Cold Chillin'|
|2||The Cold Chillin' Power Hour||11||Audio||1988|
|3||Evolution / Juice Crew All Stars||2||Audio||1987||Cold Chillin'|
|4||We Grew Up On Hip Hop Pt. 8 - The Juice Crew Allstars (Oh My Goodness)||30||Audio||2013||Not On Label|
|5||We Grew Up On Hip Hop Pt. 8.5||26||Audio||Not On Label|
|6||Evolution / Juice Crew All Stars||2||Audio||1987||Cold Chillin'|
The Juice Crew was a hip hop collective of largely Queensbridge-based artists in the mid- to late-1980s. Founded by producer [a=Marley Marl] and radio DJ [a=Mr. Magic] and housed by Tyrone William's [l=Cold Chillin'] Records, the Juice Crew would introduce New School artists [a=Big Daddy Kane], [a=Biz Markie], [a=Roxanne Shanté] and [a=Kool G Rap]. The crew produced many answer records and "beefs" - primarily with rival radio jock [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Red+Alert]Kool DJ Red Alert[/url] and the South Bronx's [a=Boogie Down Productions] - as well as the "posse cut", "The Symphony".