Since most of us were first introduced to Tony "Hi-Tek" Cottrell through his work producing on classic albums like Reflection Eternal's Train Of Thought and Mos Def and Talib Kweli Are Black Star, many probably assume that the Cincinnati native works mostly with conscious artists or backpacker rappers. Even his stellar Hi-Teknology albums--which featured collaborations with Ghostface, Jadakiss, Cormega, Kurupt, and Raekwon--and extensive work on G-Unit projects didn't completely shed this label. So with Talib Kweli and Hi-Tek reuniting to release their long-awaited second album, Revolutions Per Minute, Complex takes a look at the most gully records Hi-Tek has produced in his career...