Short interview of the Freestyle Fellowship by Akwanza just before they drop their major label debut. From The Source, april 1993. The lo-fi audio is from the tape Fellowship Shop, includes bits of Tolerate, Hot Potato and more.
Interview with Dred Scott. Regarding the author, I would guess that Dr Bombay was an alias for Tracii McGregor, a regular contributor to Rap Pages who was also credited on Dred Scott’s album for some background vocals. Tracii, if you’re reading this, let us know !
Dred Scott : Check The Vibe
A small feature on Urban Prop in Rap Pages in february 1993, signed by Anonomiss. Unfortunately the album T-Love and Suggah B did together for Capitol never came out. The following song recorded in 1993 will be featured on T-Love’s new project, “Long Way Up – The Basement Tapes”, coming out next winter on Brawl/Pickininny (the actuial song is one verse longer). This retrospective album will cover most of her unreleased catalogue. The first 12″, Definition Of a Yee-Yee can be heard on her Myspace, vinyl in store on march 19th.
Urban Prop : Pickaninny
An early feature on Ganjah K in Rap Pages in february 1993, written by Anonomiss.
Ganjah K : Got My Mind Trippin’
The cover story of the december 94 issue of Rap Pages, a day in the life of Sin, Erule, Aceyalone, Ganjah K and Ras Kass.
Ras Kass : Capital R.A. (demo)