KRS One interview in Straight From The Lips (1993)

July 9, 2007

Great minds think alike. Just when I was posting “What I Know” along the review of KRS One’s second “solo” album, Elliott Wilson was posting the same song (under a different title) on the XXL blog. His rip sounds better than mine, so go check it and the other unreleased songs from the same session. Anyway, KRS later recycled part of this song on the soundtrack of Ma 6T Va Crack-er, under the name “French Connection”.
The short interview here is from Straight From The Lips, in 1993, where you understand how his sex life can have an effect on his choice of beats.

KRS One : French Connection (DivShare)
KRS One : French Connection (Send Space)


Blackboard Jungle : KRS One interview in Rap Pages (1995)

July 6, 2007

Now it’s the week-end, some of you are probably on vacation, so relax and take your time, here is the long interview with The Ghetto Communicator from Rap Pages, october 1995. This include a review of BDP/KRS discography by Dr.Bombay

LINK TO PAGES 11 & 13 FIXED !

KRS One : Check It Out (Send Space)
KRS One : Check It Out (DivShare)









Say What ? Rap artist speak out : KRS One in The Source (1991)

July 6, 2007

I have tons of interviews where KRS talks about music, but what’s a KRS appreciation month without some of his comments on world politics ? Here he discussed the war in Irak with Jon Shecter in may 1991. The mp3 is from 1989 with 45 King on the turntables.

KRS One & 45 King: Freestyle (Send Space)
KRS One & 45 King : Freestyle (DivShare)


The Hit Squad Strikes Black : Redman interview in No Sell Out (1992)

June 12, 2007

Early interview of Redman in No Sell Out Magazine made a week before his first 12″ dropped and published in september 1992. The freestyle below with Biz Markie is the same Stretch Armstrong posted on his Konstant Kontakt blog earlier today, only with better sound.

Also, you should check the We Love blog, my man Erwin just upload a Redman mix I did on the radio a couple of weeks back. The mix is sloppy but there’s enough freestyle, rare tracks and collabs to please most Redman fans.

Biz Markie & Redman : Freestyle (zShare)
Biz Markie & Redman : Freestyle (DivShare) (fixed)


Holder Of The Rock : LL Cool J interview in The Source (1993)

June 12, 2007

Great interview where LL Cool J answers the questions of Reginald C. Dennis. Unfortunately I don’t have a copy of the Dangerous practice session that he played for him, so instead the audio is a live recording of LL dissing Ice T over the Keni Burke instrumental.

LL Cool J : Freestyle live at Chuck Chillout Birthday Party (zShare)
LL Cool J : Freestyle live at Chuck Chillout Birthday Party (DivShare)




Many Styles : Freestyle Fellowship in The Source (1993)

June 10, 2007

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.

Freestyle Fellowship : Unknown track (DivShare)
Freestyle Fellowship : Unknown track (zShare)


Pimpin Ain’t Easy : Too Short interview in The Source (1992)

June 9, 2007

Cover story on Too Short from the august 1992 issue of The Source, interviewed by Reginald C. Dennis.

Too Short : In The Trunk (Glove Compartment Street Mix) (zShare)
Too Short : In The Trunk (Glove Compartment Street Mix) (DivShare)