Review of an advance copy of KRS self-titled album, which was then titled Hip-Hop vs. Rap and was supposed to include “What I Know”.
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 !
Today marks the beginning of KRS One appreciation month. Why ? Just because. And if I believed the stats of this blog, a lot of people google his name and end up here, so I guess he’s more popular than what the last ten years of his career would make you think.
A review of Common Sense’s classic album written by Chairman Mao for The Source in october 1994. The audio is a recording of a young Kanye West trying hard to make a name for himself by battling Common on a radio show in Chicago.
You know you suck when the guy who review your album can’t find one decent line in your rhymes and can only quote an interlude ! You gotta appreciate how the writer tries hard not to make fun of their lyrics. Lyrical enthusiast will surely appreciate the demo version of Supa Star, with different lyrics ! Have fun.
Group Home : Supa Star (demo) (DivShare)
Half a mic short of classic status, but still a classic album, review published in The Source, september 1995.
El Michel’s Affair & Raekwon : PJ’s (DivShare)
Published in the Source, january of 1992, a review of Organized Konfusion first album, penned by Matty C. The audio is a track from their famous demo produced by the late Paul C, back when they called themselves Simply II Positive MC’s.
Simply II Positive aka Organized Konfusion : Mind Over Matter (demo) (DivShare)