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Represent The Real Hip Hop - KRS-One - KRS ONE (CD, Album)

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  1. Hip-Hop/Rap · Preview Editors’ Notes By this time KRS-One was mentoring a younger generation of urban storytellers, some of whom appear here in the string of interludes (Method Man, Jeru the Damaja) and some of whom guest on the songs themselves (Fat Joe, .
  2. Jun 06,  · KRS-One - Return Of The Boom Bap () KRS One Attacks Outta Here Black Cop Mortal Thought I Can’t.
  3. Jul 12,  · KRS-One, "You Must Learn" () I knew that people weren't being for real and truthful from the heart with the music that was coming out. whose debut album was the first hip-hop album .
  4. Aug 19,  · KRS-One is the only hip hop artist I listen to because he only raps about real subjects and real things instead of all the other materialism mainstream hip hop/rap focuses on. I give this album a high rating and I recommend you hear some of Kris's stuff if you are in the least bit into hip hop, for instance I know this guy who is into nothing /5().
  5. This song was included on Das EFX' 3rd album Hold It Down, then later added to KRS-One’s eponymous sophomore album. Das EFX and the Blastmasta spit over one .
  6. For his second solo album, KRS-One worked with a variety of younger hip-hop talents, perhaps in an attempt to resuscitate his street credibility and his commercial standing. Featuring appearances by Das EFX, Mad Lion, Fat Joe, and Channel Live, KRS-One is loaded with fresh talent of the first rank and they help spark the Teacher into giving an inspired performance.
  7. KRS-One (born Lawrence Parker on August 20, in Park Slope, Brooklyn, New York) is an American hip-hop MC. Over his career he has been known by several pseudonyms, including Kris Parker, KRS One, KRS-ONE (as given at his site), The Blastmaster and The Teacha. KRS-One is an acronym for "Knowledge Reigns Supreme Over Nearly Everybody".
  8. KRS-One began his recording career as one third of the hip hop group Boogie Down Productions, or BDP, alongside DJ Scott La Rock and Derrick "D-Nice" Jones. They met during a stay KRS-One had at the Bronx Franklin Avenue Armory Shelter. La Rock (real name Scott Sterling) worked as a social worker there. The duo would begin to create music.
  9. KRS-One Channel Live: 7 "Hold" L. Parker KRS-One 8 "Wannabemceez" L. Parker DJ Premier Mad Lion: 9 "Represent the Real Hip Hop" L. Parker Showbiz: Das EFX: 10 "The Truth" L. Parker KRS-One Rich Nice 11 "Build Ya Skillz" L. Parker Diamond D: Busta Rhymes: 12 "Out for Fame" L. Parker KRS-One 13 "Squash All Beef" L. Parker Diamond D 14 "Health.

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