I believe it was one of The Hitmen. Even if you're not a huge fan of Kris music you should at least have an enormous respect for his work in those areas. That way latecomers to the party will get their first taste of this incredible music in its album format,. Kris also made several interviews around this time saying how the album was complete and done but the label situation wasn't the best and constantly kept pushing it back. He's also the 1 spokesperson for hip-hop as a culture; a true hip-hop historian that truly cares about the culture and its health.
I love this song but I hate the fact that it's censored. One of the most prolifical arrtist to say the least, that has managed to keep his name alive in the hip-hop community by being an innovator that's pay attention to what's going on in the underground community. The article also mentions the track with Wyclef Better Run Rock On aka Land of the Boogie Down but it isn't clear who produced it. . And the waiting time of four years take away from it even more.
But unfortunately it is kept under wraps til today. These three album are all amazing stuff in their own right,; even more or less classics. The real album became somewhat of an obsession for me and I was determined to put together a version of the it as close as possible to what was intended to have been heard back in '99 or 2000. Between 1987 and 1997 he released plenty of classics as Boogie Down Productions, five albums that should end up in any serious hip-hop collectors crates one day. Through most of his career, Kris always been open to work with amazing underground producers and artists.
To not completely repeat myself I added a little bonus disc featuring ten additional songs that might very well have been recorded in the same session. These were all very likely recorded for the album since they have a similiar vibe and was released around the same time. But was it really four years between those two discs? I'm still mad at this decision as, still to this day, fans have not heard the complete album and the songs that made up original tracklist and even in the cases we've heard them. There is an uncensored version out there. Says it was supposed to have two tracks produced by Puff Daddy.
The article also mentions Showbiz, Domingo, and Jesse West as producers. . . . . . .
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