Posts Tagged ‘bdp’

Take It Personal Podcast (Ep 5: Respect The Architects)

Monday, February 13th, 2017

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This is the first installment of several “Respect The Architects” episodes we’ll be doing. It’s important to not only remember, but respect the pioneers, the originators and the emcees who have influenced in hip-hop as we know it today. While shows like The Get Down or Hip-Hop Evolution have done a great job with the visual side of things, episode 5 is all about the audio. Our topic of the show is what emcee opened your eyes to hip-hop and made you hit that rewind button until it broke? Sit back, relax and thoroughly enjoy the sounds of LL Cool J, Big Daddy Kane, Public Enemy and Boogie Down Productions to name a few.

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Download Take It Personal – Episode 5.mp3 from Omerta.is

Live Performance Videos Pt. 1

Friday, September 17th, 2010
“One of the great things about rap groups that were actually signed to major or semi-major labels is that they were occasionally given a chance to prove themselves as live artists”.
Well that is a quoted sentence our former blogger Thun wrote in the thread made by himself on T.R.O.Y. forum, reminding us of how great these live act are.
Thanks to konaube, tomekelu and especially one big thanks to Edy K for ripping and sharing that awesome yo mtv raps material!
Enjoy!

MC Shan – Feed The World (1985)

Thursday, December 17th, 2009


“You got dropped off MCA cause the rhymes you wrote was wack…” KRS-One

Here’s MC Shan debut record on MCA Records in 1985. This is Shan’s first and only major-label release. Marley Marl is the producer. MC Shan would later get dropped from the label. KRS-One mentiones it when he disses Shan on BDP’s “South Bronx”.

This was ripped directly from my vinyl, I haven’t seen it on any blogs even though it’s actually a collectible record!

Download

— Thomas V

Beef: X-Clan vs. Boogie Down Productions

Monday, November 9th, 2009

This is a strange and unwanted beef between two crews of straight intellectuals, who both seemed to be on the same page. The main difference was (and probably still is) that one crew is pro-black while the other one was pro-human.

X-CLAN – FIRE AND EARTH

More than a diss record, they just happened to remember Kris’s humanist stance, and in this pro-black track they had to air it out:

And here’s a message to the Rainbow crew

And their fearless leader, Captain Human:

Revolution is not humanism!

Individualism and not separatism!

Even Professor X (RIP) raps on this one, instead of just “sissying” and “pink cadillacing”.

Over and under as I progress to this

Got no time to be hanging out with humanists

Raise a flag, fly the, tag the hand, clutch the fist

Serve we nationally comes the diss

Humanity keep it with us we break edicts

On another track (“Grand Verbalizer”) from their first album, Brother J also sends a direct hit to KRS:

Go from go from verb to verb,

Sit back and take heed, brother

YOU must learn!

Now to be fair though, there is an interview with Brother J over at Unkut.com where J states that there never was any hostile situations.

“The original situation with me and Kris wasn’t a beef, it was more of a misunderstanding on the audience’s part(…) All I was trying to state was that black people were not ready at the time for “humanism” views – we don’t have our house clean. (…) So my thing was to him [KRS] “You must learn”, take some time back and sit back and let’s build, sit down with some different elders and see it from different perspective before it goes out there like that. And the crowd instantly took it and said “Ohh, you beefing with KRS, the greatest MC of all time!”

Personally I call bullshit. I guess that memo never got to Kris, ’cause he put on his chef’s apron and served them some craaaazy beef.

BOOGIE DOWN PRODUCTIONS – BUILD AND DESTROY

The great response by KRS was not only to destroy them as artists, but also went up against their beliefs. The fact that KRS got up in pro-black’s asses with his two verses just proved that he wasn’t afraid of ANYTHING.

He very cleverly showed and proved that many black men are worse then white devils, using Colin Powell as a great example.

Throw in the towel, the devil is Colin Powell

You talk about being African and being black

Colin Powell’s black, but Libya he’ll attack

Libya’s in Africa, but a black man

will lead a black man, to fight against his homeland

An accomplice to the devil is a devil too

The devil is anti-human, who the hell are you?

He then went up against all philosophies that defend that since the first man from Africa as the original man, therefore all black men are the original man. He even goes up against 5%’s that focus on black man being God.

God is not any black man on the land; God is consciousness

When you understand this you’ll see Kris

Until then, you can get dissed

He finishes his diss, or better yet, his lesson, with a mouth smacking teacher-to-student verse:

Yes I am the original teacher

You gotta study the Qu’ran, Torah, Bahavaghita

The Bible, Five Baskets of Buddha Zen

And when you’ve read them shits, READ them shits again!

But watch what you’re repeatin

If you don’t know the history of the author

you don’t know what you’re reading!

Yeah I’m still the original

Leaving MC’s lyrically miserable

Their criminal syllables are minimal, show me respect BOY

Cause I build and destroy!

This is a lesser known battle where KRS stomped all over an MC. Brother J never responded, but instead, years later invited KRS to X-Clan’s album to “Speak the Truth”:

X-CLAN ft. KRS-1 – “Speak the Truth”

— cenzi stiles

Many Styles

Tuesday, August 11th, 2009

Many Styles
1. Beastie Boys – The New Style
2. BDP – The Style You Haven’t Done Yet
3. Poor Righteous Teachers & Krs-One – Conscious Style
4. Original Flavor, Jay-Z & Freshco – Many Styles
5. Masta Ace Inc – Crazy Drunken Style
6. Method Man – PLO Style
7. Cella Dwellas – Medina Style
8. Funkmaster Flex – Butterfly Style (Live MSG Mix)
9. Yaggfu Front – Fling-A-Ling Style
10. Alkaholiks – Funny Style
11. Pharcyde – Funny Style Part I
12. Styles Of Beyond – Many Styles
13. Styles Of Beyond – Styles Of Beyond
14. Alkaholiks – Funny Style (Instrumental)
http://www.mediafire.com/?5eztogfxt3n

Preview:

Beastie Boys – The New Style

BDP – The Style You Haven’t Done Yet

Poor Righteous Teachers & Krs-One – Conscious Style

Pharcyde – Funny Style Part I

–Roy Johnson