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Flavor Unit emcee Apache, born Anthony Teaks, passed away after a protracted illness. Shakim Compere, CEO and Co-Founder of Flavor Unit Records, remembered Apache, â€œWithout Apache there would have been no Queen Latifah, no Naughty By Nature, no Chill Rob G., no anythingâ€ Compere told AllHipHop.com. â€œApache was the string that tied all of Flavor Unit together. Without Apache none of this would be.â€
R.I.P Apache!! Salute To A Real Passionate EMCEE U Will BE MISSED! THIS 1 Hit THEOG HARD! WHOA! YOU WILL BE MISSED.
R.I.P. To my brotha APACHE.. Together we made a dope lil hiphop joint… He was a real stand up dude…
Man I had the op to work with apache during the roll wit the flavor joint. REST IN PEACE TO MY FLAVOR UNIT BROTHER” APACHE” condolences2fam
– My heart is heavy. Apache has passed away. He came 2 see me perform last month @ Carolines Comedy club…RIP!
RIP Apache. He wrote for Latifah after Treach stopped writing for her. The only Black Man that called you a BITCH & you didn’t get mad.
R.I.P.Apache – not only the pen behind alotta Latifah’s raps but a good person
RIP #APACHE – (Gangsta Bitch) Flavor Unit!
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RIP APACHE OG REAL SH!T TALKER first Emcee to have a hit record talking bout the REALIST hood chick around the way ” KEEP YA SOULTRAIN HO !
R.I.P. APACHE, THANKS FOR THE GOOD MUSIC YOU LEFT US DJ’s TO PLAY
“if I was deaf, dumb, blind, stupid, lame, Handicapped, crippled and pussy was my middle name- you couldn’t beat me” – Apache (1991)
R.I.P to my boy Apache. He was a very good dude man. Very cool person.
I had the pleasure of knowng Apache while workng on The Lost Tribe of Shabazz. He was the unsung heart & soul of the Unit.
Dam , I knew Apache 2!! We losing a lot of brothers! Life is a true blessing
Also. RIP Apache. Had the funniest promo shirt that said. “Kill The White People” then on the back “But Buy My Record First”
— Thomas V
I will be posting a compilation I’m doing right now in remembrance of Apache.
Here we have The Lost Breakbeats: The Album by DJ Mark The 45 King released in 1993. This is a rare record to own. I’ve seen other breakbeats 12″ by 45 King but never this one, I was surprised when I found it at my local record shop. There’s also some vocals from original Flavor Unit member “Double J”. Enjoy,
— Thomas V