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9 thoughts on “ Rappaz R. N. Dainja - KRS-One - KRS ONE (CD, Album)

  1. “Rappaz R. N. Dainja” is from KRS-One’s self-titled album. It contains production from DJ Premier that samples “Come On, Come Over” by Jaco Pastorius, “Toys” by Herbie Hancock and “Telephone.
  2. Lawrence Kris Parker (born August 20, ), better known by his stage names KRS-One (or simply KRS), and Teacha, is an American rapper. At the BET Awards, KRS-One was the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award for all his work and effort towards the Stop the Violence Movement as well as the overall pioneering of hip hop music and c Read More.
  3. Rappaz R. N. Dainja Lyrics. K 2. De Automatic (Ft. Fat Joe KRS-One is the second album released by KRS-One under his own name. The album was originally meant to be titled Hip-Hop Vs. Rap.
  4. Nov 07,  · There is way too many 4 Stars for this album but besides that Mr. KRS-One has delivered possibly the best hip hop CD of the singles were bangin "Rappaz R N Danja" starts the album off perfect with premier on the track you can't go wrong "Ah Yeah" has a killer drum beat and is one of my favorites from the album, MC's Act Like They Don't Know" is the hardest track KRS ever did and /5(37).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of KRS One on Discogs. Label: Jive - • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Hip Hop • Style: Conscious KRS-One - KRS One (, CD) | Discogs/5(17).
  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 MP3 music CD album at CD Universe, CD, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping.
  8. KRS-One "Rappaz R. N. Dainja": Blastmaster Kris I don't talk ish Expand your conciousness and dismiss foolishness No one is new to.
  9. 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, Channel Live, Das Efx, Busta Rhymes). This album is very relaxed—almost as though KRS-One had simply to dip his mighty ladle into the creative juices of the.

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