Sunday, November 30, 2008

Blast Master- All He Do Is Spark Mad Izm

At a time when the entertainment world has been grieving, I am happy to celebrate life. 43 years ago in Brooklyn, KRS-One was born. He survived homelessness, prison, and devastating loss, going on to become one of the most powerful and respectful figures in hip-hop. Early on, KRS-One saw rap as a viable teaching method and uses every opportunity he has on the MIC to enlighten. Here is a lesson from the Teacher:
"Girls look so good but their brain is not ready. I'd rather talk to a woman because her mind is so steady."

KRS One- Step Into A World (Rapture's Delight)

KRS One- Sound Of Da Police

Channel Live feat. KRS One- Mad Izm


BDP- Super Hoe

BDP- 9mm Goes Bang

BDP- Who Protects Us From You

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