KRS-One
Lawrence Krisna Parker (born August 20, 1965), better known by his stage names KRS-One, and Teacha, is an American rapper and occasional producer from The Bronx, New York City, New York. KRS-One rose ...
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Rappaz R. N. Dainja
"Rappaz R. N. Dainja" is the first track and a single from KRS-One's 1995 self-titled album. It contains production from DJ Premier that samples "Come On, Come Over" by Jaco Pastorius, "Toys" by Herbi...
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Men of Steel (song)
"Men of Steel" is a single by rappers, Shaquille O'Neal, Ice Cube, B-Real, Peter Gunz and KRS-One from the soundtrack to the movie Steel."Men of Steel" was the only singl...
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The Sneak Attack
The Sneak Attack is rapper KRS-One's fourth solo hip hop album. It was released in March 2001. This was his first released on Koch Records. The track "B-Side (Intro)" actually opens side "C" of the vi...
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The BDP Album
The BDP Album is the twelfth solo studio album by KRS-One released through 6.8.2 Records. The album was dedicated to reviving the crew name of Boogie Down Productions. The album was entirely produce...
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Sound of da Police
"Sound of da Police" is the second and final single from rapper KRS-One's first solo album, Return of the Boom Bap. The song begins with KRS-One whooping twice to evoke a police siren (the "sound of t...
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I Got Next
I Got Next is emcee KRS-One's third official solo album. It remains his best-selling album to date, receiving the RIAA certification for Gold-level sales. The album sold 94,000 copies the week it peak...
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Classic (Better Than I've Ever Been)
"Classic (Better Than I've Ever Been)" is Grammy nominated collaboration song between Kanye West, Nas, KRS-One and that is co-produced by Rick Rubin and DJ Premier. The song ...
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Keep Right
Keep Right is KRS-One's seventh hip hop album under his own name, and thirteenth overall. Released in the summer of 2004 on Grit Records, for a short time it was bundled with a free DVD. It peaked at ...
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Stop the Violence Movement
The Stop the Violence Movement was begun by rapper KRS-One in 1989 in response to violence in the hip hop and African American communities.In 1988, during a concert by Boogie Down Productions and Publ...
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MC's Act Like They Don't Know
"MC's Act Like They Don't Know" is a song from KRS-One's 1995 eponymous album. It contains production from DJ Premier that samples "Yesterdays" by Clifford Brown, and interpolates "The Breaks" by Kurt...
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Meta-Historical
Meta-Historical is a collaboration album between veteran MC KRS-One and Wu-Tang Clan affiliated producer True Master.
All Tracks produced by True Master.
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KRS-One (album)
KRS-One is the second album released by hip hop artist KRS-One under his own name. The album was originally meant to be titled Hip-Hop Vs. Rap, as can be seen in the early The Source's and Rap Pages r...
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Spiritual Minded
Spiritual Minded is rapper KRS-One's fifth official album. It was released in January 2002 on Koch Records. KRS-One's Spiritual lyrical content came as a surprise to fans and critics, as he had previo...
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Dr. Dre Presents the Aftermath
Dr. Dre Presents: The Aftermath is a compilation album produced and released by American rapper and producer, Dr. Dre. The album was released on November 26, 1996, a week after the release of the lead...
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1, 2 Pass It
"1, 2 Pass It" is a collaboration song by the one-shot The D&D All-Stars, a group consisting of Doug E. Fresh, Fat Joe, Jeru the Damaja, KR...
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Clear 'Em Out
"Clear 'Em Out" was a track released by KRS-One featuring Tonedeff and produced by Domingo (producer).The track is noteworthy as it was both the last collaboration between KRS-One and Domingo before t...
Return of the Boom Bap
Return of the Boom Bap is KRS-One's first official solo album, released in 1993 on the Jive Records label. It peaked on the Billboard 200 charts at position 37 on October 16, 1993. In 1998, the album ...
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South Bronx (song)
"South Bronx" is a single by Hip hop group, Boogie Down Productions from their 1987 debut album, Criminal Minded. The song was produced by Ced Gee, DJ Scott La Rock and KRS-One. The song was a diss ...
A Retrospective (KRS-One album)
A Retrospective is a compilation album by rapper KRS-One. It features many songs that were originally released under the Boogie Down Productions title, and some songs released under the KRS-One title....
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Godsville
Godsville is a collaborative album between MC KRS-One and Show, from Showbiz and A.G.. The album was released digitally on February 15, 2011 via D.I.T.C. Records; although the physical release didn'...
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Adventures in Emceein
Adventures in Emceein is the sixteenth album by rapper KRS-One, following his collaboration with producer Marley Marl on Hip-Hop Lives. The album was one of two KRS-One albums released in January 2007...
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D.I.G.I.T.A.L.
D.I.G.I.T.A.L. is a compilation album by American MC KRS-One. It was released in November 2004 via Front Page Entertainment and is composed of a number of songs previously only released on white label...
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