Schoolly D / Rob Lewis - King Of New York album FLAC
Schoolly D is the self-titled debut album by rapper Schoolly D. The album was originally released on Schoolly D records in 1985 and in 1990 on Jive Records, and was produced by Schoolly D and DJ Code Money. The album featured three singles, "Put Your Filas O. ". What Does It Mean?" and "Gucci Time. The album cover featured drawings of a b-boy set against a yellow background. The speech bubbles used proxies for swear words such as "sheet" and "flucking".
fat-ass crib Don't give a damn about the shit I just did Then I heard a knock-knock at my door Said "Oh shit!" - I hit the floor One of my homies on the ave was a big snitch I said "Oh shit!" - jumped through the window Bullets were flyin, people was cryin Fuck it, some nigga was dyin You either gas on or you get gased Now I die with a bullet in my ass (So damn) (tough) (So damn) (tough) King of New York.
Artist: Schoolly D. Album: How A Black Man Feels. Schoolly D: best 2 tracks. Code Money, DJ Code Money, Schoolly D - . What Does It Mean'? Best Of Schoolly D, 2002 06:27. Schoolly D - Born and Razed International Supersport, 2010 04:31.
The Album), as well as the title track from Am I Black Enough For You? which was played during the climactic shoot-out in Ferrara's King of New York; the title track of this movie from How a Black Man Feels and "Signifying Rapper" (from Schoolly's album Smoke Some Kill), which was used in the director's. Schoolly also wrote the score to Ferrara's 'R Xmas. The project series is produced by Benjamin Barnett, and Jay D Clark of Media Bureau. His last album, Funk 'N Pussy, on Jeff "Met" Thies' Chord Recordings features guest appearances by Public Enemy's Chuck D, Chuck Chillout, Lady B and a drum and bass remix of the classic Schoolly D track "Mr. Big Dick" (remixed by UK trip hop crew The Sneaker Pimps).
Straight Outta Philly, the originator of gangster rap himself, Schoolly D, who interestingly also worked on the Hunger Force Theme. His first four albums are all great examples of the hip-hop old school, though also suffers the same lyrical limitations of the time, his later albums don't help out either. But the reason I keep coming back is the beats. Yeah, Schoolly was okay on the mic, but put him behind the boards and you got yourself one of the best of the old school generation.
From 1990 Soundtrack: "King of New York". 0APYD94/ref sr ntt srch lnk 1? encoding UTF8&qid 1259464746&sr 1-1. Schoolly D is the moniker of Jesse B. Weaver, Jr. (June 22, 1962) from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He is one of hip-hop's pioneers. Schoolly also does the music and occasional narration for the cult animated series Aqua Teen Hunger Force, an American cartoon on the Cartoon Network channel in its Adult Swim strand, and most recently music for DJ Hero, created by Guitar Hero.
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|–Rob Lewis||There I Go|
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