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Fat Joe Says KRS-One Gave Him ‘Consciousness’
As a devout KRS-One supporter, Fat Joe's been inspired by the Boogie Down Productions affiliate's verses time and again. Namely the lyrics off of 'I'm Still #1,' a track that appeared on the KRS-One's sophomore 1988 album, 'By All Means Necessary...
Fat Joe Shares His Crazy Fan Encounters
Fat Joe hasn't exactly gotten use to his overzealous fans. The veteran rapper and former D.I.T.C. Crew member is still shocked when his supporters act out of character in his presence.
"I've been doing this for a long time," Joe tells The BoomBox...
DJ Premier Producing Albums for KRS-One, Chaka Khan
Super producer DJ Premier has a pretty busy schedule ahead of him. The instrumental driving force behind Gang Starr recently spoke on his upcoming projects before a Chicago performance, discussing plans to release full-length albums with MC Eiht and KRS-One as well as with legendary vocalist Chaka K…
KRS-One’s New Battle Rap EP is a ‘Lyrical Ass Beating’
Hip-hop legend, KRS-One, has reportedly wrapped up production on a new EP titled 'Back to the L.A.B. (Lyrical Ass Beating),' which will be released through KRSOneInc.com.
All songs on the new, six-track project will allegedly be directed toward rappers and emcees who have been disrespectful…
KRS-One to Host International Hip-Hop Festival in Connecticut
Legendary Bronx rapper KRS-One has been announced as the headline act of the 2010 Trinity International Hip-Hop Festival, being held at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut.
The fifth edition of the student-run festival takes place on April 9 and 10, and is a free event which is open to the publi…
Talib Kweli Won’t Drink Vodka at SXSW
People expecting to see Reflection Eternal perform tracks from their first album in a decade, 'Revolutions Per Minute' due April 20, only got one-half of the duo. Made up of producer/DJ Hi-Tek and Talib Kweli, only the latter showed up for their SXSW showcase at Austin's Aces Lounge l…

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