Thursday, February 01, 2007
It seems that Nas is trying to resurrect Hip Hop as well.
Peace out to Nah Right who I got this from, I just had to post this since I feel like I'm Hip Hop's version of Uncle Rico(Napoleon Dynamite), stuck in a virtual time warp as if the clock stopped on 1989 and shit. Nas has 3 remixes of his song "Where are they now" in which he gives MC's of yesteryear a time to shine on the track. Enjoy, because you know I did.(P.S I'm sure that most of the inbred Hip Hop "journalists"(scribes who were possibly birthed from the asses of Sasquatches) who gave "Hip Hop is Dead" a bad review like it once sodomized their mother's without permission, probably won't recognize half of the people who are on these remixes)
Nas - Where Are They Now (80’s Remix)
Ft. MC Shan, Raheem (Furious Five), Doctor Ice (UTFO), Kangol (UTFO), Kool Moe Dee, Sha Rock (Funky Four +1), Tito (Fearless Four), Grandmaster Caz (Cold Crush Brothers), Lique (Isis of X Clan), Dana Dane, Pebblee Poo & Just Ice
Where Are They Now (90’s Remix)
Nas ft. Redhead Kingpin, Rob Base, The Original Spinderella, Father MC, Monie Love, Mike G of the Jungle Brothers), EST of 3XDope), Positive K, Das EFX, Lords of the Underground(Do-it-all), Chip Fu of fu schnickens, Dres of Black Sheep).
Nas - Where Are They Now (West Coast Remix)
Ft. Breeze, Kam, King Tee, Candyman, Threat, Ice-T, Sir Mix-A-Lot and the Conscious Daughters (with scratches from DJ Bobcat).