Das EFX - Mic Checka (Remix)

Das EFX - Mic Checka (Remix)

Das EFX - Mic Checka (Remix) - Das EFX is an American hip hop duo. It consists of emcees Skoob (also known as Books, born William "Willie" Hines, November 27, 1970) and Dray (also known as Krazy Drayzy, born Andre Weston, September 9, 1970). They rose to popularity in the early 1990s due to their affiliation with EPMD's Hit Squad and the duo's stream of consciousness lyrical delivery, which became one of the most influential lyrical styles in hip hop music during the early 1990s. Their style combined nonsensical lines with a fast-paced flow (that included words that end with "-iggedy") and numerous pop culture references. Visit us at Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/dasefxbookings?ref=ts&fref=ts

Method Man & Redman - Cheka

Method Man & Redman - Cheka

Album: Blackout! Year: 1999 Track: 15 Track Produced By: Gov Mattic Track Co-Produced By: Reggie Noble Samples: Sample and Interpolation of "Microphone Checka" by Das EFX & contains a sample from ''The Payback'' performed by James Brown. Lyrics: [Redman] Bricki-di-roaw! Steppin' out the crowd throwin' bolo's Flicki-di-flame, owh! when chrome .44's Loadin' it up, packin' it back, ready to splash for real Spit flows out the gail, God tried to bail It's hectic, 45-6 gimme ya grips That's more dollars in them tongues in them go-go chicks Bitch I'm drunk, pumpin' slugs out of canon Shot ya after-party down with Meth and Red in Check it, Bricks and Shaolin, NO JOKE! And when I hit the pussy call me Daddy Long Strope Or Ana, I'm hittin' pigeons out in Atlanta Banana--Split, HOT TWO..SPIT! OOH SHIT! Spickin' ya rippin' ya four or ya funds I wet ya like a 141 watergunz Cocky like Rocky, got ya scared to death! So hold on ya bitches, cuz here come RED-METH! [Chorus:] Microphone-check, mirco-microphone checka! Microphone-check, mirco-microphone checka! Microphone-check, mirco-microphone checka! Fuck with me and Meth and we break ya fuckin' neck-a Rememba these?! Microphone-check, mirco-microphone checka! Rememba these?! Microphone-check, mirco-microphone checka! Rememba these?! Microphone-check, mirco-microphone checka! Rememba these?! Microphone-check, mirco-microphone checka! [Meth] Okay the 'hey hey' baby, me and Doc about to blow My Saturday night's so special and they pointin' at yo nose Aiyyo, save the speculations and the rumours Comin' sooner then you think I knock a phat bitch outta blumors Givin' tumors, hardcore, givin' it to 'em raw Landshark, Southpaw, so kids say I jap-a-jaw One-two, no ending or beginning to my cypher I'm winning, tell the news like Peter ? Depending on any givin' day I'm representin' The struggle, my great grand who lived thru the linchin' Oh yes ya'll, if you got the weed, who got the blunts? Take a guess ya'll, Kool-Aid bustin' thru the wall Mr.Meth ya'll, HAH-CHU! Comment allez-vous I used to hawk chickens, now I'm maxin' with Badu I represent Wu, my uzi weighs a ton I'm swingin' a track from Staten, cuz that is where I'm from [Chorus til the end]

Das EFX - They Want EFX

Das EFX - They Want EFX

From 1992 Album: "Dead Serious"..... Das EFX's Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/dasefxclassic Get Das EFX's Music: http://www.amazon.com/Das-EFX/e/B000AP7X8W/ref=ntt_mus_gen_pel & http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewArtist?id=30644018 Das EFX is an American hip-hop group. It consists of emcees Skoob (also known as Books, born William "Willie" Hines on January 2, 1971) and Dre (also known as Krazy Drayzy, born Andre Weston on June 1, 1972). They rose to popularity in the early 1990s due to their affiliation with EPMD's Hit Squad and the group's stream of consciousness lyrical delivery, which became one of the most influential lyrical styles in hip hop music during the early 1990s.[1] Their style combined nonsensical lines with a fast-paced ragga-influenced flow (that included words that end with "iggedy") and numerous pop culture references. Group member Skoob hails from Brooklyn, New York City while Krazy Drayzy hails from Teaneck, New Jersey but the two met at Virginia State University in 1988 and began performing together. They named themselves "Das" standing for "Drayz and Skoob" and "EFX" meaning "effects". Das EFX caught the attention of EPMD at a local talent show where, despite losing the competition, they did well enough to convince EPMD to sign them to a recording contract. The duo gained critical and commercial fame with the release of their landmark debut album, Dead Serious, which highlighted their unusual rapping style which they nicknamed "sewage". Dead Serious went platinum and its lead single, "They Want EFX,"(which contains samples from James Brown's "Blind Man Can See It" and Malcolm McLaren's "Buffalo Gals") reached the top ten on Billboard magazine's R&B chart, the top 40 on its Hot 100 Singles chart and #1 on its Hot Rap Tracks chart. Follow-up singles "Mic Checka" and "Straight Out the Sewer" did not chart on the Hot 100 but reached #1 and #3 on the Hot Rap Tracks chart, respectively. The duo also made a guest appearance on Ice Cube's smash hit single "Check Yo Self". The song reached #20 on the Hot 100 and #1 on the Rap Tracks chart. Their refrain of "Chiggedy-check yo self before you wriggedy-wreck yo self" became a catchphrase in 1993. The song has since appeared in the videogame Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, playing on the radio station Radio Los Santos. From the time of their debut in 1992 to 1993, several elements of their style were adopted by other hip-hop artists, including the Lords of the Underground, The Fu-Schnickens, Kris Kross, Common and even, to a lesser extent, Public Enemy. The iggedy style was also referenced in the 1996 BLACKstreet song "No Diggity" with "diggity" meaning "doubt". This also became popular catchphrase at the time. As their career progressed, however, Das EFX's once-distinctive and unique lyrical delivery became more commonplace as other artists, including a young Jay-Z, imitated it. Derailed by the popularity of their own style, the duo slowed down their fast-paced flow, eliminated the iggedy prefix and downplayed their cartoonish content on their second album, Straight Up Sewaside. However, around the time of their third album Hold It Down (which was far less commercially successful than their debut release), Das EFX found themselves caught in the middle of EPMD's ugly breakup; it led to a three-year absence from recording. They returned in 1998 with the album Generation EFX and followed up in 2003 with the album "How We Do". Extended & updated info here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Das_Efx

Das EFX - Dead Serious - 25th Anniversary Mixtape

Das EFX - Dead Serious - 25th Anniversary Mixtape

Das EFX - Dead Serious - 25th Anniversary Mixtape Mixed by Chris Read © Wax Poetics (2017) WhoSampled.com Tracklist: 1. Das EFX – Straight Out The Sewer (Remix #1 Instrumental) 2. Chris Read – Theme #3 (Scratchapella)3. Stanley Turrentine – The Man With The Sad Face (sampled in ‘If Only’) 4. Doug E Fresh & Slick Rick – La Di Da Di (sampled in ‘If Only’) [Extract] 5. Das EFX – If Only 6. James Brown – Think ’73 (sampled in ‘Mic Checka’) 7. Lyn Collins – Think (About It) (sampled in ‘Mic Checka’) [Extract] 8. Skull Snaps – It’s A New Day (sampled in ‘Mic Checka’) [Loop] 9. Das EFX – Mic Checka 10. James Brown – The Payback (sampled in ‘Mic Checka’) [Extract] 11. Audio Two – Top Billin (sampled in ‘Mic Checka’) [Extract] 12. Otis Redding – The Happy Song (Dum Dum) (sampled in ‘Dum Dums’) 13. Lee Dorsey – Get Out My Life Woman (sampled in ‘Dum Dums’) [Loop] 14. Run DMC – Here We Go (Live at the Funhouse) (sampled in ‘Dum Dums’) [Extract] 15. Das EFX – Dum Dums 16. Wilson Pickett – Get Me Back On Time, Engine #9 (sampled in ‘Dum Dums’) [Extract] 17. Skull Snaps – Its A New Day (sampled in Straight Out The Sewer) [Loop] 18. Parliament – Funkin For Fun (sampled in Straight Out The Sewer) [Loop] 19. Das EFX – Straight Out The Sewer 20. Biz Markie – Vapors (sampled in Straight Out The Sewer) [Extract] 21. Skull Snaps – It’s A New Day (sampled in East Coast) [Loop] 22. BDP – Original Lyrics (sampled in East Coast) [Extract] 23. Eric B & Rakim – Eric B Is President (sampled in East Coast) [Extract] 24. EPMD – So Watcha Sayin (sampled in East Coast) [Extract] 25. Das EFX – East Coast 26. Joe Tex – Papa Was Too (sampled in Brooklyn to T-Neck) [Loop] 27. ESG – UFO (sampled in Brooklyn to T-Neck) [Loop] 28. Chubb Rock – What’s The Word (sampled in Brooklyn to T-Neck) [Extract] 29. EPMD – Hardcore (sampled in Brooklyn to T-Neck) [Extract] 30. Das EFX – Brooklyn to T-Neck 31. James Brown – Blind Man Can See It (sampled in They Want EFX) 32. BDP – Breath Control II (sampled in They Want EFX) [Extract] 33. EPMD – Underground (sampled in They Want EFX) [Extract] 34. Das EFX – They Want EFX 35. The Emotions – Blind Alley (sampled in Klap Ya Handz) 36. The Meters – Hand Clapping Song (sampled in Klap Ya Handz) [Extract] 37. Das EFX – Klap Ya Handz 38. Audio 2 – Top Billin (sampled in Klap Ya Handz) [Extract] 39. Booker T & The MGs – Hip Hug Her (sampled in Looseys) 40. Special Ed – Howdown (sampled in Looseys) [Extract] 41. Das EFX – Looseys 42. James Brown – Funky President (sampled in Looseys) [Extract] 43. The Emotions – Blind Alley (sampled in Jussummen) [Loop] 44. Das EFX – Jussummen 45. Doug E Fresh & Slick Rick – La Di Da Di (sampled in Jussummen) [Extract] 46. Das EFX – Hard Like A Criminal

Das EFX - Mic Checka (Remix) (Dirty) (1992) (HD Audio)

Das EFX - Mic Checka (Remix) (Dirty) (1992) (HD Audio)

Old School Hip-Hop From The Early 90's Best Remix From This Song Ever Enjoy!!!! All Rights are reserved by © 1992 East West Records Hello owner of the song, if you have a problem and want to have the song removed from the public, then please tell me this and do not give me any grief and no worries. Send me a private message. Thanks for attention.

DJ Self interview with DAS EFX

DJ Self interview with DAS EFX

Check out this recent interview with the #Gwinin Gawd, DJ Self, and the living lyrical legends, DAS EFX.

Das EFX - Straight Out The Sewer

Das EFX - Straight Out The Sewer

From 1992 Album: "Dead Serious"..... Das EFX's Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/dasefxclassic Get Das EFX's Music: http://www.amazon.com/Das-EFX/e/B000AP7X8W/ref=ntt_mus_gen_pel & http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewArtist?id=30644018 Das EFX is an American hip-hop group. It consists of emcees Skoob (also known as Books, born William "Willie" Hines on January 2, 1971) and Dre (also known as Krazy Drayzy, born Andre Weston on June 1, 1972). They rose to popularity in the early 1990s due to their affiliation with EPMD's Hit Squad and the group's stream of consciousness lyrical delivery, which became one of the most influential lyrical styles in hip hop music during the early 1990s.[1] Their style combined nonsensical lines with a fast-paced ragga-influenced flow (that included words that end with "iggedy") and numerous pop culture references. Group member Skoob hails from Brooklyn, New York City while Krazy Drayzy hails from Teaneck, New Jersey but the two met at Virginia State University in 1988 and began performing together. They named themselves "Das" standing for "Drayz and Skoob" and "EFX" meaning "effects". Das EFX caught the attention of EPMD at a local talent show where, despite losing the competition, they did well enough to convince EPMD to sign them to a recording contract. The duo gained critical and commercial fame with the release of their landmark debut album, Dead Serious, which highlighted their unusual rapping style which they nicknamed "sewage". Dead Serious went platinum and its lead single, "They Want EFX,"(which contains samples from James Brown's "Blind Man Can See It" and Malcolm McLaren's "Buffalo Gals") reached the top ten on Billboard magazine's R&B chart, the top 40 on its Hot 100 Singles chart and #1 on its Hot Rap Tracks chart. Follow-up singles "Mic Checka" and "Straight Out the Sewer" did not chart on the Hot 100 but reached #1 and #3 on the Hot Rap Tracks chart, respectively. The duo also made a guest appearance on Ice Cube's smash hit single "Check Yo Self". The song reached #20 on the Hot 100 and #1 on the Rap Tracks chart. Their refrain of "Chiggedy-check yo self before you wriggedy-wreck yo self" became a catchphrase in 1993. The song has since appeared in the videogame Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, playing on the radio station Radio Los Santos. From the time of their debut in 1992 to 1993, several elements of their style were adopted by other hip-hop artists, including the Lords of the Underground, The Fu-Schnickens, Kris Kross, Common and even, to a lesser extent, Public Enemy. The iggedy style was also referenced in the 1996 BLACKstreet song "No Diggity" with "diggity" meaning "doubt". This also became popular catchphrase at the time. As their career progressed, however, Das EFX's once-distinctive and unique lyrical delivery became more commonplace as other artists, including a young Jay-Z, imitated it. Derailed by the popularity of their own style, the duo slowed down their fast-paced flow, eliminated the iggedy prefix and downplayed their cartoonish content on their second album, Straight Up Sewaside. However, around the time of their third album Hold It Down (which was far less commercially successful than their debut release), Das EFX found themselves caught in the middle of EPMD's ugly breakup; it led to a three-year absence from recording. They returned in 1998 with the album Generation EFX and followed up in 2003 with the album "How We Do". Extended & updated info here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Das_Efx

NEW EDITION- I'M COMING HOME VS DAS EFX - MIC CHECKA (FUNKYCHILD BLEND RMX)

NEW EDITION- I'M COMING HOME VS DAS EFX - MIC CHECKA (FUNKYCHILD BLEND RMX)

CLASSIC GROOVE!

Das EFX - Baknaffek

Das EFX - Baknaffek

From 1993 Album: "Straight Up Sewaside"..... Das EFX's Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/dasefxclassic Get Das EFX's Music: http://www.amazon.com/Das-EFX/e/B000AP7X8W/ref=ntt_mus_gen_pel & http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewArtist?id=30644018 Das EFX is an American hip-hop group. It consists of emcees Skoob (also known as Books, born William "Willie" Hines on January 2, 1971) and Dre (also known as Krazy Drayzy, born Andre Weston on June 1, 1972). They rose to popularity in the early 1990s due to their affiliation with EPMD's Hit Squad and the group's stream of consciousness lyrical delivery, which became one of the most influential lyrical styles in hip hop music during the early 1990s.[1] Their style combined nonsensical lines with a fast-paced ragga-influenced flow (that included words that end with "iggedy") and numerous pop culture references. Group member Skoob hails from Brooklyn, New York City while Krazy Drayzy hails from Teaneck, New Jersey but the two met at Virginia State University in 1988 and began performing together. They named themselves "Das" standing for "Drayz and Skoob" and "EFX" meaning "effects". Das EFX caught the attention of EPMD at a local talent show where, despite losing the competition, they did well enough to convince EPMD to sign them to a recording contract. The duo gained critical and commercial fame with the release of their landmark debut album, Dead Serious, which highlighted their unusual rapping style which they nicknamed "sewage". Dead Serious went platinum and its lead single, "They Want EFX,"(which contains samples from James Brown's "Blind Man Can See It" and Malcolm McLaren's "Buffalo Gals") reached the top ten on Billboard magazine's R&B chart, the top 40 on its Hot 100 Singles chart and #1 on its Hot Rap Tracks chart. Follow-up singles "Mic Checka" and "Straight Out the Sewer" did not chart on the Hot 100 but reached #1 and #3 on the Hot Rap Tracks chart, respectively. The duo also made a guest appearance on Ice Cube's smash hit single "Check Yo Self". The song reached #20 on the Hot 100 and #1 on the Rap Tracks chart. Their refrain of "Chiggedy-check yo self before you wriggedy-wreck yo self" became a catchphrase in 1993. The song has since appeared in the videogame Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, playing on the radio station Radio Los Santos. From the time of their debut in 1992 to 1993, several elements of their style were adopted by other hip-hop artists, including the Lords of the Underground, The Fu-Schnickens, Kris Kross, Common and even, to a lesser extent, Public Enemy. The iggedy style was also referenced in the 1996 BLACKstreet song "No Diggity" with "diggity" meaning "doubt". This also became popular catchphrase at the time. As their career progressed, however, Das EFX's once-distinctive and unique lyrical delivery became more commonplace as other artists, including a young Jay-Z, imitated it. Derailed by the popularity of their own style, the duo slowed down their fast-paced flow, eliminated the iggedy prefix and downplayed their cartoonish content on their second album, Straight Up Sewaside. However, around the time of their third album Hold It Down (which was far less commercially successful than their debut release), Das EFX found themselves caught in the middle of EPMD's ugly breakup; it led to a three-year absence from recording. They returned in 1998 with the album Generation EFX and followed up in 2003 with the album "How We Do". Extended & updated info here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Das_Efx

Das EFX - Real Hip Hop

Das EFX - Real Hip Hop

From 1995 Album: "Hold It Down"...[Artist info below]..... Get Das EFX's Music: http://www.amazon.com/Das-EFX/e/B000AP7X8W/ref=ntt_mus_gen_pel & http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewArtist?id=30644018 Das EFX is an American hip-hop group. It consists of emcees Skoob (also known as Books, born William "Willie" Hines on January 2, 1971) and Dre (also known as Krazy Drayzy, born Andre Weston on June 1, 1972). They rose to popularity in the early 1990s due to their affiliation with EPMD's Hit Squad and the group's stream of consciousness lyrical delivery, which became one of the most influential lyrical styles in hip hop music during the early 1990s.[1] Their style combined nonsensical lines with a fast-paced ragga-influenced flow (that included words that end with "iggedy") and numerous pop culture references. Group member Skoob hails from Brooklyn, New York City while Krazy Drayzy hails from Teaneck, New Jersey but the two met at Virginia State University in 1988 and began performing together. They named themselves "Das" standing for "Drayz and Skoob" and "EFX" meaning "effects". Das EFX caught the attention of EPMD at a local talent show where, despite losing the competition, they did well enough to convince EPMD to sign them to a recording contract. The duo gained critical and commercial fame with the release of their landmark debut album, Dead Serious, which highlighted their unusual rapping style which they nicknamed "sewage". Dead Serious went platinum and its lead single, "They Want EFX,"(which contains samples from James Brown's "Blind Man Can See It" and Malcolm McLaren's "Buffalo Gals") reached the top ten on Billboard magazine's R&B chart, the top 40 on its Hot 100 Singles chart and #1 on its Hot Rap Tracks chart. Follow-up singles "Mic Checka" and "Straight Out the Sewer" did not chart on the Hot 100 but reached #1 and #3 on the Hot Rap Tracks chart, respectively. The duo also made a guest appearance on Ice Cube's smash hit single "Check Yo Self". The song reached #20 on the Hot 100 and #1 on the Rap Tracks chart. Their refrain of "Chiggedy-check yo self before you wriggedy-wreck yo self" became a catchphrase in 1993. The song has since appeared in the videogame Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, playing on the radio station Radio Los Santos. From the time of their debut in 1992 to 1993, several elements of their style were adopted by other hip-hop artists, including the Lords of the Underground, The Fu-Schnickens, Kris Kross, Common and even, to a lesser extent, Public Enemy. The iggedy style was also referenced in the 1996 BLACKstreet song "No Diggity" with "diggity" meaning "doubt". This also became popular catchphrase at the time. As their career progressed, however, Das EFX's once-distinctive and unique lyrical delivery became more commonplace as other artists, including a young Jay-Z, imitated it. Derailed by the popularity of their own style, the duo slowed down their fast-paced flow, eliminated the iggedy prefix and downplayed their cartoonish content on their second album, Straight Up Sewaside. However, around the time of their third album Hold It Down (which was far less commercially successful than their debut release), Das EFX found themselves caught in the middle of EPMD's ugly breakup; it led to a three-year absence from recording. They returned in 1998 with the album Generation EFX and followed up in 2003 with the album "How We Do". Extended & updated info here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Das_Efx

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