From 1992 Album: "Return of the Product"...[Artist info below]..... -- Get the music here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00000E5G1/ref=as_li_tf_til?tag=vintagehyoutu-20&camp=0&creative=0&linkCode=as1&creativeASIN=B00000E5G1&adid=13F9NPR6259E0APZ1GWQ He is credited with creating the slang term "the Gas Face". He grew up in Far Rockaway, Queens, attending Far Rockaway High School., and graduated from Music & Art High School. After recording three albums with 3rd Bass?The Cactus Album (1989), Cactus Revisited (1990), and Derelicts of Dialect (1991)?Serch launched a solo career with Return of the Product (1992, Def Jam). The album featured two hit singles: "Here It Comes" (which hit #1 on Billboard's Hot Rap Tracks chart); and "Back to the Grill" featuring Chubb Rock, Red Hot Lover Tone and Nas. Serch was the executive producer of Nas? Illmatic, one of the most critically acclaimed albums of the 1990s. He also helped to cultivate the rapper O.C. after hearing him on the Organized Konfusion song "Fudge Pudge", helping him secure a record contract with Wild Pitch Records. In 1995 Serch also mentored the newly formed Non Phixion. Since retiring from performing, Serch has run a promotions company (Serchlite Music). He appeared in Spike Lee's Bamboozled (2000) as a member of the fictitious hip-hop group Mau Maus (played by other real-life hip-hop performers such as Mos Def, Charli Baltimore and Canibus). His character was a white revolutionary who was supposed to be 1/16th African-American. From 2003 he hosted Serch In The AM on Detroit Urban Radio Station FM 98 WJLB; he was the first Jewish DJ at that station. MC Serch was dismissed from WJLB in March 2006, reportedly due to a dispute over a Super Bowl weekend party at the club "Motor City Live." Serch also hosted the VH1 reality series Ego Trip's The (White) Rapper Show, known for his catch phrase: "Woop-WOOP!", which ended in March of 2007. A follow-up show, ego trip's Miss Rap Supreme, debuted in 2008. Serch has since returned to the radio airwaves in Detroit on the urban station Hot 102.7
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**SUBSCRIBE** ---NEW UPLOADS WEEKLY-- From 1994 Album: "Between a Rock and a Hard Place".. Artifacts is a hip hop group consisting of El Da Sensei, Tame One and DJ Kaos. They hail from Newark, New Jersey and made underground music that paid homage to the four elements of hip hop. The Artifacts' most popular single "Wrong Side of Da Tracks" paid special homage to graffiti art, as they were graffiti artists themselves. They released their first album, Between a Rock and a Hard Place on October 27, 1994. Well received by underground hip hop audiences, it featured b-boy and graffiti themes. The album's beats were produced by Buckwild (from the DITC crew) and T-Ray (from the Soul Assassins crew). The Artifacts' second album, That's Them was released on April 15, 1997. It featured similar material, but it did not receive as much recognition as their debut effort. The Artifacts split soon after the release of this second album. Tame One and El Da Sensei have both continued to release music as solo artists. In 2003, Tame One joined the Weathermen, an underground rap group including Cage Kennylz, Camu Tao, Aesop Rock, and El-P. Soon after joining the Weathermen, Tame One and Cage released the album Waterworld under the name Leak Bros. In 2009, Tame ONe collaborated with another member of the Definitive Jux label, releasing the album Parallel Uni-Verses with Del the Funky Homosapien. El Da Sensei has released a number of solo albums and collaborated with the Polish rap group The Returners in 2008, as well as East Coast-based group, The Immortals Project in 2009. In August 2009 at the Rock Steady Crew Anniversary Weekend in Newark, New Jersey, Artifacts briefly reunited during a performance by El Da Sensei. According to Tame One the duo have not reconciled their differences but when he heard the horn riff which introduces "Wrong Side of Da Tracks", he felt like performing it. The impromptu reunion has not led to any official reunion. On August 2, 2010 at The Rock Steady Crew 33rd Anniversary Celebration in Newark, New Jersey, both El Da Sensei and Tame One along with DJ KAOS performed officially as The Artifacts. They performed several songs from their respective catalogs as well as Artifacts material at this show. It is confirmed that they are indeed back together and in the process of collaborating on a new Artifacts album. Updated & Extended Info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artifacts_%28group%29
From 1995 Album: "Station Identification" Released on Capitol Records, the album was mostly produced by KRS, as well as Salaam Remi, famous for his work with Nas. Get Channel Live Music: http://www.amazon.com/Channel-Live/e/B000AQ1I3C/ref=ntt_mus_gen_pel & http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewArtist?id=82540047 The rap duo Channel Live debuted in 1994 with the platinum single "Mad Izm," which they followed with the gold-status album Station Identification in 1995. That year also saw the release of singles such as "Sex for Sport" and "Reprogram," which weren't quite as successful as their previous efforts. The group returned a few years later on the One Million Strong compilation, and 2000 saw the release of the single "Wild Out 2K" and the album Armaghetto.
From the 1993 Album: "Saga Of A Hoodlum "..... Get Tragedy Khadafi's Music: http://www.amazon.com/Tragedy-Khadafi/e/B000APTRA4/ref=ntt_mus_gen_pel & http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewArtist?id=1693090 Percy Chapman, (born August 18, 1971, in Queens, New York, USA) known by his stage name Tragedy Khadafi, and formerly known as Intelligent Hoodlum, is an American hip hop artist who hails from the Queensbridge housing projects in Queens, New York, which has spawned other hip hop artists such as Nas, Cormega, Mobb Deep, Capone-N-Noreaga, and many others. His name is a reference to Libyan head of state Muammar al-Gaddafi, also known as Omar Qaddafi. He began his career as half of the duo Super Kids, along with Hot Day, releasing the single "Go Queensbridge" in 1985. This got them noticed by Marley Marl, who produced the duo's next two singles, and Chapman was also made a junior member of the Juice Crew alongside artists such as Big Daddy Kane, Kool G Rap, and MC Shan. After a conviction for robbery followed by time in a correctional facility, Chapman converted to Islam and began working under the alias Intelligent Hoodlum. His self-titled debut, Intelligent Hoodlum, released in 1990 and produced by Marley Marl, was full of political commentary, Five-Percenter rhetoric, and controversial messages in tracks such as "Arrest the President" and "Black and Proud". He returned in 1993, releasing his second album, Tragedy: Saga of a Hoodlum, which would be his last album under that moniker. Chapman continued to record throughout the remainder of the 1990s, working with Capone, Noreaga and Mobb Deep, recording "LA, LA", a response to Tha Dogg Pound's "NY, NY", now working under the name Tragedy Khadafi. He also worked on Capone-N-Noreaga's debut album, The War Report, on which he actually appears more on the album than official group member Capone. When Capone returned to prison, Noreaga severed ties with Tragedy, Tragedy responding to this with the Iron Sheiks EP, on which he dissed Noreaga and accused him of stealing his style. Noreaga kept the animosity going with "Halfway Thugs Pt. II". Khadafi's third album, Against All Odds, was scheduled for release in 1999, but conflict with his label stalled the release, finally being released in 2001. "Against All Odds" was also the first appearance of emcee HeadRush Napoleon, who continued to work with Tragedy on future recordings. This was followed by Still Reportin'... in 2003. In 2005, he released Thug Matrix independently and his group album with the Black Market Militia. Khadafi's latest releases, Blood Ballads and Thug Matrix 2 were both released in 2006. He also created a documentary known as Tragedy: The Story of Queensbridge, about his life and his struggles, growing up, his joining the Juice Crew, the numerous times he was incarcerated, and the toll a hard life has on a poor African American child growing up without a father and with a mother addicted to heroin. Immersed in well-suited beats and melodies that accent the tone of the situations described, he was trying to articulate the lesson he learned through experience as a disadvantaged child. Political perceptions are also expressed as he implied that he is a skeptic about 9/11 and the veracity of the federal statements regarding the issue. Extended & updated info here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tragedy_Khadafi
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Tracklist and times are down below. 1. 0:00 Genesis (Prod Will Sessions) 2. 2:50 Detroit State Of Mind Houseshoes shout (Prod Will Sessions) 3. 7:49 Halftime (Prod Will Sessions) 4. 10:15 Memory Lane (Prod Will Sessions) 5. 14:17 The World Is Yours Represent Intro (Prod Will Sessions) 6. 20:48 Represent (Prod Will Sessions) 7. 24:11 Lifes A Bitch Feat. Royce da 5'9 and Stokley Williams of Mint Condition (Prod Will Sessions) 8. 30:20 One Love (Prod Will Sessions) 9. 37:54 It Aint t Hard To Tell (Prod Will Sessions) 10. 42:00 Pete Rock Shout 11. 43:20 Verbal Intercourse Part 2 12. 45:43 Detriot State Of Mind (Remix)