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
Georgetown Professor Michael Eric Dyson and iconic rapper Nas analyzed the current state of hip-hop during a conversation in Gaston Hall.
Sourface Presents: Nas vs. 9th Wonder http://www.mediafire.com/?8kww27h0b62ui4f
Keep us going on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/DawnSomewhere Twilight is the princess of friendship, and that means she has all kinds of responsibilities ranging from friendship, to starring in a cartoon, but only in a meta sense because she doesn't star in a cartoon within her universe. She IS a cartoon. And a horse. And even though she's such a busy cartoon, her wonderful friend Rarity comes to ask Twilight for valuable friendship help with a loan.
This my remix of It Ain't Hard To Tell and Art of Facts
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)
From Das Efx's heavily over looked 1993 sophomore underground release "Straight Up Sewaside." In 1992 Das Efx rose to popularity with the single "They Want Efx." With the help from producers Chris Charity & Derek Lynch. Das Efx maintained their traditional underground sewer sound for a greater part of their careers on the major labels. The sample which says "people" is from Graham Central Station's "People."
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Remix para Nas Ft AZ producido por Sonotone