8 thoughts on “ Somebody - KRS-One - Kristyles (CD, Album) ”

  1. Fortunately, the album quickly recovers from these lapses. After supplying the Blastmaster with one of last year s most popular underground battle records, KRS-ONE wisely returns to Da Beatminerz to supply him with some additional heat for Kristyles/5(24).
  2. Kristyles is the sixth studio album from American emcee porilectahimat.bolahoosupberozirebelisnombcep.co was released in June 24, by Koch porilectahimat.bolahoosupberozirebelisnombcep.co features production by Da Beatminerz, DJ Revolution and KRS-One's brother and long-time collaborator DJ Kenny porilectahimat.bolahoosupberozirebelisnombcep.co song "Ya Feel Dat" did not appear on some versions of the porilectahimat.bolahoosupberozirebelisnombcep.co: Hip-hop.
  3. Jan 19,  · referencing Kristyles, CD, Album, ' You got to be free to be underground! Rapveteraan KRS-One makes a distinction between Erwin and in Underground hip hop and let there be no misunderstanding to which group it himself/5(57).
  4. Sep 11,  · KRS-One: Kristyles ‎ (CD, Album) Edel Records: KOC: Germany: Sell This Version: Somebody 4) Peter the Dreamer 5) Suppose to be 6) Underground 7) Gunnin em down 8) Survive 9) (Interlude) On the streets w/ Gat 10) How bad do you want it 11) Alright with me 12) Jam Master Jay Tribute/5(15).
  5. Krs-One Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars 22 ratings. On Kristyles, rap's moral Off the top, let's clarify that Krisyles is not the album that KRS-ONE intended to release. Following Industry Rule # (record company people are shady) to a tee, the Koch records suits released a collection of that the Blastmaster has gone on record /5(24).
  6. Kristyles is rapper KRS-One's sixth album. It was released in April by Koch porilectahimat.bolahoosupberozirebelisnombcep.co features production by Da Beatminerz, DJ Revolution and KRS-One's brother and long-time collaborator DJ Kenny porilectahimat.bolahoosupberozirebelisnombcep.co song "Ya Feel Dat" did not appear on some versions of the album. [2].
  7. KRS-One began his recording career as one third of the hip hop group Boogie Down Productions, or BDP, alongside DJ Scott La Rock and Derrick "D-Nice" porilectahimat.bolahoosupberozirebelisnombcep.co being rejected by radio DJs Mr. Magic and Marley Marl, KRS-One went on to diss the two and those associated with them, sparking what was later known as The Bridge porilectahimat.bolahoosupberozirebelisnombcep.coonally, KRS-One had taken offense to "The Bridge", a song by.

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