First single from the upcoming album titled TRUE SCHOOL
Jimi’s diggin’ cats… KRS-One delivers some new music for the true heads, produced by DJ Jean Maron. This is the first single from Jean’s album of the same name, which will also feature new music from Kool G Rap, Mobb Deep, Masta Ace, Tony Touch, ONYX, Lords Of The Underground, Brand Nubian, Edo G, and [cont.]
New music from Kris? We can get with this. Second single taken from the producer album by Dr. G, The Coalition, dropping late May 2014. The album will also feature Inspectah deck, Canibus, Hell Razah, St Laz, Outlawz, Agallah, The Game, Styles P, Bizzy Bone, and many more.
DJ Kenny Parker dug up some tapes of old KRS-One sessions and shared them on the Frozen Files radio show on East Village Radio.
From the debut album, The Chase, available now, featuring an all-star cast including Sean Price, O.C., KRS-One, Kool G Rap, Masta Ace, Pharoahe Monch, Kool Keith and many more.
KRS-One Freestyles on the Dr. Greenthumb Show. What’s that dude in the yellow doing, tho?
From Substance Abuse’s Background Music, available now from Fat Beats distribution. The album also features Tash of Tha Alkaholiks, KRS-One, Percee P, MC Eiht, Sadat X, and Max Julien (The Mack).
Promo Only Flexi-Disc given out for free to customers who purchase ‘Double Packs’ of the 3rd in the Lord Finesse Signature Sevens Series. Check for the alternate intro and slightly different lyrics from KRS-One who re-recorded his vocals for this now legendary track.
KRS-One opens up about comments he made soon after 9/11 to The New Yorker magazine, when he was asked “Is there anything hip-hop can do to help fight the war on terror?” He reveals that while the magazine quoted him as saying “We cheered when 9/11 happened,” his words were taken out of context. KRS-One [cont.]
With several celeberity appearences throughout the jam-packed night, legendary rapper, KRS-One, stopped by STiKS Gaming’s Inaugural ARCADE Gaming Gala to not only deliver a magnificent performance, but to also raise awarness about the coniiuning need for Hurrican Sandy support. Further to the point, the highly respected hip hop artist shares that with the material loss [cont.]
While KRS-One’s PSA-like single, “Disaster Kit”, continues to take the internet by storm, the Teacha has decided to drop the equally edutaining video. Part lesson, part documentary, the video shows footage of some of the most destructive natural disasters in recent times while KRS-One stands in front of a green board, chalk in hand, literally [cont.]
With millions of people across the Eastern Seaboard affected by Hurricane Sandy’s destructive force, Hip Hop icon KRS-One responds with a powerfully informative song titled “Disaster Kit”. With this song, KRS-One gives listeners tips on how to survive natural and man-made disasters over an ominous piano loop and hard hitting kicks and snares produced by [cont.]
KRS-One stops by Amoeba Records in Hollywood to show what’s in his bag. Pretty much all standard classics.
Another one from Something From Nothing: The Art Of Rap.
Something To Nothing: Art Of Rap is a feature length performance documentary film about the runaway juggernaut that is Rap music. At the wheel of this unstoppable beast is the film’s director and interviewer Ice-T. Ice-T takes us on a deeply personal journey to uncover how this music of the street has grown to dominate [cont.]
From KRS-One and Kenny Parker’s The BDP Album, on sale at Itunes now.
Above, Kris gives an in-depth interview with The Archivest. Meanwhile, KRS has reunited with Kenny Parker for The BDP Album, which on sale now on Itunes.
Second single from Kris’ 20th studio LP, Just Like That, produced by Mad Lion. The Teacha speaks on it below: Peace. This is KRS-One! I’d like to personally thank everyone for their show of support toward the release of the “Just Like That” video. I’m not really a big Internet guy myself, but I had [cont.]
Kris will drop his TWENTIETH album, Just Like That, in 2012.
Better late than never animated video from Mega’s 2009 LP, Born and Raised.
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