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15 August, 2014 3:21 am

DJ Eclipse tells us: “In 1998 both L-Fudge and Shabaam Sahdeeq released 12″ singles on Rawkus Records. Rawkus had been around for a minute, but it was with this era of releases that they really started making some noise (along with Company Flow, Mos Def, Talib Kweli, Sir Menelik, The High & Mighty and others). [cont.]

1 January, 2001 12:00 am

 As a member of the Rawkus seminal 12″ market-explosion (circa ’97-’98), Liquid Fudge (better known to fans as L, yet presented here as El Fudge) a quick witted fireball of an emcee turned more than a few heads with his debut 3-cut slab. With loveable wordplay reminiscent of Kwest The Madd Lad, Fudge proved to be [cont.]

1 January, 1999 12:00 am

Coming from the UK’s “Superappin’” compilation, on the Groove Attack label, L-Fudge follows up his hot Rawkus  12″, with “Dimmin’ The Life”, produced by Rich Boogie. L-Fudge’s frank and humorous, yet disturbing lyrics make interesting commentary. One of the many lines that grabbed me on this one was “There’s a thin line between drugs and jakes.” [cont.]

  Mixtape D.L.
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