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percee p
20 November, 2013 2:47 am

The west coast fOnkateer, Dudley Perkins, is ready to release his first solo album in 4 years next week – Dr. Stokley. The legendary, eccentric cali-emcee is known for having the best beats in the game (e.g. Madlib & Kankick) and his second single is no different. Georgia Anne Muldrow opens the production with some [cont.]

27 July, 2013 5:35 am

The new Substance Abuse album “Background Music” featuring Tash, KRS-One, Sadat X, MC Eiht, Percee P, Myka Nyne, and Max Julien now available.

21 September, 2012 1:02 am

New shit has come to light. In this interview with Beat Bop Scholar, the rhyme inspector Percee P speaks on signing with Big Beat in 1992. He recalls Stretch Armstrong inviting him to a session that would result in the recording of MC Serch’s “Here It Comes”, which featured Akinyele, Nas, T-Ray, and Percee P [cont.]

19 May, 2012 5:44 am

The legendary lethal lyricist “Percee P” teamed up with “MADLIB” and created one of the greatest Hip Hop albums ever! Mixing together 2 songs and the albums intro, we created this OFFICIAL VIDEO honoring both great men. Shot out to “Records are forever” clothing and “The Artform Studio” and “Projekt Mayhem” recording studios, DJ J [cont.]

8 May, 2012 8:04 am

Percee P talks about being on Big Beat Records in 1992.. Mentions Now They Wanna See Me, Lung Collapsing Lyrics, Putting Heads to Bed release.. Yes You May.. Stretch & Bobbito.. T Ray… Lord Finesse.. Big L.. Pharaohe Monch.. DJ Eclipse.. Tells story about being with Akinyele and Nas and recording with MC Serch “Here [cont.]

11 August, 2010 5:55 pm

ESQ & Percee P Live at the Beat Swap Meet from tresrecords on Vimeo. The two lyrical Masterminds spit during the LA Beat Swap meet. Filmed by Roy Wanguhu, edited by Kwesi Johnson.

23 September, 2007 1:24 am

Listening to Percee P rhyme on virtually any track on Perseverance makes it easy to envision him standing outside of Fat Beats NYC, slanging self-produced CD’s to backpackers, just as he’s done over the past few years. You can hear the hunger in his voice and his seemingly endless cache of run on rhymes flow [cont.]

1 January, 2004 12:00 am

Now And Then is a near-complete condensing of The Rhyme Inspector Percee-P’s entire 12-year career into an hour-long listen. Percee P was like one of those college hoop stars who had it ALL: solid skills, a good stat line, and a solid team to back him up – but just like Sam Bowie and Harold [cont.]

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