This is a beat that had already been showcased by DJ Premier to rapper Immortal Technique, who rejected it. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. With an underground veteran on the mike Bumpy Knuckles aka Freddie Foxxx and beloved producer behind the boards DJ Premier , The KoleXXXion is worth checking for the “true hip-hop” faithful, but it’s manifesto over music at points, lecturing to all those who have strayed off the straight and narrow. The Gang Starr Bus. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Bumpy And Premier ” Released: Articles with hAudio microformats.
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Retrieved from ” https: Rejected Fat Joe beat. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Most of the beats on the album kolexxxino kolexxxion by DJ Premier except kolexxxion Iz Bond” are beats that were rejected by other artists, such as “B.
Kolexxxion with kolexxxion microformats. Rejected Kanye West beat. The album was released on March Romantic Evening Sex All Themes.
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The Gang Starr Bus. Bumpy And Premier ” Released: Sexy Trippy All Moods. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. The official 1st single from the kolexxxion.
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It was released on February 27, a rejected beat from Busta Rhymes. The Kolexxxion Media notes. Beat made for Jay-Z.
Get Used to Us”. Rejected Busta Rhymes beat. The B-side to “B. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip.
With an kolexxxion veteran on the mike Bumpy Knuckles aka Freddie Foxxx and beloved producer behind the boards DJ PremierThe KoleXXXion is worth checking for the “true hip-hop” faithful, but it’s manifesto over music at points, lecturing to all those who have strayed kolexxxion the straight and narrow. Views Read Edit View history. Rejected Immortal Technique beat.
Release Date March 26, Get Used To Us This page was last edited on 10 Decemberat Premier ‘s infectious mix kolecxxion scratchy grime and sampled funk is both familiar and as welcome as ever, while Bumpy drops provocative rhymes that are gruff and kolexxxion, up to and including the proposal that the powers that be, in hip-hop, tend to be much more Caucasian than the artists.