DJ Premier – The Source Producer’s Profile
Wednesday August 30th 2006,
Filed under: Magazine Vaults,Steady Bootleggin',White Label Remixes
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Here’s an early Q&A with Preme that ran in The Source back in July 1991. Guess he never sent that D.U. remix, huh?

Mobb Deep - Cop Hell [white label]

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banging – thanks for sharing that

Comment by dj mad wax 08.30.06 @

Wonder why a Primo / BDK collaboration didn’t happen around that time? Guess Kane was too caught up in trying to be Hip-Hop’s Barry White. Or did it and I missed it?

Comment by bedouin 08.30.06 @

He did “Show & Prove” on the otherwise horrible Daddy’s Home album, but that wasn’t until around 1994.

Comment by Robbie 08.30.06 @

Kane had a verse on Platinum Plus, of course. Which was a Premo beat.

Comment by Tray 08.30.06 @

nice. thanks! wouldn’t mind hearing that demo or any other Gang Starr demos. :D

Comment by mordecai 08.31.06 @

Don’t forget “any type of way”, released 2-3 years back, which didn’t really live up to the expectations of a Kane/Preemo reunion

Comment by djpoom 09.01.06 @

Don’t forget “any type of way”, released 2-3 years back, which didn’t really live up to the expectations of a Kane/Preemo reunion

Back then hardly any track lived up to the (high)expectation of a Primo production. But the man’s been doing some good work lately. Not as exciting as what he did in the mid nineties though.

Comment by Lotuz 09.01.06 @



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