KRS-One – Tote Gunz
Thursday January 19th 2012,
Filed under: Bronx Bombers,Newest Latest,Not Your Average,Steady Bootleggin'
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When I saw that Kenny Parker had produced the latest KRS-One project, called The BDP Album, I figured I’d give it a shot. Turns out it’s actually pretty good! ‘Tote Gunz’ is a great example of Get Off My Lawn Rap, aka Gran Tarino Rap. It’s always a good sign when The Blastmasta sounds pissed off.


KRS-One - ‘Tote Gunz’

As an added bonus, Unkut Dot Com even gets a mention on the ‘Outro’ just after the two minute mark…


Kenny Parker - ‘What It Is (Outro)’

For those that slept: Kenny Parker – The Unkut Interview

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I bought this album last week on the strength of ‘Tote Gunz’ no lie. BLASTMASTER KRS!

Comment by bboycult 01.19.12 @

Tote Gunz is dope, props for getting a shoutout !

Comment by CrateDigga78 01.19.12 @

I was excited for this album since my favorite tracks on Sex and Violence were produced by Kenny. Overall its a decent album that grows on you but I still had to forward through a few songs…

Comment by JP 01.19.12 @

THIS ALBUM IS AIGHT..FOR IT TO BE THE BDP ALBUM I WAS EXPECTING AT LEAST D NICE TO CAMEO..THE MAD LION PRODUCED JUST LIKE THAT ALBUM & PREMO RETURN OF THE BOOM BIP IS WHAT I REALLY WANT THO..

Comment by TYBO2020 01.19.12 @

CD turntables on the cover kind of says it all.

Comment by Mac Hustle 01.20.12 @

This is NOTHING LIKE BDP … Not even close … Real KRS-One/BDP friends and fans tell it like it is …

Comment by AC 01.20.12 @

Maybe on his long boat trip to Australia he can brush up his photoshop skillz?

Comment by farns 01.24.12 @

this album is terrible.

Comment by tareq 01.25.12 @

this album sucks…

Comment by DARTH HATER 01.25.12 @

HE TALKS A LOT ABOUT THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN HIPHOP AND RAP!

If you missed the interview tonight with the legendary Frukwan of Stetsasonic and Gravediggaz, here is the tape right here … this interview documents HipHop from the 1970’s till now … by people who were there!

http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/20052646

Comment by AC 01.27.12 @

Wow a “Sex & Violence” mention! Probably my favorite BDP album. Solid beginning to end.

Comment by Dave 01.28.12 @

Been a BDP fan since 86′. Bought every BDP album more than once. This one here is not a BDP album. I won’t buy it cause it’s not worth buying. The beats sound like they were made by an inexperienced beat maker. A disappointed fan…

Comment by Ill 02.02.12 @



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