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KRS-One

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For his second solo album, KRS-One worked with a variety of younger hip-hop talents, perhaps in an attempt to resuscitate his street credibility and his commercial standing. Featuring appearances by Das EFX, Mad Lion, Fat Joe, and Channel Live, KRS-One is loaded with fresh talent of the first rank and they help spark the Teacher into giving an inspired performance. The album also showcases a bit fuller production than Return of the Boom Bap, but that doesn't mean he has sold it out -- it just means he's continuing to experiment, which is one of the reasons KRS-One remained a vital artist nearly a decade after his first record.
© Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo

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1
Rappaz R. N. Dainja LP Version
00:05:56

KRS-One, Performer - C. Martin, Composer - C. Martin, Lyricist - L. Parker, Composer - L. Parker, Lyricist - DJ Premier, Producer

(P) 1995 Zomba Recording LLC

2
De Automatic
00:04:25

KRS-One, Performer - L. Parker, Composer - L. Parker, Lyricist

(P) 1995 Zomba Recording LLC

3
MC's Act Like They Don't Know LP Version
00:04:55

Norty Cotto, Engineer - KRS-One, Performer - Lawrence Parker, Composer - Lawrence Parker, Lyricist - Chris Martin, Composer - Chris Martin, Lyricist - DJ Premier, Producer - DJ Premier, Mixing Engineer

(P) 1995 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

4
Ah-Yeah
00:03:51

KRS-One, Performer - KRS-One, Producer - L. Parker, Composer - L. Parker, Lyricist

(P) 1995 Zomba Recording LLC

5
R.E.A.L.I.T.Y.
00:04:14

Norty Cotto, Producer - KRS-One, Performer - L. Parker, Composer - L. Parker, Lyricist

(P) 1995 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

6
Free Mumia
00:04:19

V. Morgan, Composer - V. Morgan, Lyricist - KRS-One, Performer - KRS-One, Producer - H. Green, Composer - H. Green, Lyricist - L. Parker, Composer - L. Parker, Lyricist

(P) 1995 Zomba Recording LLC

7
Hold
00:05:55

KRS-One, Performer - KRS-One, Producer - L. Parker, Composer - L. Parker, Lyricist

(P) 1995 Zomba Recording LLC

8
Wannabemceez
00:04:22

KRS-One, Performer - C. Martin, Composer - C. Martin, Lyricist - L. Parker, Composer - L. Parker, Lyricist - DJ Premier, Producer

(P) 1995 Zomba Recording LLC

9
Represent The Real Hip Hop
00:04:38

KRS-One, Performer - L. Parker, Composer - L. Parker, Lyricist - Andre "Krazy Drazyz" Weston, Composer - Andre "Krazy Drazyz" Weston, Lyricist - Willie "Skoob" Hines, Composer - Willie "Skoob" Hines, Lyricist

(P) 1995 Zomba Recording LLC

10
The Truth
00:03:47

KRS-One, Performer - KRS-One, Producer - L. Parker, Composer - L. Parker, Lyricist

(P) 1995 Zomba Recording LLC

11
Build Ya Skillz
00:04:42

KRS-One, Performer - Diamond D, Producer - J. Kirkland, Composer - J. Kirkland, Lyricist - L. Parker, Composer - L. Parker, Lyricist - Busta Rhymes, Vocal

(P) 1995 Zomba Recording LLC

12
Out For Fame
00:04:52

KRS-One, Performer - KRS-One, Producer - L. Parker, Composer - L. Parker, Lyricist

(P) 1995 Zomba Recording LLC

13
Squash All Beef
00:05:04

KRS-One, Performer - J. Kirkland, Composer - J. Kirkland, Lyricist - L. Parker, Composer - L. Parker, Lyricist

(P) 1995 Zomba Recording LLC

14
Health, Wealth, Self
00:04:58

KRS-One, Performer - KRS-One, Producer - L. Parker, Composer - L. Parker, Lyricist

(P) 1995 Zomba Recording LLC

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For his second solo album, KRS-One worked with a variety of younger hip-hop talents, perhaps in an attempt to resuscitate his street credibility and his commercial standing. Featuring appearances by Das EFX, Mad Lion, Fat Joe, and Channel Live, KRS-One is loaded with fresh talent of the first rank and they help spark the Teacher into giving an inspired performance. The album also showcases a bit fuller production than Return of the Boom Bap, but that doesn't mean he has sold it out -- it just means he's continuing to experiment, which is one of the reasons KRS-One remained a vital artist nearly a decade after his first record.
© Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo

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