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Return of the Boom Bap

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The reputation of Boogie Down Productions leader KRS-One began to slip in the early '90s as he spent more time educating than performing. He hit back at his critics with the slamming Return of the Boom Bap, his first official solo release. Leaving behind the detailed production of the last BDP album, Sex and Violence, Boom Bap returns the MC to the spare, gritty territory of Criminal Minded. KRS-One sounds reinvigorated, as well, spitting out his rhymes with fury and intelligence. Although the record isn't as didactic as Edutainment or Sex and Violence, KRS-One hasn't made his lyrics simplistic, nor has he abandoned his cutting, intelligent social commentary. The combination of hard, basic beats and exciting rhymes makes Return of the Boom Bap a genuine comeback for KRS-One, one of the founding figures of modern hip-hop.
© Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo

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1
KRS-One Attacks
00:02:51

DJ Premier, Mixing Engineer - DJ Premier, Producer - KRS-One, Performer - L. Parker, Composer - L. Parker, Lyricist

(P) 1993 Zomba Recording LLC

2
Outta Here (LP Version)
00:04:29

DJ Premier, Mixing Engineer - DJ Premier, Producer - Eddie Sancho, Engineer - KRS-One, Performer - Lawrence Parker, Composer - Lawrence Parker, Lyricist - Luc Allen, 2nd Engineer

(P) 1993 Zomba Recording LLC

3
Black Cop
00:02:59

Adam Kudzin, Mixing Engineer - KRS-One, Mixing Engineer - KRS-One, Performer - KRS-One, Producer - L. Parker, Composer - L. Parker, Lyricist

(P) 1993 Zomba Recording LLC

4
Mortal Thought
00:03:20

DJ Premier, Mixing Engineer - DJ Premier, Producer - KRS-One, Performer - L. Parker, Composer - L. Parker, Lyricist

(P) 1993 Zomba Recording LLC

5
I Can't Wake Up
00:03:34

DJ Premier, Mixing Engineer - DJ Premier, Producer - KRS-One, Mixing Engineer - KRS-One, Performer - KRS-One, Producer - Lawrence Parker, Composer - Lawrence Parker, Lyricist

(P) 1993 Zomba Recording LLC

6
Slap Them Up
00:03:59

Douglas Jones, Co-Producer - KRS-One, Mixing Engineer - KRS-One, Performer - L. Parker, Composer - L. Parker, Lyricist - Norty Cotto, Producer - W. Broady, Composer - W. Broady, Lyricist

(P) 1993 Zomba Recording LLC

7
Sound of da Police
00:04:19

KRS-One, Mixing Engineer - KRS-One, Performer - L. Parker, Composer - L. Parker, Lyricist - Showbiz, Producer

(P) 1993 Zomba Recording LLC

8
Mad Crew
00:04:25

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

(P) 1993 Zomba Recording LLC

9
Uh Oh
00:04:06

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

(P) 1993 Zomba Recording LLC

10
Brown Skin Woman
00:04:39

Adam Kudzin, Engineer - D. Love, Composer - D. Love, Lyricist - Eddie Sancho, Engineer - KRS-One, Performer - Kid Capri, Mixing Engineer - Kid Capri, Producer - L. Parker, Composer - L. Parker, Lyricist - Norty Cotto, Engineer

(P) 1993 Zomba Recording LLC

11
Return of the Boom Bap
00:03:47

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

(P) 1993 Zomba Recording LLC

12
"P" Is Still Free
00:04:58

DJ Premier, Mixing Engineer - DJ Premier, Producer - KRS-One, Performer - L. Parker, Composer - L. Parker, Lyricist

(P) 1993 Zomba Recording LLC

13
Stop Frontin'
00:03:20

Adam Kudzin, Engineer - D. Love, Composer - D. Love, Lyricist - Eddie Sancho, Engineer - KRS-One, Performer - Kid Capri, Mixing Engineer - Kid Capri, Producer - L. Parker, Composer - L. Parker, Lyricist - Norty Cotto, Engineer

(P) 1993 Zomba Recording LLC

14
Higher Level
00:05:14

DJ Premier, Mixing Engineer - DJ Premier, Producer - KRS-One, Performer - L. Parker, Composer - L. Parker, Lyricist

(P) 1993 Zomba Recording LLC

Album Description

The reputation of Boogie Down Productions leader KRS-One began to slip in the early '90s as he spent more time educating than performing. He hit back at his critics with the slamming Return of the Boom Bap, his first official solo release. Leaving behind the detailed production of the last BDP album, Sex and Violence, Boom Bap returns the MC to the spare, gritty territory of Criminal Minded. KRS-One sounds reinvigorated, as well, spitting out his rhymes with fury and intelligence. Although the record isn't as didactic as Edutainment or Sex and Violence, KRS-One hasn't made his lyrics simplistic, nor has he abandoned his cutting, intelligent social commentary. The combination of hard, basic beats and exciting rhymes makes Return of the Boom Bap a genuine comeback for KRS-One, one of the founding figures of modern hip-hop.
© Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo

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