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fatboybrandon
02-05-2011, 10:53 PM
BczYM8jJkGA (http://ht.ly/3R49Q)

A collaboration decades in the making by two Bronx legends, since the classic sounds of KRS (http://cratesofjr.blogspot.com/2011/02/krs-one-and-showbiz-godsville-album.html) and Show (http://cratesofjr.blogspot.com/2011/02/krs-one-and-showbiz-godsville-album.html) on 1993's "Sound Of The Police".

"Godsville (http://cratesofjr.blogspot.com/2011/02/krs-one-and-showbiz-godsville-album.html)" will be released on February 15, 2011.


Listen To The Snippets Here (http://ht.ly/3R49Q)



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food for thought
02-05-2011, 10:57 PM
damn jsut 11 tracks?

listening now...

peace for psoting

food for thought
02-05-2011, 11:05 PM
wow, this sounds marvelous.

im loving most of the tracks already.


worried its too short though. 11 tracks with one remix - so 10 tracks basically

4 tracks last more than 3 minutes and the longest is 3:47

GhostfaceThaPharoahe
02-06-2011, 01:00 AM
How many times is KRS going to say the same shit, we got the point ten years ago.

JASPER BEARDLY
02-06-2011, 01:04 AM
y would anyone diss krs one, dude shows respect to even the likes of lil wayne

LORD NOSE
02-06-2011, 02:55 AM
KRS gets better and better

claaa7
02-06-2011, 03:46 AM
thanks for posting but i'ma wait to listen until i can hear the whole thing. this is an instant buy though.. i liked the singles i've heard so far though i haven't really been blown away by them. it's seems more and more artists today releases short ass albums, underachiving, ok it's quality over quantity but if we're gonna pay full price for a CD we should at least get 40 minutes of music. this looks like it will clock in at around 30 minutes, and KRS did this the last time with "Meta Historical" too. Show could easily fill out the time with some dope instrumental interludes between tracks.

either way i'm happy to see this collaboration coming to fruition. first KRS-One/Marley Marl, then KRS-One/True Master, now KRS-One/Showbiz and next KRS-One/DJ Premier., i would love to see him in one of the DJ Muggs vs. series too.

Origin™
02-06-2011, 06:00 AM
Day one purchase for me. KRS always brings heat

Origin™
02-06-2011, 06:26 AM
would love to see him in one of the DJ Muggs vs. series too.


that would be insane!

Mr. R&B
02-07-2011, 02:12 AM
As much as I respect your opinion Claaa7 (and I do).

Kris isn't one of those MCs that needs the guidence of an album entirely produced by DJ Muggs.

He's done well enough for himself with the producers he's utilized since 2006.

If anyone needs the help it would be INS, Masta Killa or U-God.

We all know why...Shit, I'm posting on a Wu-Tang forum.

I don't need to explain it.

Durag
02-07-2011, 02:37 AM
It seems like theres a movement away from the albums of the late 90's / 200's that had 25 tracks with 7 skits on them, which is good, but they've taken it a bit far with some albums. I like to purchase the physical copies, but having only 10 tracks at an average of just over 3 minutes isnt very long, especially in these times.

Still though, this will be an immediate purchase, anything with Showbiz doing all the production always is, dude is one of the greatest. And thats not even mentioning KRS.

claaa7
02-07-2011, 02:37 AM
all i'm saying is that Kris has kinda made it his thing to focus on entire albums with these legendary producers. Show, DJ Premier, Marley, and Tru Master. no, he doesn't need it - but it sure would be dope as hell, the 4 tracks they did together all bang HARD

claaa7
02-07-2011, 02:39 AM
It seems like theres a movement away from the albums of the late 90's / 200's that had 25 tracks with 7 skits on them, which is good, but they've taken it a bit far with some albums. I like to purchase the physical copies, but having only 10 tracks at an average of just over 3 minutes isnt very long, especially in these times.

Still though, this will be an immediate purchase, anything with Showbiz doing all the production always is, dude is one of the greatest. And thats not even mentioning KRS.

word, i'm not too fond of those 80 minutes albums with lots of filler that was popular for a while (besides a few like "Moment Of Truth", "Mecca & The Soul Brother", "Wu-Tang Forever", etc.) and i don't have any problem with an album having 10 songs but they better be at least 4-5 minutes. 40 minutes for an album is the minimum acceptable imo.. but as you say this is an instant purchase anyhow

food for thought
02-07-2011, 03:09 AM
this shit sounds so dope, i cant wait to drive to the store to cop this


ELNDzYs0vSw

fatboybrandon
02-07-2011, 08:43 AM
I agree with everyone and can't wait for Godsville.

On the topic of there being less tracks than expected, I think someone like KRS doesn't need a 20+ track album. To me, the depth and substance of his songs makes it seem like less is more in most cases.

I'm not mad at the amount of tracks, but we'll have to wait & see how the whole thing sounds in one listen on the 15th.