View Full Version : MF GRIMM and Hasan Salaam

06-23-2005, 12:09 PM
Peace yall.. download the below when u have a second:


http://www.daybydayent.com/audio/jj/SuperStarJJ-Dancin.mp3 (http://www.daybydayent.com/audio/jj/SuperStarJJ-Dancin.mp3)


Hasan's album is out now..
venture to
www.hasansalaam.com (http://www.hasansalaam.com/)
www.daybydayent.com (http://www.daybydayent.com/)

big up Gza, Dreddy Kruger, Ghostface Killa, M-1 of Dead Prez and all of wutang for seriously paving that way for me and my fam.. wutang and M-1 helps when the can with us at
www.kickgame.com (http://www.kickgame.com/)

Sun Tzu, Tha Soul Controllah
06-23-2005, 12:17 PM
PEACE GOD, Where have you been? It's been a minute

06-23-2005, 04:48 PM
been here.. actually grinding in NYC quite a bit.. working direct with MF GRIMM and lots of NYC artists..
what's hood on ur end
hit me at

06-25-2005, 04:51 AM
peace son- its bought time Grimm gets the props he deserves. didnt he change his name to GM grimm? doesnt change shit, the god's still ill! got anymore of grimm? i missed out on his Downfall & Email albums! respekt ravage

06-25-2005, 06:27 AM

06-25-2005, 04:05 PM
this may be a stupid question, but MF Doom and MF Grimm are the same people right?

Sun Tzu, Tha Soul Controllah
06-25-2005, 04:08 PM
no they are not lol get this cd MF GRIMM "Scars & Memories" that has some of his best work, Grimm has a long ass story behind him, search his name on the net and you can get some info

06-25-2005, 10:05 PM
Peace to Grimm, Ravage, Nomad, Inf, Rayna, the MIC, Hasan and all the Day By Day fam.

Support these cats yo. They good peoples making real hip-hop


Black Howling
06-26-2005, 03:33 PM
That Hasan Salaam is sick. and Grimm always be killing it. I Support Grimm and daybyday 100% NO DOUBT.

07-26-2005, 01:53 PM

Shield Magazine
By Osei Haywood

It’s been quite some time since the consciousness of hip-hop music has raised its fist with any type of sustained overt resistance. Enter Hasan Salaam and his debut “Paradise Lost,” This gravel voiced mc creates a vivid multilayered path of provoking thought over tight and varied production. (He also produced two tracks himself). The album starts off intensely with “Diaspora,” a Mike Marvel produced track in which Hasan takes the point of view of an African being indoctrinated into the horrors of the slave trade. On “Allegro,” producer Rugged n Raw fuses a string heavy classical sample underneath driving drums here Hasan waxes the political in frenzied but on point delivery with lines like: meanwhile our kids fall asleep in their beds/ as visions of 22’s spin round in their heads/ somebody want us dead from the hood to the res/ so every word bein said is bein tapped by the feds/ He later urges listeners to do take action, to “change the order.” In “Concrete Watercolors,” Hasan and rhyme partner Hi-coup spit over a haunting piano lick about the conditions found in neighborhoods lost and forgotten

Not all “Paradise Lost,” is struggle and politics. “Fountain of Youth,” is an effective and heartfelt look back on growing up. On “Affair to Remember,” a lost love is lamented.

The most powerful song though has to be “The Drinking Gourd,” a deeply personal song where Hasan with a sense of boldness and determined purpose spins a well crafted and poignant autobiography/mother tribute complete with soul touching horns.
“Paradise Lost,” is a strong debut from an insightful mind with the message that yes paradise is lost, but can be regained through redemption and knowledge. Let’s open our ears.

07-27-2005, 11:08 AM
anybody got hasan salaam full album, and willing to make a trade? (upload etc?) :)