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Thread: Remember Freaky Tah twelve years later and K.L. of Screwball three years later.

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    Default Remember Freaky Tah twelve years later and K.L. of Screwball three years later.

    On March 28th of 1999 and 2008 we lost these two well loved members of the hiphop community; take some time today to reminisce on their classic music they left behind for us.

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    Hu haa!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meta4 View Post
    Hu haa!!!!
    You know it my dude; been bumping that Y2K.

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    Listening to Legal Drug Money now.

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    Cool; I was bumping that yesterday as well; also r.i.p. shout out to Mister Sexxx who was the in house producer for Group Home records; he died on May 29th 2010 from emphysema; he was responsible for classic tracks such as Renee, Lifestyles of the Rich and Shameless (remix)

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    word to this thread
    Boston - NYC

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    yeah i remember LB FAM they was dope back when I was in high school back during the 90s

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    I miss Freaky Tah of Lost Boys. Lost Boys only good album is Legal Drug Money LOL. I was very disappointed in Love Peace and Nappiness album but Love Peace and Nappiness song i love because of Slick Rick's Hey Young World sample.

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    13 and 4 years later still saluting the O.G.'s Freaky Tah of Lost Boyz and K.L. of Screwball.

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    Freaky tah rip legal drug money is a classic 90s album
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    "1,2,3" came up on the shuffle today. I never listen to that song and I didn't even know today was the anniversary.

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    Screwball's followup album was real good too.,



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    I heard in the city when ppl celebrate his legacy on a certain day, i forget when but prolly is yesterday each year, dudes get rode on and shot

    shits fucked

    rip
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    RIP

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    R.I.P. to Freaky Tah of Lost Boyz fourteen years later and K.L. of Screwball five years later.

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    o.d.b.s 1st lp got released on march 28th 95 ... same for big L's Lifestylez Ov Da Poor & Dangerous


    r.i.p. freaky tah & KL

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