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Mos Def / Pharoahe Monch - Black On Both Sides / Internal Affairs (Snippets) FLAC album

Performer: Mos Def
Genre: Hip-hop and RAP
Title: Black On Both Sides / Internal Affairs (Snippets)
Released: 1999
FLAC version ZIP size: 1305 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1404 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1325 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 118
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DJ Mix – DJ Cipha Sounds. Hosted By – Funkmaster Flex. Split promo mixtape without tracklisting.

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Internal Affairs (Pharoahe Monch album). Internal Affairs is the solo debut from former Organized Konfusion member Pharoahe Monch, released on Rawkus Records and Priority Records. Monch creates a harder sound than heard on the previous Organized Konfusion records. The album spawned the Hot 100 hit "Simon Says".

Black on Both Sides is the debut studio album by American rapper Mos Def, released on October 12, 1999 by Rawkus and Priority Records. Prior to its recording, Mos Def had collaborated with Talib Kweli for the album Mos Def & Talib Kweli Are Black Star in 1998, which raised high expectations for a solo effort by the former. Black on Both Sides features an emphasis on live instrumentation and socially conscious lyrics.

Album : Internal Affairs Producer : Pharoahe Monch. The metaphor of hip-hop as a woman has been used plenty of times, but none like this. 2. Mos Def "Ms. Fat Booty" (1999). Album : Black on Both Sides Producer : Ayatollah. So you meet a girl at the club, get her number, proceed to have sex with her and then fall in love, only to have her reject you for a lesbian. But what makes a story like that stick for years to come?

Internal Affairs Lyrics. GET THE FUCK UP! Simon says "GET THE FUCK UP!" Throw ya hands in the sky (buck buck buck buck buck!) Queens is in the back sippin 'Gnac, y'all wassup? Girls, rub on your titties (yeah) Yeah fuck it I said it rub on ya titties New York City gritty committee, pity the fool that act shitty In the midst of the calm, the witty. WHAT THE FUCK'S goin on here, just a minute now, hold up Sinister wit hit the time I diminish him finish him, roll up When I'm, in a, cinematography state of mind My rap trip, rip, clip, say the rhyme Shit, I spectacular run hit spit bitches venacular Miraculous rhyme flow, back track to the Immaculate Binaca blast nigga.

Black Star – Mos Def & Talib Kweli Are Black Star (1998). Not just one of the most impactful albums from Rawkus Records, the Black Star album has every right to make any conversation about the greatest hip-hop projects of all time. Mos Def and Talib Kweli developed the kind of chemistry that few rap groups have. You could be Mos Def, make an album like Black on Both Sides, and still receive mainstream recognition. Train of Thought was the project of Talib Kweli and Hi-Tek, who came together to deliver their own true classic. Pharoahe Monch – Internal Affairs (1999). Pharoahe Monch had already established himself as a rapper in the group Organized Konfusion, but his solo debut Internal Affairs allowed him to really vault himself into another stratosphere.

Both Monch and Rawkus seemed to want to push their music farther above ground, and some longtime followers were shocked to hear a harder, angrier, more profane Monch, who seemed to be courting a more thugged-out audience. But it's a reinvention that doesn't compromise his high lyrical standards, making Internal Affairs a success on its own terms


A Mos Def Untitled
B Pharoahe Monch Untitled


  • DJ Mix – DJ Cipha Sounds
  • Hosted By – Funkmaster Flex


Split promo mixtape without tracklisting.