Alchemist & Evidence Pay A Step Brothers Homage To Ron Carter (Audio)

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“The beat kinda reminded me of ‘We Are The World’—especially the drums. If you listen to 2:12 of ‘We Are The World,’ you will hear what I’m talking about. The rap style was inspired by a group called Big Fortune that recorded a classic album in 1987, but unfortunately had to disband due to Lenny, the bands lead DJ. Lenny became self-destructive and ruined everything. David Letterman’s dressing room was the last straw, in 1989, when Chico punched Lenny and sent him into a coma. He died weeks later and Chico was sentenced to 25 to life, for involuntary manslaughter. Still a classic to us, though. Step Brothers pays homage to Lenny, Chico, and all of the Big Fortune team.” – Evidence.

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