Boogie Down Productions’ Duck Down Alternate Version, Possibly Battling Another Crew? (Audio)

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The final Boogie Down Productions album, 1992’s Sex & Violence doesn’t always get the love that the other B.D.P. albums get. However, with Freddie Foxxx, Prince Paul, DJ Kenny Parker and Heather B involved, this joint was instrumental of many things to come. S&V‘s second single “Duck Down” (reportedly where Buckshot and Dru Ha took their label name from), originally had a different verse.

Unkut.com found this other version, and they allege that the new verse features KRS getting at Brother J and X-Clan. Rest in peace to Professor X, but think this is possible? With KRS’ getting at everybody from Roxanne Shante to P.M. Dawn to Grandmaster Melle Mel during his ’86-’92 run, anything’s possible. If that battle would have hit Front Street, how do you think it would’ve changed history?

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