KRS-One Kicks Some Hard Rhymes Overtop A Guitar Loop. It’s True School (Audio)

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DJ Jean Maron has worked with an assortment of New York Hip-Hop legends. Maron’s 2010 Run-MPC LP with M-Dot included M.O.P., Kool G Rap, Masta Ace, and Craig G. Almost four years later, Maron links with KRS-One. On “True School,” Blastmasta has that Teacha’s fervor as he expounds on why he’s neither Old School nor New School, but True School.

Never forget that KRS raised the ageism debate in Hip-Hop way back with Boogie Down Productions when he stepped to Grandmaster Melle Mel on “I’m Still #1.”

Related: KRS-One’s Return Of The Boom-Bap 20 Years Later (Food For Thought)

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