Domingo Sets The Table For 3 Legends In KRS-One, Kool G Rap & Greg Nice (Audio)

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In the late 1980s, the notion of KRS-One and Kool G Rap on the same track was unheard of. In the midst of “The Bridge Wars,” KRS-One was in the middle of a war of the boroughs, championing The Bronx against Queens’ Marley Marl and MC Shan, surrounding the birthplace of Hip-Hop music. While the Kool Genius of Rap was never remembered as one of Blastmasta’s targets of his diss records, G was loyal to Marley and his Juice Crew.

By 2014, it’s all proverbial water under “the bridge.” With KRS having made a full 2008 LP with Marley, these two lyrical giants have worked together previously on singles such as Sway & King Tech’s “The Anthem.” However, joined by Greg Nice (of Nice & Smooth), this Domingo-led track, “Free” is some real history.

Greg Nice was actually present in the recording of “The Bridge Is Over,” and somebody who was a BX delegate in those Boogie Down ’80s.

This song includes some “DWYCK” allusions from Greg N-I, while Tha Teacha and Giancana do what they both do best:

Johnny Nunez

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