KRS-One Is Back With Rhyme Lessons For Non-Believers (Audio)

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Since releasing his The World Is MIND album in May of 2017, KRS-One has been careful about releasing music. In the last year and a half, Boogie Down Productions’ co-founder has been in the studio with past collaborator Dr. Dre going over some of D-R-E’s tracks. Time will tell if fans ever hear the potential fruits of two legendary, 30-plus-year forces in Rap music coming together.

However, Kris did offer up some heat to hold fans over in the meantime. He appears on a recent track by Milwaukee, Wisconsin native Taiyamo Denku. “Once Again” features a powering and distorted Chuck D vocal. Knowledge Reigns Supreme kicks off the cut with bars like “This The Teacha, I do this for life / Plus, I’m psychic, but I ain’t gonna tell ya who’s doin’ your wife / You ain’t raw like the coke in your rhyme recital / You been cut so much you startin’ to look suicidal / You trifle, triflin’, you need to stop and listen / You need to hear Tupac, when he was locked in prison,” begins Blastmaster. “Your team’s not loyal; you’re not harmin’ me, son / If I said, ‘who wanna go on tour?’ You’d be an army of one / What’s that sh*t around your mouth, man, cum? / Face the fact, you lost. We got it; we won!

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The MC who re-entered a late 2010s encore face-off with MC Shan, in addition to battling at least fan at a concert shows that he keeps chippy rhymes in his lyrical chamber.

Taiyamo Denku’s No Industry Standard also features contributions from Conway The Machine, Chino XL, and Saukrates, among others. PozLyrix appears on “Once Again” too. Meanwhile, KRS-One’s The World Is MIND can be streamed and supported via AFH.