A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing: Is this record a masterpiece from the early 90's? Two Guys who originally met in North Carolina and are reunited by chance in New York take 48 samples and rap and mix over them to create amazing. 48 samples! Knowing this album means knowing the work of Rock and Jazz Artists like Jefferson Airplane, The Bubble Gum Machine, The Guess Who and Ramsey Lewis. Have you ever heard of Ron Carter? Once upon a time as part of McCoy Tyner’s jazz band he played a 3 second bass line which now, everybody knows because of Black Sheep. As a reminder, the Bass riff is on that club anthem, “Engine, Engine Number 9…”. As a 12 year old, I used to listen to this album on my walkman into the late hours while everyone else was asleep; it was just me and Black Sheep. This album’s lyrics are too explicit for young kids so, as an adult with two little kids in the house, it’s just me and Black Sheep again for late night listening sessions. I'm tagging @blacksheepdres in this. Maybe he will give it a like. This album means so much to me. I know I'm not the only one. .
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Fire Beat from Drum
Full song click link in my Bio.
its here; the full music video. Big up to @joshvisualartist for making this happen. Thank you to the fans that supported the track, piece of art had massive attention from Europe especially and in various underground scenes.
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=2fWtIFjCpcs (the video link)