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Scott La Rock's death played a role in fueling the Stop the Violence Movement. Sterling had one son that was an infant when he died, Scott Sterling Jr.
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Throughout the album, KRS-One gives honor and praise to Scott La Rock for producing the album and he mostly goes on about the importance of originality and being "real" instead of a "Sucker MC". In 2003, the album was ranked number 444 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. D-Nice, DJ Scott La Rock, KRS-One. L. Parker, S. LaRock. DJ Scott La Rock, KRS-One, Partner Lee Smith. Best of B-Boy Records.
Complete list of Scott La Rock & KRS-One music featured in tv shows and movies. Memory of a Man and His Music. Correct? Get Rich or Die Tryin' (2005) 9 Nov 2005.
KRS-One puts on his headphones, checks on his lead producer DJ Predator Prime, and Boom! Song after song speaks with clarity, strength and substance! Much of the subject matter on NOW HEAR THIS deals with the current social challenges of our time and documents the often ignored views of America’s other citizens. Appearing on the rap scene in 1986 as Boogie Down Productions releasing his first hit single South Bronx with his late DJ Scott La Rock, KRS the one made it clear that Hip Hop was going to have to take itself a lot more seriously than simply being a music genre. Black Oustory: A Philosophical Look At "Black" and "History" Introduction and Lesson One-By KRS - One. Feb 2019. KRS - One: An Introduction To Hip - Hop.
Musically, The BDP Album is somewhat of a return to KRS’ early days, with vintage boom bap beats provided by KRS-One himself and his brother Kenny Parker. After making a name for themselves in the NYC Hip Hop underground, KRS-One together with his former social worker Scott La Rock formed Boogie Down Productions. After a few singles as Scott La Rock & The Celebrity Three, they eventually dropped Criminal Minded as BDP.
Eletrônica 15,087,752. At the 2008 BET Awards, KRS-One was the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award for all his work and effort towards the Stop the Violence Movement as well as the overall pioneering of hip-hop music and culture. His wife is G. Simone.
KRS-One retired the Boogie Down Productions moniker in the early '90s to release records under his own name; to this day, he remains one of hip-hop's most outspoken and respected intellectuals. Sterling was also a DJ who performed under the name Scott La Rock, and when the two became friends, they decided to form a rap group, which they called Boogie Down Productions. BDP's first independently released single was 1986's "Crack Attack," and they soon completed a full-length album for the small indie label B Boy Records (which was rumored to be a front for a pornography operation). He hadn't yet developed a unified message, but his was the voice of a rebellious, intelligent young street poet, and it connected mightily with his audience. Also in 1989, Boogie Down Productions returned with an even more politicized, intellectual album, Ghetto Music: The Blueprint of Hip Hop.
Scott Monroe Sterling. Through a connection of his mother’s, Scott landed a job as a social worker at Franklin Armory Men’s Shelter on 166th St in the Bronx During his time as a social worker, Sterling met rapper KRS-One in 1986 at Franklin Men's Shelter where KRS resided. The pair formed Boogie Down Productions (BDP) with DJ Derrick "D-Nice" Jones, a cousin of the shelter's security guard, Floyd Payne . .KRS-One continues to lecture about how words affect reality, and cites Scott La Rock, and their first album entitled 'Criminal Minded.
By age 25, Scott (La Rock) Sterling had achieved what many people only dream of. As part of a duo called Boogie Down Productions, he was on the verge of signing a major recording contract with Warner Brothers Records. Their first album - a collection of rhythmic rap tunes on a smaller label, B-Boy Records - was about to hit the record charts and he had kept a promise he had made to himself: He, a young man from the South Bronx who had become a high school basketball star and had earned a bachelor's degree in business, would settle for nothing. All that came to an end Wednesday when Mr. Sterling was fatally shot outside the Highbridge Garden Homes on University Avenue in the South Bronx. According to police and hospital reports, at least one gunman fired from an apartment window across the street at a jeep occupied by Mr. Sterling and four friends, striking him in the head and neck.
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|A3||9mm Goes Bang||4:10|
|A4||Word From Our Sponsor||4:25|
|B2||Remix For P Is Free||4:15|
|B3||The Bridge Is Over||4:21|
|C1||Poetry # 3||5:08|
|C2||Criminal Minded (Doc Mix)||6:50|
|C3||9mm (Hot Club Version)||4:19|
|C4||The P Is Free (Hot Club Version)||4:15|
|D||Memories - Birth, Life & Death
DJ Mix [Megamix] – Stu Allan
- Marketed By – Westside Records Ltd.
- Distributed By – Westside Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – B-Boy Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – B-Boy Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Boogie Down Productions
- Published By – Rock Candy Records
- Published By – Pisces Music Ltd.
- Mastered At – Musitech
- Pressed By – Damont
- Written-By, Producer – Scott La Rock*, KRS One*
Sleeve & spine - BBOY 2
Centre labels sides 1 & 2 - B Boy 2
Centre labels sides 3 & 2 - BBoy 2
℗ 1987 B-Boy Records
© 1987 B-Boy Records
All - ℗ 1987 Boogie Down Productions
Sides 1 & 2 - Published by Rock Candy Records (ASCAP)
Sides 3 & 4 - Pisces Music Ltd.
Track D1 is a bonus track, this does not feature on CD!
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'Memory Of A Man And His Music' is a specially produced Collectors' Double Album commemorating the music of Scott La Rock & KRS-One a.k.a. Boogie Down Productions. It brings together the toughest tracks and deadliest mixes from 'Scott & KRS' 'Criminal Minded', 'Man And His Music' and 'Hot Club Version' albums.
On the labels the artist is credited as DJ Scott La Rock & Boogie Down Productions
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text, rear of sleeve): 5 015712 290118
- Matrix / Runout (Etchings side A): B·BOY-2-A1. MT.Ⅰ DAMONT h
- Matrix / Runout (Etchings side B): B BOY -2-B1. MT. Ⅱ DAMONT E
- Matrix / Runout (Etchings side C): B.BOY-2 -C1. Ⅰ DAMONT E
- Matrix / Runout (Etchings side D): B BOY· ̶D̶ · 2-D-1 Θ DAMONT G
- Rights Society: ASCAP
|CDBBY 2||Scott La Rock* & KRS-One||Scott La Rock* & KRS-One - Memory Of A Man And His Music (CD, Album, Comp, Ltd)||Westside Records||CDBBY 2||UK||1987|
|ZCBBY 2||Scott La Rock* & KRS-One||Scott La Rock* & KRS-One - Memory Of A Man And His Music (Cass, Album, Comp, Ltd)||Westside Records||ZCBBY 2||UK||1987|