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Monday, March 13, 2006


A lot to talk about today, but as usual not enough time

-The answer to the last trivia question was the Kool Genius of Rap aka Kool G Rap. He introduced the R to Marley after hearing about this dope MC from the Island. Rumor also has it that the Extra Large Professor did a lot of the composing on ‘Paid In Full.’ As anyone can read from the liner notes, he was unaccredited.

My man Aqua Boogie said Freddie Foxxx introduced Rakim to Marley. I never heard that story.

-Flavor Of Love!
Flav just went with the baddest chick. Especially after New York gave up the milk. No need for the cow.
Hoopz is a little tomboy-ish for me. Still fine, though.

-what a run by Syracuse. I like that kid McNamara. I do think they will lose the 5/12 game

-No Virginia (not a chance)

-No Michigan (I know Joey is pissed)

-My bracket was 80% last year. I’m winning the office pool this year. Watch out Trani!

-March Madness is the greatest sporting event of the year!

Today’s trivia question – Who produced ‘Jazz’ (We Got) by A Tribe Called Quest
a Gorillaz CD
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Blogger writebrother said...

trivia answer: Skeff Anslem

The album on which Extra P's work went uncredited was "Let Te Rhythm Hit Em", not "Paid In Full".

March 14, 2006 2:30 AM

Blogger Joey said...

Tommy Amaker is a horrible coach. We didn't deserve to be in the Tournament.

March 14, 2006 1:53 PM

Blogger Swifty said...

Skeff Anslem is not the answer we were looking for brother. Skef's shout out was for his work on the entire album moreso than that song.

Trivial fact: Skeff Anslem worked with a young Blue Black of The Unspoken Heard back in the day in the Bronx.

Thanks for responding though. Send us your address and we will send you the prizes anyway

So it was "Let The Rhythm Hit 'Em"? Where did you get that info?

March 14, 2006 4:22 PM

Blogger Swifty said...

send the address to info@brooklynbodega.com

March 14, 2006 4:23 PM

Blogger writebrother said...

That trick question got me bruh. I knew he produced one track on that album, but the shout out on the wrong song got me, and I answered too quick.

As for the Extra P ghost production knowledge I can't tell you speficially where I heard it, but if you search the net you'll find plenty of mentions of it and no one has ever really disputed it. And if you listen to the album you can definitely hear his sound. Lookin' forward to his next album....heard some nippets that were pretty fresh, although "First Class" was a let down. Thanks for the prize.

March 15, 2006 1:52 AM


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