D-Nice – They Call Me D-Nice (BDP Live On)

Taking out you suckas and you don’t know how I did it!

One of my biggest influences in the game hands down is the TR-808 aka D-Nice. D had the swag fo real b, he had that cool flow. Working on new music makes me realize how much I want to honor cats like D-Nice. A lot of my style is from this man right here, what they taught I learned b.D-Nice Rocks The House is the prequel to They Call Me D-Nice, teaming  a young Nice up with Scott La Rock which would eventually be the ticket to Nice landing his solo deal. Scott La Rock  helped D develop his skill and would serve as a mentor/brother/friend up until his tragic passing in ’87.Peep a young D-Nice, KRS-ONE and DJ Scott La Rock (BDP) Circa ’86BDP Live on RIP Scott La Rock

BDP – By All Means Necessary

One of the most powerful albums of all time in HIP-HOP would have to be BDP’s “By All Means Necessary” released in 1988. The cover alone is sick, I love the playoff of Brother Malcolm’s picture. When I heard “My Philosophy” I was shocked that a group so raw would have such a positive message. BDP was rugged looking as all hell but gave a proactive message to many ghetto youths, not a message of destruction but a message of rebuilding. Pick up this album if you love hip-hop, Scott La Rock live on.

 

I’m nice, here is a track off the LP “My Philosophy”