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Posted 03 August 2007 - 09:55 AM

NEW INTERVIEW at groundliftmag.com

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"It almost hurts you to be well-rounded and across the board. I rock parties and that's my job. So whether it's the Porn Convention in Las Vegas, or a B-Boy competition, or a pool party in Miami, I'm gonna get down and turn it out..." DJ VERB speaks with Seattle digger/dj extraordinaire Mr. Supreme.


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The short-lived group Cru was infected with a bad case of "right place, wrong time" syndrome. The right place was Def Jam. The wrong time was 1997, when the famed label was busy going platinum with Foxy Brown's Ill Na Na and inking its legendary deal with Roc-A-Fella and their flagship artist, Jay-Z. All of a sudden, promoting the promising debut of a little hardcore crew just wasn't very high on their to-do list.




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Posted 04 August 2007 - 06:52 PM


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Posted 11 August 2007 - 08:10 AM

I just wanted to take time out in this thread to say that, The Dirty 30 ....GET'S MY SEAL OF APPROVAL.

Excellent REVIEW........

First of all it's like 30 tracks on the whole DAMN thing. How often do you get that?

One thing I love about albums is how an artists will have a hardcore gritty ass beat and then flip to that jazzy/spacey type stuff all on the same album.

HAHAHAH WOOOOOOOOOORD that's funny, I thought of Q-Tip as a matter of fact I think I was like "Is that Q-Tip" specially on "Just another"

It's like Tribe Called Quest mixed with a lil M.O.P or Bootcamp..........AHHHHHHH! I LOVE IT :mellow:

It's definetly one of those albums that is like lint under the rug it's there but no one sees it.

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