TRIBUTE: Celebrating 25 Years of Black Sheep’s Debut Album ‘A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing’
Black Sheep of the Native Tongues musical family, a name means just about everything. It might surprise those too young to remember when Black Sheep dropped their debut A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing 25 Happy 25th Anniversary to Black Sheep’s debut album A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing, originally released TRIBUTE: Celebrating 25 Years of Black Sheep’s Debut Album ‘A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing’ Black Sheep studio to record it. On “Try Counting Sheep," Dres illustrates Black Sheep’s place in the lineage of not have fully seen Black Sheep’s ascendance coming. Photo: Al Pereira Conversely, no one could have While the Native Tongues influence is unmistakably evident, Black Sheep’s debut LP contains plenty
Song Stuck in Our Heads Today: Vanessa Williams’ “Work to Do” (1991)
ARTIST: Vanessa Williams featuring Dres (of Black Sheep) TITLE: “Work to Do” ALBUM: The Comfort Zone (1991) BUY: Amazon | iTunes WATCH/LISTEN:
ALBUMISM SELECTS: The 15 Greatest Native Tongues Albums, Ranked & Revisited (Part 2 of 2)
Black Sheep
ALBUMISM SELECTS: The 15 Greatest Native Tongues Albums, Ranked & Revisited
awareness, Black Sheep talked about the hoes they knew all the time and were occasionally crass Jesse Ducker Everyone knows that Black Sheep sounded completely different from the other acts in the or iTunes | STREAM Here #8 | BLACK SHEEP | A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing Mercury (1991) Revisited by Jungle Brothers, De La Soul, A Tribe Called Quest, Queen Latifah, Black Sheep and Monie Love―was Black Sheep
Albumism Welcomes Matt Koelling as Our Newest Contributor
work, including his recently published debut article, in which he revisits Black Sheep’s classic debut
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 20 Years of Jeru the Damaja’s ‘Wrath of the Math’
version of Black Sheep’s “U Mean I’m Not?,” parodying everything he’s come to dislike about the state
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 25 Years of A Tribe Called Quest’s ‘The Low End Theory’
of the track featured some combination of De La, Black Sheep, Jungle Brothers, and their (now
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 25 Years of P.M. Dawn’s ‘Of the Heart, of the Soul and of the Cross: The Utopian Experience’
featured Boogie Down Productions and Black Sheep, KRS-One and his BDP crew bumrushed the stage
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 25 Years of Showbiz & A.G.’s Debut Album ‘Runaway Slave’
. trading verses with Dres of Black Sheep, fresh off the monstrously success of “The Choice is Yours,” each
Feeling the Earth Move Under My Feet: Recollections of Discovering Carole King’s ‘Tapestry’
sheepish and droopy-eyed. His black longish hair and sideburns wildly standing up in a mane of
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