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Happy 30th Anniversary to Boogie Down Productions’ debut album Criminal Minded, originally released , Boogie Down Productions was two people: Lawrence “Krisna” aka “KRS-One” Parker and Scott “DJ Scott March 3, 1987. This statement is going to sound cliché, but it’s true: Boogie Down Productions’ Criminal Boogie Down Productions.” “The Bridge is Over” pretty much put an end to the KRS/Shan conflict, as Boogie Down Productions TRIBUTE: Celebrating 30 Years of Boogie Down Productions’ Debut Album ‘Criminal Minded’
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 25 Years of Boogie Down Productions’ ‘Sex and Violence’
released February 25, 1992. Boogie Down Productions found themselves at the crossroads in early 1992 TRIBUTE: Celebrating 25 Years of Boogie Down Productions’ ‘Sex and Violence’ Happy 25th Anniversary to Boogie Down Productions’ final studio album Sex and Violence, originally Boogie Down Productions
Song Stuck in Our Heads Today: Boogie Down Productions’ “South Bronx” (1986)
ARTIST: Boogie Down Productions TITLE: “South Bronx” (Released as a single in 1986) ALBUM: Criminal Minded (1987) | Tribute WATCH/LISTEN: Song Stuck in Our Heads Today: Boogie Down Productions’ “South Bronx” (1986) “South Bronx” was released as a single in 1986 and appears on Boogie Down Productions’ 1987 debut album ‘Criminal Minded’ Boogie Down Productions
Boogie Down Productions’ ‘By All Means Necessary’ Turns 30 | An Anniversary Retrospective
Boogie Down Productions’ second studio affair is a revolutionary album, and not necessarily because of its political content. , originally released May 31, 1988. The legend of KRS-One and Boogie Down Productions as we know them Happy 30th Anniversary to Boogie Down Productions’ second studio album By All Means Necessary Boogie Down Productions’ ‘By All Means Necessary’ Turns 30 | An Anniversary Retrospective Boogie Down Productions
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TRIBUTE: Celebrating 20 Years of KRS-One’s ‘I Got Next’
forever. Thirty years ago, Lawrence “KRS-One” Parker debuted as the lead rapper of Boogie Down Productions a.k.a
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