Today In Hip-Hop: KRS-One Releases ‘The Return Of The Boom Bap’

On this day, September 28, in hip-hop history... 1993: From transformative perspective, the death of Scott La Rock was in many ways the beginning of Kris Parker's solo career. KRS-One did not decide to strike out without the Boogie Down Productions' name until his 1993 solo debut, The Return Of The Boom Bap, generally considered one of the greatest hip-hop albums of all-time. Taking a break from the production duties that he held on the majority of BDP's LPs, KRS-One stepped aside and invited rising beat-makers DJ Premier, Showbiz and Kid Capri to produce the majority of the album, giving Return Of ...

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