Some of you may recall B-1's name if you're anything like me and bumped Kool G Rap's 4, 5, 6 so much, the tape popped. The Queens emcee also lent his writing skills to a few joints from the highly underrated MF Grimm. Ill Adrenaline Records unearthed a cut from the late 90s ('97 to be exact) titled "Hands of Time" which was supposed to serve as B-1's first single for Rawkus Records. Below you will also find the B-Side to the Ill Adrenaline release which features an O.C. demo produced by Da Beatminerz entitled "The Brooklyn Side." Cop it on wax or cassette here.
Gawd bless 'MURICA.
Tha Alumni emcee drops his new single in visual form.
The Brooklyn emcee will also be dropping a project on Christmas Day – unfortunately, it's not a Soul Tape installment.
Ab grabs a pair of rappers from the good ol' days for this new one.
Don't test the high power.
The oft-overlooked lyricist delivers a powerful record about drug addiction, produced by Jonathan Hay & Amaji.