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.
The Montreal native delivers a racially-charged anthem to close out Black History Month.
Leave My Name Out.
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Remixes, originals and exclusives.
Rodman arrives March 13th.
Brooklyn, where ya at?