Triple O.G. Olu Dara recently sat down with ThisIs50 to talk about the parallels between jazz/blues and Hip-Hop, his upbringing, how he arrived in NYC, the meaning behind the name "Olu Dara" as well as his son Nasir's name and lots of other facts that ended up with Jack Thriller's mind blown. Part two after
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Check out Fokis as he sits down with Jazz legend Olu Dara (Nas' Father) in a one on one interview where they discuss a pleathora of topics including where he was born, coming up in Mississippi, raising a rap star and much more. We will be releasing Parts 3 & 4 of the sitdown next
Fokis recruits Nasir bin Olu Dara's pops and his soulful cornet for this new joint. DOWNLOAD: Fokis - I Wanna Live Good f. Olu Dara | Mediafire
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z2uvZl6Ryv8] The budding superproducer links up with Nas' pops to work on the "History" remix, off the upcoming My Name is Fokis. Props to Melanie.