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Devil's Son EP Vinyl 12" (Record Store Day)

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inaugural horrorcore rap from the late Harlem MC
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"When I was twelve, I went to hell for snuffin' Jesus." The chorus samples Nas from "Back to the Grill," and when Big L begins spitting his verse on "Devil's Son," he would commence a subgenre of hip-hop: horrorcore. The late Harlem rapper's mic skills went far beyond the dark, transgressive bars the style is associated with, but his short, notable career started with the release of this controversial 1993 single produced by Showbiz. The track is available on this limited release (3000 copies only) alongside the instrumental version as well as four unreleased tracks (heavily bootlegged) from Lifestyles Ov Da Poor & Dangerous sessions—"I Shoulda used A Rubba," "School Dayz," "Times Iz Hard," and "Da UnExpected Flava"—with production from Buckwild, Lord Finesse, and Large Professor.

reviewed by thom tanks 07/2017
UPC: 27368968


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