Down By Law (LP, Album). Down By Law (LP, Album). Down By Law (Cass, Album). Records, Cold Chillin'.
Down by Law is the debut album by East Coast hip hop artist MC Shan. Released at the height of the Bridge Wars, a feud that erupted between Boogie Down Productions and the Juice Crew, responding to the Queensbridge anthem "The Bridge", this album created a blueprint within Hip-Hop music that was never seen (or heard) before. The album is produced by Marley Marl, and was distributed by Cold Chillin' Records independently (the label's very.
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Down by Law (Down by Law album). Down by Law is the eponymous debut album of the band Down by Law. Dave Smalley wrote words and music for all tracks except "The Truth" (words and music by Dave Nazworthy), "Surf Punk" (music by Ed Urlik), "The One" (words by Dave S. and Caroline ., and "Best Friends" (words and music by The Outlets). All tracks by Dave Smalley. Right Or Wrong" – 2:16. Down The Drain" – 2:37.
MC Shan Was Hip Hop By Law (Definition Of Hip Hop), January 3, 2015. Although, I have the regular album on cd also. The original album/cd had nine tracks
BPM Profile Down by Law. Album starts at 94BPM, ends at 98BPM (+4), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by MC Shan.
Shan : I only said HOW it started in QUEENSBRIDGE, not (all) over the world. The new Source magazine says I still stand on the fact that Hip Hop started in Queens - writers get it twisted. The song the Bridge starts off saying . But KRS continued to play upon the "response to the claim that hip hop started in Queens" premise with his next response, "The Bridge Is Over", featuring lyrics recorded, with a reggae flavor, in a Jamaican accent. Even after La Rock's death, the feud still continued. Other rappers joined in making songs dissing Queensbridge, such as Cool C's "Juice Crew Dis" which mocked Shan's "Juice Crew Law" and attacks both Shan and Shanté, and MitchSki's "Brooklyn Blew Up the Bridge, South Bronx Helped us out", which made fun of Shan's on-stage appearances.