09.19.2014
Throwback Thursday: Arabian Prince

Ladies and gentlemen, a founding member of NWA…in more white than an iceberg. This really pulls together that 1988 Compton feel very nicely.
N.W.A.’s “Panic Zone” (Featuring Arabian Prince) N.W.A.’s “Panic Zone” (Featuring Arabian Prince) Well, if you wanted proof that Arabian Prince was, in fact, once part of NWA, here it is. I present to you the most compelling evidence that Arabian Prince once rubbed elbows with hip hop royalty…NWA’s “Panic Zone.” Now, you must realize if you’re new to this track, it sounds nothing like the NWA that’s represented on Straight Outta Compton. Herein lies the simple truth as to why Arabian Prince… View On WordPress

N.W.A.’s “Panic Zone” (Featuring Arabian Prince)

N.W.A.’s “Panic Zone” (Featuring Arabian Prince)

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Well, if you wanted proof that Arabian Prince was, in fact, once part of NWA, here it is. I present to you the most compelling evidence that Arabian Prince once rubbed elbows with hip hop royalty…NWA’s “Panic Zone.” Now, you must realize if you’re new to this track, it sounds nothing like the NWA that’s represented on Straight Outta Compton. Herein lies the simple truth as to why Arabian Prince…

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SWIPE: L.A. Record’s Dan Monick Interviews Arabian Prince (2008) SWIPE: L.A. Record’s Dan Monick Interviews Arabian Prince (2008) In 2008, Arabian Prince was doing a press junket around the release of his anthology through Stones Throw, entitled Innovative Life. Dude was getting more interviews than he had seen in his career to that date. Below is an excerpt from an interview where he sat down with Dan Monick from L.A. Record. In it, he talks influences, the electro scene and, most importantly to my own speculation, his… View On WordPress

SWIPE: L.A. Record’s Dan Monick Interviews Arabian Prince (2008)

SWIPE: L.A. Record’s Dan Monick Interviews Arabian Prince (2008)

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In 2008, Arabian Prince was doing a press junket around the release of his anthology through Stones Throw, entitled Innovative Life. Dude was getting more interviews than he had seen in his career to that date. Below is an excerpt from an interview where he sat down with Dan Monick from L.A. Record. In it, he talks influences, the electro scene and, most importantly to my own speculation, his…

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SWIPE: hiphopdx’s Interview with the Arabian Prince SWIPE: hiphopdx’s Interview with the Arabian Prince The below is an excerpt from the 2008 interview with the Arabian Prince by Jack Paine. In it, he discusses his reissue project from the same year from Stones Throw, how he really was a member of NWA and what’s next for the man, the myth. Longtime fans of Hip Hop embraced Fergie‘s “Fergalicious” not because of Stacy’s rhyming abilities, but because the 2006 hit was an almost textbook recreation… View On WordPress

SWIPE: hiphopdx’s Interview with the Arabian Prince

SWIPE: hiphopdx’s Interview with the Arabian Prince

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The below is an excerpt from the 2008 interview with the Arabian Prince by Jack Paine. In it, he discusses his reissue project from the same year from Stones Throw, how he really was a member of NWA and what’s next for the man, the myth.

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Longtime fans of Hip Hop embraced Fergie‘s “Fergalicious” not because of Stacy’s rhyming abilities, but because the 2006 hit was an almost textbook recreation…

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09.15.2014 Arabian Prince sneaking into a photo with Yella and Dre and two very white girls.   View On WordPress

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When They Don’t Love You No More: A Week With the Arabian Prince When They Don’t Love You No More: A Week With the Arabian Prince Before the world knew NWA as Ren, Cube, Dre, Eazy and Yella, the crew consisted of one Arabian Prince. Inglewood-born and Compton-raised, he would briefly enjoy the status of being a core member of NWA during the Straight Outta Compton tear. However, just as the crew was starting to enter the stratosphere, Arabian Prince bounced. Now, one can only speculate what went down and I’m not here to… View On WordPress

When They Don’t Love You No More: A Week With the Arabian Prince

When They Don’t Love You No More: A Week With the Arabian Prince

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Before the world knew NWA as Ren, Cube, Dre, Eazy and Yella, the crew consisted of one Arabian Prince. Inglewood-born and Compton-raised, he would briefly enjoy the status of being a core member of NWA during the Straight Outta Compton tear. However, just as the crew was starting to enter the stratosphere, Arabian Prince bounced. Now, one can only speculate what went down and I’m not here to…

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MC Lyte’s “Eyes On This” in 50 Words MC Lyte’s “Eyes On This” in 50 Words MC Lyte Eyes on This Atlantic j3 says: MC Lyte tees off from the men’s tee and leaves the whole game wrecked with Eyes. That’s not to say it’s flawless, but what Lyte does on the mic with production from Audio Two, in a different capacity, Eyes provides more than enough tough and gruff. Don’t front on Lyte. The Dirty Deacon says: MC Lyte’s record is totally listenable when it comes to samples,… View On WordPress

MC Lyte’s “Eyes On This” in 50 Words

MC Lyte’s “Eyes On This” in 50 Words

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j3 says:

MC Lyte tees off from the men’s tee and leaves the whole game wrecked with Eyes. That’s not to say it’s flawless, but what Lyte does on the mic with production from Audio Two, in a different capacity, Eyes provides more than enough tough and gruff. Don’t front on Lyte.

The Dirty Deacon says:

MC Lyte’s record is totally listenable when it comes to samples,…

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