Like most rap artists signed to WEA and its branches (Omniscience, Juggaknots, Deda, INI, Supernatural, Agallah, Lin Que, KMD, Ador, Coz… who else ?) in 1994/95, Ill Biskits dropped a couple of 12″ before their album got shelved for 13 years. Their 15 minutes of fame included a few interviews like this one, from Seattle magazine Flavor in september 1995.
Short interview of the Freestyle Fellowship by Akwanza just before they drop their major label debut. From The Source, april 1993. The lo-fi audio is from the tape Fellowship Shop, includes bits of Tolerate, Hot Potato and more.
Published in the Source, january of 1992, a review of Organized Konfusion first album, penned by Matty C. The audio is a track from their famous demo produced by the late Paul C, back when they called themselves Simply II Positive MC’s.
Simply II Positive aka Organized Konfusion : Mind Over Matter (demo) (DivShare)
You know you suck when the guy who review your album can’t find one decent line in your rhymes and can only quote an interlude ! You gotta appreciate how Joe Charles tries hard not to make fun of their lyrics. Lyrical enthusiast will surely appreciate the demo version of Supa Star, with different lyrics ! Have fun.
Group Home : Supa Star (demo) (DivShare)