Podcast: The Hit Squad

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This episode is all about The Def Squad!

Ranked Number 3 on our Greatest Hip Hop Crews of all time list, my guest @ShareefJackson and I discuss:

The Core Members
Erick Sermon
Parrish Smith
K-Solo
Redman
Das EFX
Keith Murray
Jamal

The Albums, The Songs, The Impact on Hip Hop
… there’s even Shadz of Lino, Illegal, and L.O.D Talk

Pack a Lunch this is a LONG one … THREE HOURS!

Listen in chunks, take it on a ride, clean up your house, but you dont want to miss out on this one!

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  • P.Ligonde

    i listened over the course of two days. I want to preface this by first saying that Strictly Business is the first album I actually had . Prior to that we recorded songs off the radio and the first tape I bought with my own money was Unfinished Business. So I’m a big EPMD fan. Overall good podcast but I think Red’s last few albums were overrated. After Doc the Name very so-so. And even though I love Redman I wished he grew more a an emcee in terms of rhyming about real shit and less about funny punchline nonsense because I thought he had the ability to. One group which was forgotten and understandingly so is Knucklehedz. They would have been big if not for the break up (Hed Rush was crazy)