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KRS-One, D-Nice, and DJ Scott La Rock were the original members of Boogie Down Productions, a hip hop group. DJ Scott La Rock was assassinated on August 27, 1987, just months after BDP’s debut album, Criminal Minded, was released. The group’s name, Boogie Down, is derived from a nickname for the South Bronx area of The Bronx, one of New York City’s five boroughs. The group pioneered the convergence of dancehall reggae and hip hop music, and their debut album Criminal Minded featured candid depictions of life in the South Bronx in the late 1980s, paving the foundation for gangsta rap. more details »
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Criminal Minded is the debut studio album by the hip hop group Boogie Down Productions, released on B-Boy Records on March 3, 1987. It is regarded as a seminal hip hop album[1], as well as one of the first in the gangsta rap genre. [two]
The album has been sampled, interpolated, and paraphrased since its release. Its samples and direct influences were rare at the time, ranging from AC/DC, The Beatles, and Billy Joel to dancehall reggae (as well as the more widely used James Brown). The album was ultimately certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). [three] The songs “South Bronx” and “The Bridge Is Down” sparked a feud with MC Shan and the Juice Crew, a Brooklyn-bred yet Queens-based emcee. The former used Public Enemy’s musical ideas and helped to create the new jack swing genre. The latter drew influence from MC Shan. Throughout the song, KRS-One expresses gratitude to Scott La Rock for making it, and he stresses the value of originality and being a “true” MC rather than a “Sucker MC.”

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