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Connie Price & The Keystones team up with one of New York's finest, Apani B. Fly MC (collabs w/ Black Star, MF Doom, DJ Spinna) & Mardi Gras Indian Big Chief Bo Dollis Jr. (The Wild Magnolias). "Uptown Rulers" is the perfect blend of Mardi Gras Indian Funk from New Orleans and the flows and cadence from Hollis, Queens. Apani B. gives you a lesson in the blood, sweat, and tears that go into the masking culture while Bo Dollis Jr. Carries on his father's legacy with chants to the ancestors. For the B-side, Professor Shorthair leans further into the origins of Hip-Hop with a Boom Bap backbone and scratches that give a nod to the OG Big Chief, Bo Dollis. Extended intro and outro for all you DJs out there!
Connie Price & The Keystones team up with one of New York's finest, Apani B. Fly MC (collabs w/ Black Star, MF Doom, DJ Spinna) & Mardi Gras Indian Big Chief Bo Dollis Jr. (The Wild Magnolias). "Uptown Rulers" is the perfect blend of Mardi Gras Indian Funk from New Orleans and the flows and cadence from Hollis, Queens. Apani B. gives you a lesson in the blood, sweat, and tears that go into the masking culture while Bo Dollis Jr. Carries on his father's legacy with chants to the ancestors. For the B-side, Professor Shorthair leans further into the origins of Hip-Hop with a Boom Bap backbone and scratches that give a nod to the OG Big Chief, Bo Dollis. Extended intro and outro for all you DJs out there!
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Uptown Rulers
Artist: Connie Price & The Keystones / Apani B. / Fly Mc
Format: Vinyl
New: In Stock $14.76
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Uptown Rulers
2. Uptown Rulers (Professor Shorthair Remix)

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Connie Price & The Keystones team up with one of New York's finest, Apani B. Fly MC (collabs w/ Black Star, MF Doom, DJ Spinna) & Mardi Gras Indian Big Chief Bo Dollis Jr. (The Wild Magnolias). "Uptown Rulers" is the perfect blend of Mardi Gras Indian Funk from New Orleans and the flows and cadence from Hollis, Queens. Apani B. gives you a lesson in the blood, sweat, and tears that go into the masking culture while Bo Dollis Jr. Carries on his father's legacy with chants to the ancestors. For the B-side, Professor Shorthair leans further into the origins of Hip-Hop with a Boom Bap backbone and scratches that give a nod to the OG Big Chief, Bo Dollis. Extended intro and outro for all you DJs out there!
        
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