(CDr) days Game baby-baby too blam for these lames Ad Rock When I was nine, I played with slime Got rhymes ga-lot, got rhymes ga-limes I got a million like rhymes leavin' ya stung I got my own crew called the nasal tongue! Dove Yo take a few of these b-boys and call me in the mornin okay Keep it on the crusty eye, bagel with some butterflies Spit gritty like we in MCA's voice box Y'all bull and my ox don't fit the mix Disc jock!
De La Soul - Squat! (CDr) be some classic material kid Disc jock! Tryin to spread some love like roots on a tree Stayin true to this vision in the Y2G. Disc jock! It be some classic material kid Disc jock! Got the calm cats blowin their De La Soul - Squat! (CDr) Disc jock! You get plush off the rack And buy plenty or more we got em by the stack Disc jock! Got us walkin all over the world For all the fly fellas and all the fly girls Disc jock! You can't get enough when we servin this.
The album also featured collaborations with CommonTruth Enola, and the Jazzyfatnastees. All three albums were intended to be released within a year, beginning with the release of Art Official Intelligence: Mosaic Thump. This was followed by AOI: Bionix in late After this, however, the third and final album in the AOI series was never released.
For the next two years, the only De La Soul releases were singles or remix compilations. David Jude Jolicoeur stated in an interview that it usually takes about four years for the group to record an album, promote it with advertisements, touring and so on.
The group was having trouble finishing the last AOI installment for many reasons, one of which being an ongoing struggle with Tommy Boy RecordsDe La Soul - Squat! (CDr), [ citation needed ] which had been releasing its albums ever since its debut. Records was shut down and the group's contract was shopped to the other WEA labels. The band thought about having its contract absorbed by Elektra Recordsbut it decided to leave WEA altogether. Although it was not the third AOI album fans had been expecting, the album was released to some critical acclaim and was well received by most fans.
The lead single " Shopping Bags She Got from You " did not fare very well and set the tone for disappointing commercial acceptance. In conjunction with the album's release, the group also offered up the track "Come on Down" featuring Flavor Flav for remixing on Sony's Acid Planet website.
Later in the year they collaborated with dan le sac vs Scroobius Pip on a re-recording of the British group's debut single " Thou Shalt Always Kill. Two other collaborations were recorded, but did not make the final cut for the album. They were supposed to appear on a track entitled "Sloped Tropics", though this song did not make the final cut. First Serve in Aprilan album that did not feature any contributions from Maseo.
With very little promotion, the album was released to positive reviews. This was followed by releasing one track a month during From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from De la. American hip-hop group. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve De La Soul - Squat! (CDr) article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Hip hop alternative hip hop jazz rap.
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