Discussion in 'The Booth' started by FreshAIG, Jan 10, 2019.
i used to listen to his xl album back to front when it came out. he was accused of some for being a rakim wannabe in the vein of mc rell and the houserockers but i never saw it, he was dope
that was wild when he accused ice cube of stealing wicked from him though. only to have cypress hill a few years later accuse ice cube of the same shyt. where there's smoke there's fire? i dunno but cube is still my guy regardless
I said it about Kurupt and I said it about Yukmouth and Lil Shawn...I hate when these old school rappers gotta name drop other rappers to get some attention in the now era. I wish they could just do like Hank Shocklee and talk about their own legacy. But thats what gets clicks nowadays.
With that said I been wondering what happened to dude.
What Sun doing anyways today
Who gives a shyt?
I believe it. Fat joe one of the realest rappers ever. Busta rhymes was never in streets like that and LL ran with some real street dudes but he was put on at a young age was never in streets like that.
Idk about LL but my mom definitely told me how Busta would get laughed off stage repeatedly and got no love and was a straight goofy/weirdo. I have no idea about the robbery allegations but he definitely wasn't that nikka in his early days.
LL got robbed by 50 cent.....allegedly
The robber, not the rapper.
The robber was a little guy.
yeah the one from Fort Greene
Haitian Jack spoke on him said he wasn't all that gangsta
called him a "filthy ass nikka"
Why did Pac and him have issues?
this was my joint back in the day
King Sun on his dissing of 2Pac:"Ok, I was the first to respond with a diss record towards Tupac when he first dissed Tribe Called Quest at the Source Awards in '94. Since Tupac appeared on "California" wit Dre, I felt the need to respond wit "Califony" and derived the hook from the Die Hard movie when Bruce Willis was a cop from NY and had beef in Cali. Every time he killed an adversary his reply was "Yippie Kay Ya Mother fukker."
The beat was produced by DJ Mark the 45 King and was cut up by Funk Master Flex in D&D Studios in Midtown Manhattan. Shout outs to Doug and Dave. I then allowed Doo Wop to put the song on his mixtape to generate a buzz. Tupac and I discussed the dis song after having Ice-T play it for Pac. We laughed together over the phone and Pac new it was nothing personal, but I had to rep NY to the fullest. Shout outs to Ice-T, who's like my older cousin from the Left Coast who has always held me down, to WC Crazy Toons, DJ Aladdin, DJ Pooh, Evil E and Hen G and Shawny Shawn.
Rest in peace Pac. Our love goes out to Mrs. Shakur. Tell BIG I said "Hold some equality for me and Lady Heron and be at the door with Jesus so we can get in!"
"Doo Wop played his record with King Sun on his critically acclaimed Summer Jam '96 mixtape. Doo Wop also goes at 2Pac & The Dogg Pound at the end of the tape. Notice how the mixtape only features East Coast artists. This was around the time of Hit' Em Up. According to DJ King Shameek, King Sun had also recorded another diss record titled "Don't Know How To A.C.T." directed at Westside Connection" - From CroatianRapper youtube
The Kool Skool: King Sun - Mythological Rapper, 5%er, Zulu King, Battle Rapper & Hip-Hop Originator (Rare Tracks & Interviews)