Kool & Deadly
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|Kool & Deadly|
|Studio album by Just-Ice|
|Label||Fresh/Sleeping Bag Records
Kool & Deadly (Justicizms) is the second album by old school/hardcore rapper Just-Ice, it was released in 1987, and was produced by KRS-One and Just-Ice. In 1998, the album was selected as one of The Source magazine's 100 Best Rap Albums. The song "Moshitup" was the origin of the hip hop meme "Suicide, it's a suicide".
The Washington Post noted that tracks "Moshitup" and "Lyric Licking" showcase reggae rhythms but the record is predominantly "sparse hip-hop, tough and raw".
In a contemporary review, The Washington Post stated that the album "has an agenda that embraces more complicated topics, but it's hardly as benevolent as [Kool Moe Dee]" and described the album as "tough and raw but not especially distinctive"
- "Going Way Back" (feat. KRS-One)
- "The Original Gangster of Hip-Hop"
- "Freedom of Speech"
- "Moshitup" (feat. KRS-One)
- "Kool & Deadly"
- "On the Strength"
- "Lyric Licking"
- "Booga Bandit Bitch"
- "Freedom Of Speech ’88" (12-inch Single Edit) [added when it was released on CD].
|US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (Billboard)||17|
- Cartwright, Garth. "Kool & Deadly - Just-Ice | AllMusic". allmusic.com. Retrieved 30 October 2011.
- Jenkins, Mark (January 17, 1988). "Achieving a Bad Rap: Beat Box Artists Talk Trash for Cash Schooly D: 'Saturday Night!' Rap Kool Moe Doe: 'How Ya Like Me Now' Just Ice: 'Kool and Deadly (Justicizms)' M.C. Shan: 'Down by Law'". The Washington Post. Washington, D.C., United States: WP Company LLC d/b/a The Washington Post. p. 111. ISSN 0190-8286. Retrieved October 17, 2014. (Subscription required (. ))
- "Just-Ice – Chart history" Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums for Just-Ice.
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