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On their 1990 debut, this Afrocentric hip-hop squad brewed a provocative blend of fast raps, funky beats, and meditations on life in New York, which they describe on “Feels So Good” as a “powder keg.” As the deceptively laconic Grand Puba explains on “Wake Up,” they navigate their rough urban terrain with “knowledge of self.” That self-empowerment doctrine is evident throughout as they admonish against drug use on “Slow Down” and invoke their activist spirit on “Concerto In X Minor.”

Biography

Formed: 1989 in New Rochelle, NY

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The Five Percent Nation of Islam was a popular inspiration for numerous thinking-man's rap groups during the early '90s, and Brand Nubian was arguably the finest of the more militant crop. Although they were strongly related to the Native Tongues posse in style and sound, they weren't technically members, and were less reserved about spotlighting their politics and religion. Their outspokenness led to controversy, on an even larger scale than similarly minded groups like the X-Clan or Poor Righteous...
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One for All, Brand Nubian
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music, R&B/Soul, Rap, Alternative Rap, Hip-Hop
  • Released: Nov 13, 1990
  • Parental Advisory

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