Foundation is the fourth release from Hip Hop group Brand Nubian. it was released on September 29, 1998. The album marked the reunion of the four original members, Grand Puba, Sadat X, Lord Jamar and DJ Alamo, who hadn't released an album together since their 1990 debut One for All. Foundation saw the group regain their past success, critically and commercially
This album is a testament to the history of Hip Hop music. Original, both lyrically and musically. Sadat X, Lord Jamar and Grand Puba lyrics are alternately thought-provoking and fun; and sonically the albums is dope as well. Brand Nubian‘s All For One should be a mandatory part of any Hip Hop collection. Top tracks: Slow Down Step To The Rear Grand Puba, Positive and . Wake Up. 10. Above The Law - Livin Like Hustlers. D Nice was part of the Boogie Down Productions collective from the beginning and came out with this solo debut in 1990. Some braggadocious tracks, a few more conscious ones – all over solid production by D Nice himself: what’s not to like? Top tracks: Crumbs On The Table The TR 808 Is Coming A Few Dollars More Call Me D Nice.
Discover all Grand Puba's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Ring the Alarm by Tenor Saw (1985). Lover and a Friend by Eddie Bo and Inez Cheatham (1967). Punks Jump Up to Get Beat Down by Brand Nubian (1992). see 3 more connections. Love to the World by .
Up') 7. Grand Puba feat Kid Capri - Back It Up 8. Donny Hathaway - What's Goin' On (sampled in 'Baby What's Your Name') 9. Grand Puba - Baby What's Your Name 10. Gladys Kinight & The Pips - The Way We Were (sampled in 'Who Makes The Loot?') 11. Grand Puba feat Brand New Heavies - Who Makes The Loot? 12. Nathan Davis - Stick Buddy (sampled in 'Ya Know How It Goes') 1. Gladys Knight & The Pips - Don't Burn Down the Bridge (sampled in '360, What Goes Round') 27. Grand Puba - 360, What Goes Round 28. Grand Puba - 360, What Goes Round (SD50 Remix) 29. The Mar-Keys - Grab This Thing (sampled in '360, What Goes Round (SD50 Remix)') 30.
In 2009, Grand Puba released his fourth solo album, Retroactive, featuring production from Q-Tip, Large Professor, Kid Capri as well as fellow Brand Nubians. Puba also appeared on the heavy posse cut "Fresh" together with Cormega, KRS-One, Big Daddy Kane, DJ Red Alert and Parrish Smith of EPMD. On the song "Old School" by Tupac Shakur Grand Puba was sampled and used in the hook. The album was released on September 15,2009, on Battery Records after being shelved for seven years.
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- Arranged By – Grand Puba
- Co-producer – Grand Puba
- Producer – Lord Jamar
- Written-By – Grand Puba
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