I Deed It is a new series where David Ma will provide oral histories of some of history's greatest rap songs. Up first is the epochal Oakland crew's 1998 single.
In advance of Sept. 3rd's "Hiero Day," David Ma talks with Casual and Domino about the making of their prolific album, Fear Itself.
Casual – “Tua Ra” January 7, 2010
If Casual was employed full-time in the Egyptian Wing of the Met, I would move to New York and devise a scheme similar to the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler. This is the level of dedication I would hope to see from someone in a crew called Hieroglyphics. Via Grandgood
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