In order to make a masterpiece from a misfire, Zilla Rocca pulls choice records cut by members of group, The Firm, which consisted of Nas, AZ, Foxy Brown, and more. In
Harold Stallworth and his crew roll tight like The Firm. By the time you read this blog, I’ll be rummaging through a TJ Maxx clearance rack, searching for an irregular Chaps sweater to wear to Nas’ Kennedy Center concert. This weekend, barring any unforeseen hiccups, the honorable Kid Wave will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of Illmatic at Washington […]
Nature’s calming voice can be heard on some of DJ Clue’s earliest mixtapes, bringing forth timeless street parables rather than cheap punchlines. He made his bones on New York City’s brutally competitive mid-90s mixtape circuit among the likes of Jadakiss and Canibus. His masterful freestyles would eventually earn him admission into The Firm after Cormega, […]
Intro inscribed illiodically by Zilla Rocca. The Firm’s self-titled album sold a million copies…and was universally considered a colossal failure, so much so that Eminem took a shot at it when he ghostwrote Dre’s verse on “Forgot about Dre”. The project was such a travesty that it fractured the relationship of one the most talented […]