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Screwball - Y2K

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  1. Feb 07,  · Y2K The Album, an Album by Screwball. Released 8 February on Tommy Boy (catalog no. TBCD ; CD). Genres: East Coast Hip Hop, Hardcore Hip Hop, Boom Bap/5(5).
  2. Screwball - Y2K Lyrics. When the smoke clears You know who gon' be there When the smoke clear yo That's all we got to tell y'all right now Y'all know who gon' be st.
  3. Y2K: The Album is the debut album of the Queensbridge hip-hop group, Screwball, released on Tommy Boy Records in early following the controversial single "Who Shot Rudy?". The album features a wide arrange of guests and producers including Mobb Deep, Cormega, Pete Rock, DJ Genre: Hip-Hop.
  4. Y2K Lyrics: When the smoke clears / You know who gon' be there / When the smoke clear yo / Thats all we got to tell y'all right now / Y'all know who gon' be standing there right / See its our.
  5. Y2K is surprisingly tight for a virtually unknown group, and Screwball's underground status makes them aggressive for mainstream acceptance. This may be why their lyrical content is so narrowly focused, however, the foursome exude a lot of energy and the album's positives far outweigh the negatives/5(22).
  6. With the debut of their full-length CD, Y2K, Screwball continued to illustrate harrowing tales of coming of age in New York, specifically in the Queensbridge section of the Bronx. Their style is immediate and unrelenting; their stories are vivid and graphic.8/
  7. Jan 01,  · “H.O.S.T.Y.L.E.”, while the emcee’s solo endeavor bumps with the most bangability then any other track, Y2K is solid as the lyrical brick these 4 men throw at you. Screwball are credit deserving masters of their craft.
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  9. Apr 27,  · Followed by the enjoyable yet inferior sophomore effort Loyalty in , Screwball’s Y2K is the group’s permanent tag on rap’s hardcore “wall of fame’, and you’d be hard-pressed to find an album with as much grime and rugged-appeal released after /

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