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9 Comments to Ralph Nader - Prince Paul - Politics Of The Business (CD, Album)

  1. Nikoshura says:
    Heastie: I remember in when Prince was nominated for a Grammy, and although he lost to U2, Bono thanked him for always being so truthful and courageous in his music. He didn’t really care.
  2. Zugore says:
    May 13,  · As a fifteen plus year veteran of the music industry dating back to the days of “3 Feet High and Rising” by De La Soul, Prince Paul knows more than a few things about the “Politics of the Business.” What has he learned from it? Clearly, he’s learned that he’s not a politician, nor does he even WANT to be.
  3. Nikom says:
    Prince Paul, “Ralph Nader” skit, Politics of the Business, Razor & Tie - Indelible MCs (El-P, J-Treds, Juggaknots), "Weight", Lyricist Lounge Vol. 1, Priority Records - , Re-released Jedi Mind Tricks, "Words from Mr. Len 1 & 2", Violent By Design, Landspeed - , Re-released
  4. Gukus says:
    Prince Paul:: Politics of the Business:: Razor & Tie as reviewed by Steve 'Flash' Juon The business of making records is all political. It has less to do with your talent than your ability to be promoted, and less to do with what you know than who you know (or what label you're signed to).
  5. Kagakinos says:
    Jul 29,  · Politics Of The Business · Prince Paul · Chuck D · Ice T Politics Of The Business ℗ New Razor & Tie Enterprises LLC d/b/a Razor & Tie .
  6. Guzragore says:
    May 06,  · Verified Purchase. Prince Paul is an elder statesman in the game. He can easily be relied upon to make great music. For Politics Of The Business, he recruits stellar emcees to make it hot and foresees production that while being a symbol of its /5(21).
  7. Voodoolkis says:
    Politics of the Business Prince Paul. Crhyme Pays/Ralph Nader Lyrics (Missing Lyrics) What I Need (Ft More Prince Paul albums The Redux.
  8. Digor says:
    Dec 01,  · Yep, the same legendary Prince Paul that produced Stetsasonic, De La Soul and the almighty Gravediggaz back in the day. Paul has a hanging new album Politics of the Business about to drop, featuring Dave Chappelle, Kokane, Eric Sermon, Masta Ace and Chris Rock, that totally satires the rap music industry.
  9. Kaziramar says:
    After a four-year hiatus, POLITICS OF THE BUSINESS finds Prince Paul biting the musical hand that's fed him with a string of parody skits mercilessly skewering the symbiotic relationship between hip-hop and the music industry. An all-star roster of guests from the worlds of music and comedy helps the Amityville, NY native achieve his vision/5(24).

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