Kool Moe Deeauf Napsteranhören

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Über Kool Moe Dee

An original member of the Treacherous Three, Kool Moe Dee was a much-respected emcee with an aggressive, no-BS style that was unlike many of the old school party rappers. T3 released some classic singles, including "Body Rock," before breaking up in the mid-eighties. Dee took some time off to get a degree, then came back hard in '86 with "Go See The Doctor," produced by a young Teddy Riley. His second album How Ya Like Me Now took aim at LL Cool J, spawning a legendary war of words between the two. Dee released a total of five albums between '86 and '94, and was also featured on the epic posse cut "Stop The Violence."

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Kool Moe Deeauf Napsteranhören

An original member of the Treacherous Three, Kool Moe Dee was a much-respected emcee with an aggressive, no-BS style that was unlike many of the old school party rappers. T3 released some classic singles, including "Body Rock," before breaking up in the mid-eighties. Dee took some time off to get a degree, then came back hard in '86 with "Go See The Doctor," produced by a young Teddy Riley. His second album How Ya Like Me Now took aim at LL Cool J, spawning a legendary war of words between the two. Dee released a total of five albums between '86 and '94, and was also featured on the epic posse cut "Stop The Violence."

Über Kool Moe Dee

An original member of the Treacherous Three, Kool Moe Dee was a much-respected emcee with an aggressive, no-BS style that was unlike many of the old school party rappers. T3 released some classic singles, including "Body Rock," before breaking up in the mid-eighties. Dee took some time off to get a degree, then came back hard in '86 with "Go See The Doctor," produced by a young Teddy Riley. His second album How Ya Like Me Now took aim at LL Cool J, spawning a legendary war of words between the two. Dee released a total of five albums between '86 and '94, and was also featured on the epic posse cut "Stop The Violence."

Über Kool Moe Dee

An original member of the Treacherous Three, Kool Moe Dee was a much-respected emcee with an aggressive, no-BS style that was unlike many of the old school party rappers. T3 released some classic singles, including "Body Rock," before breaking up in the mid-eighties. Dee took some time off to get a degree, then came back hard in '86 with "Go See The Doctor," produced by a young Teddy Riley. His second album How Ya Like Me Now took aim at LL Cool J, spawning a legendary war of words between the two. Dee released a total of five albums between '86 and '94, and was also featured on the epic posse cut "Stop The Violence."

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