Twist And Shout

Papoose first jumped on the scene in '98 as a guest feature on "Home Sweet Home," taken from the legendary Kool G Rap's sophomore solo effort, Roots of Evil. But it was his work with DJ Kay Slay that made Pap a staple in the New York rap scene. Now after 20 plus years in the game, Papoose is calling it quits. But not before releasing his "one a month" album series. Each album is aptly titled with the month of the year and features some of the most adept emcees and producers in the game. For the third installment, March, Papoose handles all the rhyming himself except for the appearance from his wife Remy Ma on the track, "Smack." Some of the producers Pap has been using on the past monthly volumes are back like Cool & Dre and JR Swiftz, but he also brings in heavyweights DJ Premier and Pete Rock on a couple joints as well as a few others.
Papoose first jumped on the scene in '98 as a guest feature on "Home Sweet Home," taken from the legendary Kool G Rap's sophomore solo effort, Roots of Evil. But it was his work with DJ Kay Slay that made Pap a staple in the New York rap scene. Now after 20 plus years in the game, Papoose is calling it quits. But not before releasing his "one a month" album series. Each album is aptly titled with the month of the year and features some of the most adept emcees and producers in the game. For the third installment, March, Papoose handles all the rhyming himself except for the appearance from his wife Remy Ma on the track, "Smack." Some of the producers Pap has been using on the past monthly volumes are back like Cool & Dre and JR Swiftz, but he also brings in heavyweights DJ Premier and Pete Rock on a couple joints as well as a few others.
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March
Artist: Papoose
Format: Vinyl
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Papoose first jumped on the scene in '98 as a guest feature on "Home Sweet Home," taken from the legendary Kool G Rap's sophomore solo effort, Roots of Evil. But it was his work with DJ Kay Slay that made Pap a staple in the New York rap scene. Now after 20 plus years in the game, Papoose is calling it quits. But not before releasing his "one a month" album series. Each album is aptly titled with the month of the year and features some of the most adept emcees and producers in the game. For the third installment, March, Papoose handles all the rhyming himself except for the appearance from his wife Remy Ma on the track, "Smack." Some of the producers Pap has been using on the past monthly volumes are back like Cool & Dre and JR Swiftz, but he also brings in heavyweights DJ Premier and Pete Rock on a couple joints as well as a few others.
        
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