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The Legend of Tashan Dorrsett

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Download links and information about The Legend of Tashan Dorrsett by Kool Keith. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Soul genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 45:01 minutes.

Artist: Kool Keith
Release date: 2011
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Soul
Tracks: 12
Duration: 45:01
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. The Legend of Tashan Dorrsett (Prelude) 1:58
2. New S**** (Dj Junkaz Lou Remix) [feat. Champ] 3:36
3. Supa Supreme (Marley Marl Remix) 4:16
4. Flow Smooth (DJ Junkaz Lou Remix) [feat. Ced Gee] 3:50
5. The Real Beginner (Ariel 'the Cartel' Caban Remix) [feat. Chem] 4:34
6. Above the Sea Level (Agallah Don Bishop Remix) 4:05
7. Tashan Dorrsett ... (Domingo Remix) 3:46
8. Track Runner (Tr Love Remix) [feat. Marc Live, Raaddrr Van & Tr Love] 3:48
9. Glamour Life (DJ Junkaz Lou Remix) [feat. Marc Live] 3:39
10. Booty Clap (Mr. Sche Remix) [feat. Big Sche Eastwood] 5:17
11. Black Lagoon (Domingo Remix) 2:34
12. Magnetic Junkadelic (DJ Junkaz Lou Remix) 3:38

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One of the most charismatic, unpredictable, and unique emcees in hip-hop history, Kool Keith has been bugging out on the mic practically since day one. His first group, Ultramagnetic MCs, basically rewrote the script for '80s-era rappers, introducing a super-lyrical style into the game. In 1996, he teamed up with Q*bert, Automator, and KutMasta Kurt for the hugely popular Dr. Octagon project, and he's been going off ever since, releasing more than a dozen additional solo albums that run the gamut from absolutely essential classics to borderline unlistenable, WTF?-inducing experiments. The Legend of Tashan Dorsett falls somewhere in the middle. Released in 2011, it's a remixed version of his earlier Tashan Dorsett joint, with revamped production from the likes of Marley Marl, DJ Junkaz Lou, Domingo, TR Love, Mr. Sche, and Ariel "The Cartel" Caban. As usual, Keith's stream-of-consciousness wordplay is all over the place, mixing sexual and scatological references into densely wound inside jokes, comical disses, and societal observations as the beatmakers set the tone.