EPMD Week Part 2: Crossover

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From ‘Rap Is Outta Contol’ to ‘Crossover’ to ‘Stay Real’, yep, Eric and Parish were not for selling out. In fact we’re pretty sure they kept it riggedy real from start to finish. Here’s a little treat from the 1992 ‘Crossover’ 12″, ‘Brothers From Brentwood L.I.’ which didn’t appear on any albums and the hard to find ‘Trunk Mix’ of ‘Crossover’.

EPMD ‘Crossover’ (Trunk Mix)

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EPMD ‘Brothers From Brentwood L.I.’

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3 Responses to "EPMD Week Part 2: Crossover"
  1. Reply Rich February 15, 2011 17:37 pm

    Always loved the Brothers… joint. For most crews, introducing the word ‘Bozack’ into the vernacular would be an instant career-best, but the way Parrish flips it into ‘Bohey-ohey-ozack’ is straight transcendant.

  2. Reply Jaz February 16, 2011 22:44 pm

    There was another remix of “Crossover” that was dope as well, “Brothers From Brentwood, L.I.” is an all time fave, love the “Blind Alley” loop and the Nice and Smooth “massive meltdown bring the red tape” sample and of course E and P’s rugged rhymes.

  3. Reply moyinka February 20, 2011 06:39 am

    i still have this. ‘brothers from brentwood l.i.’ would put a lot of the so called random rap efforts to shame. a corker of a record. ‘crossover’ is crap though.

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