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9 thoughts on “ Death Blow - Kool Moe Dee - Funke Funke Wisdom (CD, Album)

  1. Kool Moe Dee's fourth album, Funke Funke Wisdom was a bit of a disappointment when compared to his earlier successes, and Jive/RCA dropped him after releasing his Greatest Hits package in Hardly washed up, though, Dee recorded a Treacherous 3 reunion album in and signed to DJ Easy Lee's label for the album Interlude.
  2. Kool Moe Dee's popularity had faded cosiderably by , when Jive/RCA released Funke Funke Wisdom. This is hardly his finest hour. Featuring socio-political commentators Chuck D (Public Enemy's leader) and KRS-One, the inspiring "Rise N' Shine" is a amhiehenpaculleospatfizzsimisralax.coinfo most of the album falls short of that song's excellence, and Dee often sounds like he's coasting on his talent.
  3. Kool Moe Dee discography; Studio albums: 5: Compilation albums: 3: Singles: This is the discography of Kool Moe Dee, an American recording artist from New York, NY.. A former the Treacherous Three member, Kool Moe Dee has released five solo studio albums, three compilation albums, thirty-four singles (including seventeen as featured artist).
  4. Funke, Funke Wisdom is the fourth solo studio album by American recording artist Kool Moe Dee from the Treacherous Three. It was released in via Jive Records, making it the rapper's final /5(17).
  5. Jun 04,  · Standout Tracks: Funke Wisdom, Poetic Justice, Gangsta Boogie, Times Up, and Bad,Bad,Bad show Kool Moe Dee at his best. Death Blow is the nail in the coffin to LL Cool J as Kool Moe Dee dices up a pop icon who sold out ages ago/5(9).
  6. The sixth (and final) entry into the feud between L.L. Cool J and Kool Moe Dee. The previous entries were: Kool Moe Dee – “How Ya Like Me Now” from How Ya Like Me Now () LL.
  7. Kool Moe Dee - Funke Funke Wisdom music CD album at CD Universe, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping.
  8. Jun 28,  · The song peaked at #17 on the Hot Rap Singles chart. Kool Moe Dee responded with the song "Death Blow" from the album Funke, Funke Wisdom. The song's lyrics were sampled in .
  9. Production of the record was handled by Teddy Riley, Dale Hogan, Keith Spencer and Kool Moe Dee. The album peaked at #72 on the Billboard [4] and #19 on Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. [5] It spawned three singles: "How Kool Can One Black Man Be", "Death Blow" and "Rise 'N' Shine".

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