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Blaq Poet – “Ain’t Nuttin’ Changed” (Queensbridge To California Remix) feat. MC Eiht & Young Malay (High Quality Version) Poet Teams With LA Emcees For Bi-Coastal Collaboration

Blaq Poet – “Ain’t Nuttin’ Changed” (Queensbridge To California Remix) feat. MC Eiht & Young Malay (High Quality Version) Poet Teams With LA Emcees For Bi-Coastal Collaboration

The Song:

By now, you’ve undoubtedly heard the original song; maybe you even heard the radio rip of this very remix. Well now Blaq Poet and the good folks over at Year Round Records are proud to bring you the official, high quality version of the “Ain’t Nuttin’ Changed” Queensbridge To California Remix. Joining the Queensbridge emcee for the remix are Los Angeles, California natives MC Eiht and Young Malay. Featuring the same classic, hardcore beat courtesy of DJ Premier, MC Eiht, Young Malay, and Poet rhyme brand new verses, giving a fresh, bi-coastal look to an already great song.

Also, make sure to catch MC Eiht and Malay as they make a rare and special east coast trip to perform alongside Blaq Poet at his album release party for Tha Blaqprint, to be held at S.O.B.’s on June 30.

Like what you hear? Keep up with Blaq Poet and other artists like Freddie Foxxx, Ill Bill, and Black Milk on the Fat Beats Blog where you can learn about upcoming performances, releases, and in-store appearances.

Also, check out this video on the history of Fat Beats Records, bringing you fresh, independent hip hop since 1994.

The Background:

Blaq Poet, a Queensbridge, NY native, first made a name for himself in 1987, entering his name into the legendary battle of Queens vs. The Bronx with his song “Beat You Down,” a scathing attack on KRS-One. Later, honoring a dead friend and namesake, he formed the hardcore rap group Screwball, comprised of other QB spitters Hostyle, Solo, and Poet’s cousin KL. Elsewhere, he appeared on the anthemic LP Nas Presents Queensbridge’s Finest, alongside Jungle and Cormega on “Straight Outta Q.B.” Blaq Poet’s refusal to dilute his subject matter or soften his cadence attracted the interest of rap’s most legendary producer, DJ Premier. Preemo, along with fellow luminaries Pete Rock and Marley Marl, laced Screwball’s Y2K album with Poet’s beloved boom-bap. A second album, Loyalty, would follow the next year, thereafter the Screwed Up compilation in 2004. Premier also lent his sonic signature to Poet’s 2006 solid solo debut, Rewind: Deja Screw. Preemo then inked Blaq Poet to his own Year Round Records label. Blaq Poet’s new album, Tha Blaqprint, will be available June 30th from Year Round Records via Fat Beats Distribution.
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Ain’t Nuttin’ Changed” Remix Feat. MC Eiht and Malay

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