Schoolly D & Ice-T To Deliver A Track Together 'The Real Hardcore'

Schoolly D & Ice-T To Deliver A Track Together 'The Real Hardcore'
I probably don't know if you all are still giving earshot to Schoolly D's “P.S.K” song. Ice - T was on brand to remind us about that classic. Maybe we aren't hopping any future collaboration to be inspired across both mastermind Hip-Hop vents. You Know what, Schoolly D desperately mean every words he coughed out during his recent interview that saw him and Murder Master Music Show all together.



The past era of Schoolly actually brought undisputed Hip-Hop moment. His past songs, from various projects has been a success story telling and he had his luxury interview to acknowledge what he invented over some consecutive years.

Ok, Schoolly D don't even know what trully made Hip-Hop genre great. He did it, at least one of the remarkable predesesor alive and Ice - T is putting a green light in front of him.

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“After close to 40 years, when you said I created my own genre or sub-genre, I was like ‘Holy fuckin’ shit I did, didn’t I?'” he said. “I filled my own hole. It was conscious, but it wasn’t conscious. Just now, you saying that, I realized how big it was.

“For somebody to realize that for themselves … they can fill a hole, but it wasn’t directed. It was like, this is who I am and the hole was filled. The hole existed and it needed me. It needed Ice-T. It needed Chuck D. It needed the Beastie Boys, but we didn’t know that. We were just being ourselves and the hole was filled.”



As you can those words sounds great but later set me frenzy immediately he mentioned The Real Hardcore. Guess you wonder what means. The Real Hardcore is a sealed song that might soon surface online. Schoolly revealed the song been on in studio, hopefully guesting Ice T and two rappers like Public Enemy’s Chuck D and Slipknot’s Sid Wilson.

“I had the track done and Ice-T said, ‘Send it to me and I will see if I can do something’ and later on that night, he sent back the lyrics and this muthafucka was stankin,” he explains. “When he sent me the lyrics, it was definitely magic and hard work. Then Chuck D heard that we did the song together. He called me and was like, Dude, what the fuck? I wanna be on the album.’

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“When Chuck sent the introduction, it just became magic. It’s us talkin’ but us not talkin’ about the music made the music so much better. We needed to do something special. We wanted people to be like, ‘Goddamn that was worth 30 years to wait for! I’m happy that it happened.”

What do you think, the song is under pre-order and you can check out while we wait.

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