Continuing on into further levels of rap-nerdism, our guys Cipha Sounds & Peter Rosenberg courted hip-hop OG Dante Ross to share a gang of his early rap stories. As one of the few white guys that was around the early 90s rap scene in New York, Dante produced, executive produced and A&R’d a number projects Brand Nubian, Grand Puba, Pete Rock and C.L. Smooth, MF Doom, Busta Rhymes, and countless others. His resume ranges from Pete Rock & CL Smooth “T.R.O.Y.” to Carlos Santana feat. Everlast “Put Your Lights On” and everything in between. His stories of ODB coming to drop a deuce at his house, stopping fights in NYC, growing up with the Beasties and so much are unforgettable. You really need to lock into this because is it LONG.
Via Miss Info.