Sadat X feat Ras Kass, Guilty Simpson & Cadillac Dale

The Kaboodlz Record Label

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Sadat X feat Ras Kass, Guilty Simpson & Cadillac Dale “Yesterday”

New York native Sadat X has released over 12 solo albums but made his biggest dent in hip-hop culture with the legendary group Brand Nubian (Lord Jamar and Grand Puba).  Their debut 1990 album One For All (Elektra) is considered one the best hip-hop albums of 1990s.  

Detroit’s Guilty Simpson made his first splash in hip-hop has a member of the Almighty Dreadnaughtz.  Since then he’s went on the sign with Stones Throw Records and collab with notable producers Apollo Brown and Madlib. 

Ras Kass is known as one of the most lyrical emcees to emerge from California. He’s released 5 solo projects and has worked with Dr. Dre, Eazy Mo Bee, and Battle Cat.

This trio of hip-hop greats representing the East, Midwest, and East coast have united for the single, “Yesterday.”  “Yesterday”is a nostalgic melodic song that speaks to the hearts and ears of hip-hop yesteryear and simpler times within black culture. “What happened to hearing the ice-cream man when you wasyoung, he was 5 like blocks away/run upstairs get some change, come back downstairs he 3 blocks away/snow cone on the 8th of May,” raps Sadat X.  The 3 emcees take a grown folks approach to hip-hop using bars that matter and substance within the lines. Producer Shuko’s harmonious keys and head nodding drums punctuates the lyrics  perfectly while Detroit’s own Cadillac Dale (from “Soulful Moaning” fame) sings an addictive hook.