October 13, 2010 by Post Team
Inspectah Deck, There were a handful of titles that come out of Tuesday evening (Oct. 12) BET Hip-Hop Awards, including some big wins for Nicki Minaj and Salt-N-Pepa. But the moment that really raised eyebrows and sent people running on their computer was when Wu-Tang Clan member Raekwon took the microphone to spit a few bars. In the middle of its sales, he paused for a tribute. “Yo stop the prime minister of music,” he said DJ Premier, who provided beats for his freestyle. “Yo rest in peace my brother Wu, Inspectah Deck.”
If Inspectach Deck (born Jason Hunter) died without anyone knowing? It seemed impossible that one of the most underrated and revered New York hip-hop first group could slip so quietly, but perhaps everyone has missed the boat. After all, Deck has made a career of floating under the radar and quietly devastating follow after the beach with his strong, aggressive wordplay.
However, it turned out that the first part of the statement was so shocking that Raekwon most everyone missed the second part of it. Rae referenced his “old Earth”, which is actually a reference to the mother platform, which recently passed. Deck itself is alive and working on new music for an album called The Rebellion (which should out in early 2011). We latest from the plate earlier this year when he fell Manifesto, a collection of jams killer who used knives lyrical MC’s fly all over the tracks (several of which were produced by bridge it oneself – is a producer and underestimated). Alight at “The Champion” first thing this morning, and rest assured that Lieutenant lyrical Wu would hit as he remembers his mother fondly.
Please feel free to send if you have any questions regarding this post , you can contact on
Disclaimer: The views expressed on this site are that of the authors and not necessarily that of U.S.S.POST.