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J-Blast & The 100% Proof

One-off spoof vendors significant for articulate ‘dissing’ of De La Soul. ‘Break Ya Dawn’ was a particular strike on Prince End up being and his cohorts, released, tellingly more than enough, for the Geek St label, in 1992. It had been introduced by an example of UK disk jockey Bruno Brookes using completely forced language such as for example ‘peacefulness’ and ‘respect’, prior to the clothing attacked Prince End up being and a bunch of various other ‘pseuds’. Although of UK roots, the protagonists identities continued to be concealed, until J Blast continued to become listed on the Researchers Of Sound.