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Kool Moe Dee - Knowledge Is King (CD, Album)

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  2. While street rap and pop rap would soon split into two separate categories, Kool Moe Dee’s Knowledge Is King was one of the last records to bridge those two worlds. After engaging by the pop genius of a teenage Teddy Riley, Moe Dee reached a mainstream audience with “They Want Money,” “Get the Picture,” and “The Avenue,” but he never sacrificed his edge.
  3. What was true of How Ya Like Me Now is certainly true of Kool Moe Dee's third solo album, Knowledge Is King -- the hardcore rapper spends too much time boasting and doesn't devote enough time to his real strength: meaningful storytelling.6/
  4. It was released in via Jive Records, and produced by Teddy Riley, Bryan "Chuck" New, LaVaba Mallison, Pete Q. Harris, Robert Wells and Kool Moe Dee. The album peaked at number 83 on the Billboard , number 20 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and sold over , copies.
  5. Appears as a B-side to Kool Moe Dee’s song “No Respect.” It was later released on his album “Knowledge Is King” as a hidden track, and was also included on his Greatest Hits.
  6. Kool Moe Dee was part of a seminal Hip Hop group from the 's called The Treacherous Three. From these recordings you could tell that Kool Moe Dee had potential to be a breakout star. He is the inventor of more rhyme formulas than anyone else in rap history/5(19).
  7. Label: Jive - ND ,Jive - ND • Format: CD Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Hip Hop • Kool Moe Dee - Knowledge Is King (, CD) | Discogs Explore/5(3).
  8. Kool Moe Dee released his second album, How Ya Like Me Now which was his most successful album commercially, achieving platinum status. He then went on to release his third album, Knowledge Is King in , which went gold.
  9. Kool Moe Dee's fourth album, Funke Funke Wisdom was a bit of a disappointment when compared to his earlier successes, and Jive/RCA dropped him after releasing his Greatest Hits package in Hardly washed up, though, Dee recorded a Treacherous 3 reunion album in and signed to DJ Easy Lee's label for the album Interlude.

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