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Blaq Poet

Blaq Poet was first heard in the track "Beat You Down" from the Bridge Wars during 1987, a diss song towards KRS-One and Boogie Down Productions.[2] At that time Poet was at least 17 years old, as stated in a 2009 radio interview. During 1991, Poet and DJ Hot Day made a duo called PhD and released their debut album, Without Warning on Tuff City Records. They released after that album several 12 inch singles and an EP until 1996 when they parted ways due to being unable to find another record label. Poet went onto teaming up with KL, Hostyle and Solo, creating the group Screwball. They released two albums and a compilation together before Poet went solo with the street album Rewind: Deja Screw, released 2006. The album featured production from DJ Premier amongst others. Poet later on signed to DJ Premier's Year Round Record label and released his second album, Tha Blaqprint in 2009 with the majority production coming from DJ Premier and guest appearances from the likes of Lil' Fame and N.O.R.E. as well as labelmates NYGz and Nick Javas. On the remix version of Ain't Nuthing Changed, a single from Tha Blaqprint, he collaborated with west coast rappers MC Eiht and Young Maylay. In 2010 he featured on parisian producer & rapper VENOM "vigilantes" 12 inch single, title remixed by DJ Premier. Blaq Poet is currently working on an album with producers Stu Bangas from Guns-N-Butter, and Vanderslice to be released on Stu's label Brutal Music. In 2007, Poet appeared on the track "Victory", on KRS-One and Marley Marl's 2007 album Hip Hop Lives, which was released as proof that The Bridge Wars had ended.

Blaq Poet ‎– "Poet Has Come / A Message From Poet"
Year Round Incorporated ‎– YRI-03-20011
Vinyl, 12"
Hip Hop
Thug Rap
A1 Poet Has Come (Clean)
A2 Poet Has Come (Street)
A3 Poet Has Come (TV)
B1 A Message From Poet (Clean)
B2 A Message From Poet (Street)
B3 A Message From Poet (TV)
B4 A Message From Poet (Acapella)
Producer – DJ Premier

"Rewind: Deja Screw"
Studio album by Blaq Poet
Released 2006
Recorded 2004-2006
Genre Hip hop
Label Traffic Entertainment
Producer 45 Scientific, DJ Premier, Blaq Poet, The Alchemist, Easy Mo Bee
Blaq Poet chronology
Without A Warning
(1991) Rewind: Deja Screw
(2006) Tha Blaqprint
Singles from Rewind: Deja Screw
"Poet Has Come"
Released: 2003
"Watch Your Back"
Released: 2006
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating 3.5/5 stars link
"Rewind: Deja Screw" is the first studio album by American Queensbridge hip hop rapper Blaq Poet since 1991's Without A Warning together with producer DJ Hot Day. Released in early 2006 through Traffic Entertainment, the album features a mix of old and new verses by Poet over all new beats, hence the title. The three main producers are 45 Scientifik from France, DJ Premier, and Blaq Poet himself, although Easy Mo Bee and Alchemist both contribute a track each. Poet's cousin, KL, who died in early 2008, makes three appearances on the LP.

Track listing[edit]
No. Title Producer Length
1. "Bang This" DJ Premier 3:09
2. "Ghetto Shit" 45 Scientific 3:40
3. "Message from Poet" DJ Premier 2:51
4. "Bomb Shit" (featuring KL, J Roc & Verse) 45 Scientific 4:36
5. "Bloody Mess" The Alchemist 4:01
6. "Watch Your Back" DJ Premier 3:35
7. "The Cash" 45 Scientific 3:18
8. "My Nigga" (featuring Team Shug) Blaq Poet 3:39
9. "What Ya'll Gonna Do?" 45 Scientific 3:40
10. "Poet Has Come" DJ Premier 4:06
11. "You Fucked Up" Easy Mo Bee 3:36
12. "After All This Time" 45 Scientific 3:28
13. "Rhyme Crime Boss" Blaq Poet, DJ Sincere 4:06
14. "Hard to Believe" 45 Scientific 3:27
15. "Psycho" Blaq Poet 3:03
16. "Still Flippin'" 45 Scientific 3:23
17. "The Cash Pt. 2" Blaq Poet 3:02
18. "Mind of a Criminal" (featuring Teflon, KL & J Roc) 45 Scientific 3:52