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Positive K Make it happen

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Hip-Hop was born from? Great? Minds, these minds we’re carrying on tradition and reacting to the times. They spoke truth to power all while living the tenants of peace, love, unity and having fun. Greg Nice of fame is known for his party style raps while Positive K of “I Got A Man” fame, is the champion of voicing men’s plight with the opposite sex. Positive K and Greg Nice have been working hard in the studio to bring the streets some heat “some straight B-Boy Shit”. We’ll get into that in a minute first let’s do the history of these two talented MCs.

 

The Overseer – founding member of the prolific rap group X Clan) signed on to manage the rising star.?  Like a baptism by fire, Carson insisted – if not demanded – that Positive K get up on stage at NYC-famed Latin Quarters night club; a star was born.?  After signing to (then home to ), it would only be a matter of time before Positive K became a household name.

Positive K scored a major rap hit with 1992’s “I Got a Man.” Leading up to that he recorded — “I’m Not Havin’ It,” a duet with MC Lyte– that upped his profile significantly. A guest spot on Grand Puba’s debut album, along with a self-released, Big Daddy Kane-produced single (“Nightshift”), set the stage for The Skills Dat Pay da Bills. 

 GREAT? MINDS the name of the project and name of the collective, if you will boast production from .?  Hip -Hop fans worldwide will be pleased to hear this project. http://Www.greatmindsmusic.com

 

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