KRS-One blew up around the the same time as Kane, however followed a assorted course to stardom, specializing in conscious lyrics and social commentary, first as fragment of the Boogie Down Productions crew alongside unhurried DJ Scott La Rock after which as a solo act. With an in-your-face, hasty-fire attack, KRS pulled no punches on songs comparable to the squealing “Sound of Da Police,” BDP’s “My Philosophy” and “The Bridge Is Over.”
The Verzuz matchup between Big Daddy Kane and KRS-One takes space Sunday (Oct. 17) at 7 p.m. ET. For these unable to head attempting dwell from the Barclays Center, fans can engage the action on the Triller app, FITE TV or the Verzuz TV Instagram account.