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Posted by Scott La Rock 
Scott La Rock
X- Clan
March 18, 2006 04:53AM
You all talk of Krs one. Conscious music.

Anyone remember the X-Clan ?
Brother J and Professor X ?

Professor X has died .
We must remember these messenjahs. Back in the day X-clan was one of the groups that help put me on my eye opening journey.

respect to the X-clan.
Professor X thank you. You gone but the music lasts for I ver .

oh yes Brother J is still doing his thing

www.darksunrecordings.com


And while Im saying names.
Wise Intelligent (Poor Righteous Teachers) is still doing his thing.
He is the one who informed me of Professor X. Respect to him!

Strength to all
Scott

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Re: X- Clan
March 18, 2006 04:56AM
Vaaaaaaaaaaaanglorious.... the red the black the green

i recall writing a review of thier cd for out local alt newsweekly. good group. a
Re: X- Clan
March 18, 2006 10:30AM
X-Clan recently opened here in Portland for Damien Marley, I bleev it was... last time he was through, at Roseland Theater



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Re: X- Clan
March 19, 2006 12:03PM
Special Tribute Mix For Professor X:

[odeo.com]

Ernie P's Professor X Tribute:
[www.daveyd.com]

The untimely passing of Lumumba "Professor X, The Overseer" Carson is a WAKE UP Call
to all open intelligent minds. Step up!

Let his Fire be the spark to the flames of action and passion be the driving force to GET US FREE!

Paradise (The Architech) X-Clan
Yabby You fan
Re: X- Clan
March 19, 2006 02:48PM
"This is protected by the Red, the Black, and the Green. You siiiiiiiiiiiiisies!"

"What's Up G?"

Yeah, the X-Clan were one of the best hip-hop acts ever, their Exodus album is one of the most creative and best hip-hop albums ever (nuf respect to "To the East Blackwards" as well). They were there at a time when hip-hop had something to say, and the strive for new creativity was the lifeblood of the music. I won't even say or mention anything about todays hip-pop.

I thought I heard it was their DJ that passed, not Professor X. When did this happen? As you can tell, I've been out of listening to hip-hop since the early 90s...

Yabby You fan
Scott La Rock
Re: X- Clan
March 19, 2006 02:59PM
Thank you for that tribute post .


Brought back GOoD memories.


Strength to all
Scott

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