Schoolly D Talks 30 Years Of “P.S.K.” [VIDEO]

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Schoolly D & DJ Code Money Break Down The Finer Points Of Golden Era Rap To Celebrate The 30th Anniversary Of "PSK."

Schoolly D & DJ Code Money Break Down The Finer Points Of Golden Era Rap To Celebrate The 30th Anniversary Of "PSK."

Schoolly D and DJ Code Money break down the finer points of Golden Era rap to celebrate the 30th anniversary reissue of “P.S.K. What Does It Mean?,” which landed back in November for Record Store Day.

Chronicling the rise of the iconic recording heralded by many as the first gangsta rap release, the pair dissect the feel of Philadelphia in the ’80s, drop science on the city’s hip-hop scene and explain how those times created the anthemic 1985 cut with the unforgettable TR-909 rhythm, named for the Park Side Killas.

Check the footage below to view the full interview with Fatnice at Philly’s Brewerytown Beats. Purchase the “P.S.K.” Record Store Day reissue vinyl via BTB or over at UGHH.com.

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