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Performer: Count Bass D
Title: The Risktakers
Released: 2011
Style: Hip Hop
Rating: 4.5/5
Format: MP3 FLAC WMA APE AA MMF AIFF WAV MPC
FLAC size: 1411 mb | MP3 size: 1691 mb | WMA size: 1309 mb

Count Bass D was born on August 25, 1973, and was raised in The Bronx and Canton Ohio. At the age of four his father, a West Indian minister, encouraged him to play music at his church. Count thereafter learned to play the piano, organ, drums and bass. He then started gaining interest in hip hop, becoming better at rhyming while rapping with friends. In his late teens, Count Bass D enrolled at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, to take advantage of the school's instruments to finish his demo tape. In 2011, Count and rapper Insight the Truncator, released a collaborative record called The Risktakers. com, although it appears as though this site has now purchased the domain name.

Count Bass D & Insight (2) Are The Risktakers - The Risktakers ‎(CD, Album).

Artist : Count Bass D & Insight Album : The Risktakers Track : Second Ambush. All materials, content and forms contained on this channel are the intellectual property of their respective owners. LITTLE BIG - ДАЙ МНЕ СВОИ ДЕНЬГИ (feat.

Album · 2011 · 16 Songs. Both well-established emcees and producers in their own right, Count Bass D and Insight are among the underground's most consistently impressive artists. Based in Atlanta (previously Nashville) and Boston respectively, both have deep discographies and have never succumbed to the usual indie-rap clichés. They prefer to do their own things, regardless of what sounds are hot at the time. The Risk Takers is their first collaborative project but hopefully not their last. Their disparate rhyme styles (Count with the mellow flow and Insight bringing the fast-rap attack) work perfectly together,.

Says Count Bass D to portray Insight and the genesis of this album. The Risk Takers" celebrates the style of two MC's & Producers, in a mood of positive emulation. The Risk Takers" doesn't care about mainstream as much as underground. Those terms are both overworked. They are the reverses of the same piece. Underground is doing the same calculation than the mainstream with its scenes, tags, cliches. We wanted to escape from that.

The best album by Count Bass D is Dwight Spitz which is ranked number 30,695 in the overall greatest album chart with a total rank score of 22. Count Bass D is ranked number 12,633 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 34. Product Details.

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The Risktakers released. In the Loop Partie Deux. BEGBORROWSTEEL is a LP by American hip hop artist and t Count Bass D, his third LP. It was released on August 21, 2005 on Jazzy Sport. The LP was first released in Japan on Octave, on February 21, 2004. The Japan release includes four exclusive bonus tracks. It was released in Germany on RAMP Recordings the same year as a two-vinyl packaging, one containing the original album and the second containing the instrumentals of each song. The album released again in Germany with three new tracks added, and "Like a Pimp" omitted.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Which One (Remix)
2 War
3 In Change
4 Risk Taker
5 Not My Style
6 Sight Boom Blam
7 Snakes
8 King Of Life
9 Seem Phoney
10 Seize The Moment
11 Dinner Is Served
Featuring – Dagha
12 Be Rocking It
Featuring – Pacewon
13 Break Suckas
14 Second Ambush
15 Leverage Of Combat
Featuring – Kool Keith
16 Which One

Credits

  • Producer – Count Bass D (tracks: 8, 9), Dr. Singe* (tracks: 15), Insight (tracks: 1 to 7, 10 to 14, 16)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 3 700604 700821
  • Barcode (String): 3700604700821


Comments (1)
Quttaro
Such a brilliant LP. Probably my fav of 2011 some real heavy joints go down.Count Basses voice plays against insights brilliantly creating magic. Would have been nice to have it immortalised alongside the other great hiphop lp`s on the vinyl shelf.