Ol’ Dirty Bastard – Brooklyn Zoo

1995 Elektra Entertainment

Twenty-six years ago, Ol’ Dirty Bastard kicked off his solo rollout with the off-the-wall single “Brooklyn Zoo.”

Long live Ol’ Dirty Bastard, one of the numerous unbelievable emcees to address the Wu-Tang development. Also around this very day in 1995, ODB came through to convey his introduction solo single “Brooklyn Zoo,” a track that has been broadly deified as a work of art. Originating from his acclaimed collection Return To The 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version (the second independent collection to rise out of the Wu-Tang camp after Method Man’s Tical), the squalid and coarse single included Ol’ Dirty at his generally unreasonable, featuring his genuinely extraordinary style as an emcee.

“I’m the small time armed force, Ason, I never been tooken out, I keep MC’s watching out,” he raps, his wild energy detonating over the blast bap creation. “I drop science like Cosby dropping children/Enough to make a ni*ga go off the deep end.” Structurally, ODB picks to just let fly significantly more than one bar, a methodology that should satisfy any long-lasting hip-jump head. Particularly those generally acquainted with Ol’ Dirty, those that actually consider the New York rapper to remain among the most unique lost ones the game has at any point seen. Show an affection to “Brooklyn Zoo,” delivered 26 years prior nevertheless pushing ahead.

Tear ODB!



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