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I Got Next


Download links and information about I Got Next by KRS - One. This album was released in 1997 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 51:45 minutes.

Artist: KRS - One
Release date: 1997
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 19
Duration: 51:45
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No. Title Length
1. 1st Quarter - Commentary 0:17
2. 2nd Quarter - Free Throws 2:05
3. The MC 3:15
4. I Got Next / Neva Hadda Gun 4:10
5. Heartbeat (feat. Redman & Angie Martinez) 3:07
6. Step Into a World (Rapture's Delight) 4:49
7. A Friend 4:12
8. H.I.P.H.O.P. 2:10
9. Halftime 0:39
10. 3rd Quarter - Commentary 0:16
11. Klassicks 0:59
12. Blowe (feat. Redman) 3:40
13. The Real Hip-Hop, Pt. II (feat. Mic Vandalz) 3:06
14. Come to da Party 2:10
15. Can't Stop, Won't Stop 3:59
16. Over Ya Head 2:16
17. Just to Prove a Point 3:45
18. 4th Quarter - Free Throws 1:47
19. Step Into a World (Rapture's Delight) [Remix] {feat. Puff Daddy} 5:03



KRS-One had remained a hip-hop leader through several generations of new talent and had proven himself as an artist in a multitude of different ways. Knowing that he'd earned the permanent attention of his peers, he started challenging them anew. I Got Next includes a live spoken-word lecture (“2nd Quarter—Free Throws”), a crawling, near-tipsy piece of jazz poetry (“Over Ya Head”), and a blistering exercise in alternative metal (“Just to Prove a Point”). In that last song, when KRS says he’s “not the type to listen to what everybody will say, but more and more it’s seeming that I can’t trust you anyway,” one gets the feeling that he's referring to an audience whose complacency he's come to resent. Of course, the second golden age of New York hip-hop wasn’t quite over, and I Got Next also delivers a slew of jazzy, shadowy, menacing songs that fit easily alongside classics by Nas and The Wu-Tang Clan. Among these are “A Friend” and the stealthy “Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop,” produced by DJ Muggs.