Track List


How Nice I Am

KRIS Beat ’93

For The Family

The Boys

Lord Jazz hit Me One Time

Return of The Life

Fundamentals (Real Live Remix)

Strawberry Lemonade

Some Ole Sah B Shh

What Im After (K-Def Remix)

K To The Def (Introduction)

A Threat To Society

Creeping Out

A Message From Biz

Almost There

Lean Wit’ Me

My Funky Soul Experience

Driving Around With Da Funk

Syncopated Funk

Sounds Like … But It’s Not

The Day Before The Storm

Shakin’ Off The Haters

Getting’ Into The Funk

On Something (Skit)

Untouchable Funk Lesson

A Testament To The Craft (Interlude)

Trouble In The Garden State

A Message From Jim & Larry O

Speakers Were Up Loud

Reminiscent Of The Golden Era

Gotta Get Away ft. Damu The Fudgemunk & AG (DITC)


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Going through that process brings us K-def’s new album, The Way It Was. The title sums it up. Instead talking about dues he paid and the roots of his skill set, The Way it Was is a living demonstration for younger listeners who grew up after the 90’s and his core fans who remember the days of his Lords of the Underground, Real Live, Mic Geronimo and World Renown productions like yesterday. Though mostly instrumental, frequent collaborator Blu appears on 3 tracks. Blu was inspired to record the socially aware, “The Boys” and the lively “Strawberry Lemonade” (featuring Damu the Fudgemunk and newcomer Kunal) after hearing K-Def’s original demo cassettes. At 11 tracks, “The Way It Was” is a must have for 90’s fans. It IS exactly “what it was”.

For the label, K-Def is an exception. His latest offering entitled “The Unpredictable Gemini” (1 of 2 new albums released simultaneously), is a fully instrumental opus into the mind and soul of one of hip hop’s greatest producers. The Unpredictable Gemini showcases his evolving style and genre pioneering tricks and techniques he continues to refine through the use of his unique production tools. Keeping this project very close to heart and classified from the public over the last 3 years, K meticulously produced, composed, arranged, mixed and mastered well over 100 tracks before making executive decisions on this album he wants the world to hear.