The album was influential during the rest of the 1990s in the reemerging hip-hop scene in New York. PF Cuttin and Out Loud worked behind the scenes for ten years producing tracks for artists such as Masta Ace and Craig G until 1995, when they hit the scene with their hit song "Danger," featuring a sample from Jeru the Damaja's underground hit "Come Clean." Blahzay's album Blah, Blah, Blah' was released August 1996. The track "Danger" was remixed by DJ Rectangle and also by DJ Premier. The original lyrics for the chorus went "When the East is in the house; Oh, my God; Danger!" Dj Rectangle's mix went "When the West is in the House; Oh, my God; Danger!" This caused a mild stir among the hip-hop community. Selected discography * Blah Blah Blah (1996 CD/LP, Fader/Mercury/PolyGram Records 124 093) 1. Intro 2. Blah, Blah, Blah 3.
Medina's In Da House 4. Danger-Part 2 5. Don't Let This Rap Shit Fool You 6. Pain I Feel 7.
Posse Jumpa 8. Maniac Cop 9. Good Cop/Bad Cop 10. Sendin' Dem Back 11.
Long-Winded 12. Jackpot 13. Danger * Federal Reserve Notez (1999 CD-5, Game Recordings)) 1. Federal Reserve Notez 2.
Gee Sums (featuring Mr. Reck) 3. Good For Ya Club * Go Go Go (from Ol' Dirty Bastard's postumous 2005 mixtape Osirus) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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