Blah Blah Blah's 13 tracks proudly waved the flag of the East, featuring hit single "Danger", as well as other bangers such as "Pain I Feel", "Good Cop/Bad Cop" and "Danger - Part 2" (featuring Smoothe Da Hustler, Trigger Tha Gambler and Wu-Tang affiliate La the Darkman). The combination of PF Cuttin's polished beats and Outloud's aggressive lyrical style made this album a classic for all underground hip-hop heads. Twenty-one years after it's original release, Blahzay Blahzay have teamed up with Italian independent record label Tuff Kong Records to bring back their legendary "Blah Blah Blah" LP.
- 1 Intro
- 2 Blah, Blah, Blah
- 3 Medina's in Da House
- 4 Danger - Part 2 (Feat. La the Darkman, Smoothe Da Hustler, Trigger Tha Gambler)
- 5 Don't Let This Rap Shit Fool You
- 6 Pain I Feel
- 7 Posse Jumpa (Feat. La the Darkman, Mental Magician)
- 8 Maniac Cop
- 9 Good Cop / Bad Cop
- 10 Sendin' Dem Back
- 11 Long Winded (Feat. Mental Magician, Verbal Fist, Verbal Hoods)
- 12 Jackpot
- 13 Danger
Showing why they are legendary in a sense. “Blah Blah Blah” the album can easily go down as an underground classic. The rhythmic raw flow is one you can sit back and just let roll off the beat; insightful words, rhyme patterns, and golden era God flows. This is the type of album you find in the back of the crate and it becomes a new favorite.