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Danny Diablo, ‘Saturday Night': NY Hardcore Legend Covers Underground Rap Classic (VIDEO PREMIERE)

Durty Mick Records

Artist: Danny Diablo
From: Queens, N.Y.
Video: “Saturday Night”
Album: The Blood of Eden
RIYL: Kool G. Rap, Sick of it All, Necro

About the video:

“I did a remake of ‘Saturday Night’ by Philly rapper Schoolly D. He was my favorite MC when I was a young kid. I call him the “Godfather of gangster rap.” He was my first introduction to gangster music in hip hop. The first gangster rap record I bought was ‘P.S.K. What Does it Mean?’ and ‘Gucci Time.'” – Danny Diablo

Watch ‘Saturday Night’ Video

Danny Diablo aka Lord Ezec is legend of the New York hardcore scene, fronting the groups Crown of Thornz, Skarhead and Icepick. On Nov. 27, Diablo will release The Blood of Eden, his latest solo album. Featuring production by DJ Stress and appearances from Rancid‘s Tim Armstrong, Big B, DGAF, Matt Maddox, The DRP, Block McCloud, and others, The Blood of Eden is a Diablo’s tribute to hardcore rap.

The Blood of Eden will hit stores on Nov. 27 via Ill-Roc/Durty Mick Records and available for pre-order at this link.

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