Interview: DJ Lord Jazz Speaks Next Lords Of the Underground Album

HipHop News Posted on January 22, 2020 at 4:27am

Interview: DJ Lord Jazz Speaks Next Lords Of the Underground Album

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Miami, Florida – The platinum-selling trio of DoItAll, Mr. Funke and DJ Lord Jazz (collectively known as the Lords Of The Underground) rose to fame in the decade of the 90s, with their first two albums spawning of the post-Golden Era essentials "Chief Rocka" and "Tic Toc" — among others.

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Despite its third and fourth releases, which fell in 1999 and 2007, respectively, may have slipped under the mainstream radar, the group (now in its 27 years) has remained very active.

After the release of their latest album, the house Of Lords, the trio all worked on solo releases — Doitall 2010 of the American Du project (which includes the Pete Rock-produced "Surrender") is the first. Lord Jazz of 2012, The Plain Dealer, was the next, followed by Mr. Funke of the Deus Ex Machina Pt 1, who fell in 2017.

Even so, it's been 13 years since fans have come to a collective body of work of the trio. That all changes in 2020 as


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