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- Posted on Oct 14th 2007 1:00PM by Benjy Eisen
On Friday at the inaugural Echo Project just outside of
Immediately before taking the stage, Slick Rick told Spinner that fronting a live band helps his music "reach a broader audience," even though it can be hard to get it to sound as slick as pre-recorded tracks.
Midway through the set, GZA further bonded with the audience by pointing to the empty photo pit and asking, "Why do they always shut down the press after two songs? We don't need that s--- empty! Let security know that we're cool with [people being there]." Meanwhile, GZA's fellow MC, Dready Kruger, wore a shirt that read, "F--- Security."
But in the front-of-house, the crowd was far too mellow to cause incidents. Guess the rappers are still adjusting to that broader audience.