KRS One Net Worth $6 Million
KRS-one is a renowned rapper from America. KRS One stands for Knowledge reigns Supreme over nearly everyone. KRS additionally represents the Hindu god, Krishna. He is a follower of Hinduism. Regarded as a celebrated rapper, KRS One was given theLifetime achievement award at the WAGER. He isin support of avegetarian diet. His actual name is Lawrence Krishna Parker.
EARLY LIFE AND LIVELIHOOD
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KRS was born on 20 August 1965 in, the Bronx, Nyc. He left his house at the age of 14 to become a rapper. He lived in a shelter and was greatly influenced by the ‘Hare Krishna’ chanting individuals. He was given the Krisna by his offenders. He then met DJ Scott and they created Boogie Down Production and they released their classic album ‘Criminal minded’ in 1987. Their album Criminal Minded is thought to be a classic. It’s included in the Rolling Stone’s list of the 500 Best artists of all time. The album initiated east coast Gangsta rap. KRS One is believed to be the first rapper to start dissing. KRS One is believed to be the first MC to introduce Jamaican music into Hip Hop. Scott La Rock was killed later though KRS was decided to continue Boogie Down productions. ‘By all means necessary’ was released in 1988. With this album, KRS One changed the criminal vibe in his music to more socially conscious messages. They afterwards released records,- The Ghetto music, Edutainment, Live hardcore worldwide, and Sex and Violence. The records were well received and had more political messages in them. 50 Cent in a interview regarded KRS One as one of his favorite rappers. After 5 successful records, KRS One decided to pursue a solo career. His solo album, Return of the Boom Bap was launched in 1993. It received an acclaim in the critics. It turned out to be a mainstream success at the same time. His second self-named album was a success at the same time. He even appeared in the song of an alternative rock group, R.E.M. KRS One initiated the ‘Stop the violence’ movement in Hip Hop. In 1997, KRS One released an album named, I got Next. The album was a mainstream success. In 2002, KRS One released a gospel oriented album, Religious minded. The album got rave reviews among critics. In 2006, he released the album, Digital. In 2004, he released ‘keep right’. In 2006, he released ‘life’. Then he founded ‘the temple of Hip Hop’. It was an organization formed to promote the culture of Hip Hop. ‘Hip Hop lives’ was another album by KRS One. It was historical since KRS One collaborated with Marley Marl. The two had a beef around 20 years back. KRS-one has collaborated with many musicians through out his career. He performed in the event ‘Rock against racism’. KRS One will not fly.
ABUNDANCE AND LEGACY
He is undoubtedly a legend. He initiated east coast gangsta rap. He introduced reggae into raping. He was among the first very few rappers to introduce social messages in hip hop songs. Despite music, he is rather in other fields as well. He has authored 3 books. He has lectured in many universities across America. He has raised his voice against many significant problems in the whole world. He made a song named ‘Self destruction’ which raised these issues. He has a really large fan base exclusively because of his lyrical art. The publication addressed issues such as spirituality in Hip Hop. Kris has never been afraid to speak his head and that’s landed him into controversy, lots of times. In 2009, he received the living legend award at the Urban Music award. He was the narrator of the movie, 2pac eternally.
FAMOUS QUOTATIONS BY KRS One
“You know something, it is best no to have what you desire because then, you start looking for what you needand make it what you’ll need.”
“The God of your comprehension, has chosen you and you have consented to be here in this space and time to make a move, that just you are able to do. Now I will not stand here to try and tell you what it is.” “Instead of picking up our women, ready to mistreat them, you better get yourself a wife and child and never leave them.” “You grab the mike and talk a great ramble, you the hardcore outlaw, criminal, vandal. Burning emcees like a candle, but you frontin’, you aint got nothing” “So you believe hip-hop had it is start out in Queensbridge, If you popped that junk up in the Bronx you mightn’t dwell.” “You don’t want no man sleepin’ cheatin’ freakin’ behind his wife. There’s no such thing as make love, it is really make life.”