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Jeru the Damaja

Speaking out against what he saw as a decline in rap during the mid-'90s, Jeru the Damaja came to the fore as a self. proclaimed prophet and the savior of hip-hop, much as KRS-One had done almost ten years before. Jeru first appeared as a guest on Gang Starr's Daily Operations album, and his own deal with Payday/ffrr appeared soon after, resulting in 1994's The Sun Rises in the East. Though he made few friends in the rap world -- given his outspoken criticism of such popular figures as the Fugees and Sean "Puffy" Combs -- he proved a vital force in the emergence of the new rap consciousness of the late '90s.

Similar Bands: Gang Starr, Black Moon

LPs
Still Rising
2007

Divine Design
2003

Heroz4Hire
1999

Wrath of the Math
1996

3.8
53 Votes
The Sun Rises in the East
1994

4.2
133 Votes
EPs
The Hammer
2014

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