Intro - Kardinal Offishall - Quest For Fire: Firestarter Vol. 1 (Vinyl, LP, Album)


2001
Label: MCA Records - 088 112 569-1 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Hip Hop • Style: Thug Rap, Ragga HipHop, Conscious
Intro - Kardinal Offishall - Quest For Fire: Firestarter Vol. 1 (Vinyl, LP, Album)

Sell This Version. Kardinal Offishall. Quest For Fire: Firestarter Vol. 1 ‎ (2xLP, Album) MCA Records. /5(27).

 · Kardinal Offishall:: Firestarter Vol. 1 * Quest For Fire. LP Review. In Canada, Kardinal Offishal’s “Firestarter Vol. 1” was a huge event. To anyone north of the border, Kardi is a man who needs no introduction. For years he’s been arguably the most important man in Toronto’s hip-hop scene, which has been steadily blowing up 7/

 · Kardinal Offishall may have one of the most weird names in hip-hop, but his debut, Quest for Fire: Firestarter, Vol.1, is far from weird. Producing most of the album himself, this album is musically one of the most innovative works we've heard in a while. Lyrically, he ain't bad either.4/5(23).

(10 Quest For Fire. Genre: Hip Hop. CD, DVD.)UNLESS specifically stated above and/or in the title. artwork, case, etc). Album Features. Release Year For CD Player. ITEM IS: USED, BUT GREAT CONDITION - CD IN Rating: % positive.

 · Kardinal Offishall:: Firestarter Vol. 1 * Quest For Fire. In Canada, Kardinal Offishal's "Firestarter Vol. 1" was a huge event. To anyone north of the border, Kardi is a man who needs no introduction. Slick Rick's place in hip hop legend was already secure before this album was ever released. The Great Adventures of Slick Rick.


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  • Kazradal

    02.10.2012 at 22:12

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of "Quest For Fire: Firestarter Vol. 1" on Discogs/5(9).

  • Nanos

    02.10.2012 at 22:12

    Quest for Fire: Firestarter, Vol. 1 is as much a dancehall reggae album as a hip-hop record, with Kardinal bringing out his West Indian background on roots thumpers like "Ol' Time Killin'" and "Go Ahead Den." Handling most of the album's production himself, the rough-voiced MC also veers into R&B on "Powerful," comedy on "UR Ghetto ," racial politics on the stirring "Man by Choice," and hip-hop /5(25).

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