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Music video of “Can’t Stop the Prophet” (Pete Rock Remix), By Jeru The Damaja, from the album “The Sun Rises In The East”, 1994.
This video was so fire
Illest track ever!
I love this remix so 90s my teen years
2019!! WHOS HERE?!
Another PR classic! masterpiece! I always envisioned the actor who plays Kyle from Living Single supplying the voice of Mr. Ignorance at the end!!! Got me crackin up!! Lol
Damaja hip hop
American hip hop
Its anger…and he brought a mob along…its the same old song
love this shit
som pesado se loko miliano esse som quem conhece ta ligado sao paulo brasil 😎
Yo I swore this was primo !?!?
I legit asked Jeru about this track on fb, he replied and said he didnt hate it, its just he got a beat from preemo and came up with this.. If he got pete rocks 1st it wouldve been a completely different song
This is a all time hip hop cookie classic. Pete Rock just murdered this remix. I miss this shit yall daaammmnnn this is super fresh…. Peace to the gods and the earth's…. Flame on hip hop forever💥💥💥💥💥💥
Classic 📀💽📀💯The lyrics are 🔥🔥🌪
Pete Rock snares 🤦🏾♂️
Premo version no doubt
Okay lets settle this once and for all. Which version is better? Pete Rockss or Dj Premier's? Also which one does Jeru The Damaja think is better? Which one does he perform live to?In my opinion: the ONLY remix that Pete Rock did that wasn't as good as the original Dj Premier version of a song was "Real Hip-Hop" by Das Efx. I think "Cant Stop The Prophet" is my best Pete Rock Remix ever…even though most I hear say its "Shut Em Down" by Public Enemy. I just dont like how the beat never fells like there's a rest in it…like no exhale point just a continuous inhale. or all 1…no 2 (if that makes sense to anyone)
Preem has always been about the scene, Pete has always been about the vibe.
Blessed to own this on CD single. Love to my brother who watches from above.
"Ignorance hates when I drop it…" takes me back
I cant tell if i like this or not
They don’t make em like this anymore. Classic track
Better than 6ix9ine, Brooklyn went from this to that. I still believe that there is real hip hop out there.
This song is lyrically ahead of its time
Where is the acapella? Or voice only of this song?
Ignorance is a poison and knowledge is a NOURISH!!!
Always come back to this
PETE ROCK ALL HAIL
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