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Lawrence Krisna Parker (born August 20 1965), better known by his stage name KRS-One, is an American Grammy-nominated rapper. Over his career, he has been known by several pseudonyms including "Kris Parker", "The Blastmaster", and "The Teacha". KRS-One is a significant figure in the hip hop community and is often credited by critics and other hip hop artists as epitomizing the "essence" of an MC and for being one of the greatest rappers to hold the mic.

Discography

Boogie Down Productions Year
Criminal Minded 1987
By All Means Necessary 1988
Ghetto Music: The Blueprint of Hip Hop 1989
Edutainment 1990
Live Hardcore Worldwide 1991
Sex and Violence 1992
The BDP Album 2012
Solo Albums Year
Return of the Boom Bap 1993
KRS-One 1995
I Got Next 1997
The Sneak Attack 2001
Spiritual Minded 2002
Prophets Vs. Profits 2002
Kristyles 2003
Keep Right 2004
Life 2006
Adventures in Emceein 2008
Maximum Strength 2008
Back to the L.A.B. 2010
Just Like That 2012
Collaborative Albums With Year
Hip Hop Lives Marley Marl 2007
Survival Skills Buckshot 2009
The Just-Ice and KRS-ONE EP Volume #1 Just-Ice 2010
Meta-Historical True Master 2010
Godsville Showbiz 2011
Royalty Check Bumpy Knuckles 2011
Return of the Boom Bip DJ Premier 2012
KRS-One Presents
Artist Title Year
Peedo Krs-One Presents Peedo & the Luna Empire 2004
Greenie It's All Good 2010




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