One of my favorite things about 90s hiphop were the way interviews were conducted. Everybody played it so cool, except diddy. even the presenters were chilled the fxck out. Knowledge was dropped and everybody was just on good vibes.
Crazy rare 1991 interview (and freestyle) featuring GZA (then doing business as the Genius), Ol' Dirty Bastard (then going by Ason Unique), and RZA (then known as Prince Rakeem) on short-lived, local Bronx public access program, Rhythm & Soul.
On that note GZA lyrically > > > > > _______
Loving bntl like a fat kid loves cake.