By Jay Rich
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer
In Queens, many of the biggest 1990s rappers emerged from that borough. There were the superstars, who became legends, but also legends that didn’t become superstars. The term “your favorite rapper’s favorite rapper” is influenced by guys like Tragedy Khadafi.
Initial career setbacks led to Tragedy Khadafi taking total control of his career. For well over a decade, he has independently released all of his music. Currently, he is working on his album, Hidden Files, which is another self-released album.
Tragedy Khadafi recently linked up with DJ Caesar, for another episode of “Vibin’ Heavy.” The two had a conversation about some of everything, but definitely centered around Hidden Files, the new album. However, he also discussed his history, with the whole East Coast/West Coast drama, Prodigy, his fellow Queens legend, who passed away back in 2017, the writing process (writing on paper vs. iPhone), and much more.
Watch the entire interview below:
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