Standing out as one of New York City’s most unique MCs of all time, the late Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s discography chalks full of city anthems, whether spawning from his time with Wu-Tang Clan or his solo career. Passing away in 2004, the Brooklyn native leaves behind a legacy as one of hip-hop’s best, presenting an eccentric, energized style of rap that couldn’t be recreated by anyone else.
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Raised in the Fort Greene section of Brooklyn, Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s raspy, crazily spewed vocals paired with his violent lyricism eventually made him a central figure of the majority Staten Island group Wu-Tang Clan and hip-hop as a whole. Made up
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