Blaq Poet

Blaq Poet emerged during Hip Hop's golden era, gaining popularity on "The Wop Sensation" and partaking in the infamous Bridge Wars with the Boogie Down Productions diss track "Beat You Down." During the early '90s, he teamed up with DJ Hot Day to form PhD and later joined the gritty rap group Screwball. The Queens MC is also known for his frequent collaborations with DJ Premiere, and in 2006 he released his first solo project, Rewind: Deja Screw.  In 2007, he appeared on a track from KRS-One and Marley Marl's collaborative LP Hip Hop Lives, solidifying the end of the Bride Wars.