Funke, Funke Wisdom

Funke, Funke Wisdom is the fourth solo studio album by American recording artist Kool Moe Dee from the Treacherous Three.wikipedia
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Kool Moe Dee

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Funke, Funke Wisdom is the fourth solo studio album by American recording artist Kool Moe Dee from the Treacherous Three.
In 1991, the release of his album Funke, Funke Wisdom signaled Kool Moe Dee's decline.

To da Break of Dawn

Kool Moe Dee responded with the song "Death Blow" from the 1991 album Funke, Funke Wisdom.

Treacherous Three

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Funke, Funke Wisdom is the fourth solo studio album by American recording artist Kool Moe Dee from the Treacherous Three.

Jive Records

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It was released in 1991 via Jive Records, making it the rapper's final album on the label.

Teddy Riley

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Production of the record was handled by Teddy Riley, Dale Hogan, Keith Spencer and Kool Moe Dee.

Billboard 200

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The album peaked at #72 on the Billboard 200 and #19 on Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.

Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums

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The album peaked at #72 on the Billboard 200 and #19 on Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.

KRS-One

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"Rise 'N' Shine" featuring KRS-One & Chuck D became the most successful single of the effort reaching number one position on the Hot Rap Songs.

Chuck D

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"Rise 'N' Shine" featuring KRS-One & Chuck D became the most successful single of the effort reaching number one position on the Hot Rap Songs.

Hot Rap Songs

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"Rise 'N' Shine" featuring KRS-One & Chuck D became the most successful single of the effort reaching number one position on the Hot Rap Songs. "How Kool Can One Black Man Be" peaked at #9 on the Hot Rap Songs and #49 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs.

Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs

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"How Kool Can One Black Man Be" peaked at #9 on the Hot Rap Songs and #49 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs.

LL Cool J

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The song "Death Blow", an overt diss track directed at LL Cool J, with whom Kool Moe Dee had had a rivalry throughout the 1980s, did not hit any major chart, but it's significant, because the song has some profanity-laced insults about Cool J's mother, even though it's censored, breaking from Kool Moe Dee's clean image.

Mama Said Knock You Out (song)

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The "Death Blow" music video featured a satire of Cool J's "Mama Said Knock You Out" video.

Stay Tuned (film)

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The track "Bad, Bad, Bad" was featured in the 1992 film Stay Tuned as well as its soundtrack.

Hot Pants (James Brown song)

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Bring the Noise

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