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Published on March 31st, 2017 | by Jerry Doby

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One night only! Das EFX together for 25th Anniversary of ‘Dead Serious’

Das EFX come together Thursday April 6, 2017 at B.B. King Blues Club & Grill (@BBKingBluesNYC), NY; near Port Authority, Grand Central, & Penn Stations. The happening is to celebrate the 25th anniversary of  their platinum album “Dead Serious” from which their single “They Want EFX,” reached top ten on Billboard’s R&B chart and #1 on it’s Hot Rap Tracks chart. Tickets available now, click here.

Tickets are available now for the quarter century mark celebration of one of Hip Hops most iconic music creators! Click HERE to get tickets for this once in a lifetime benchmark for “sewage” style rap creators.

Member Skoob hails from Brooklyn, New York City while Krazy Drayzy hails from Teaneck, New Jersey but the two met at Virginia State University in 1988 and began performing together. They named themselves “Das” standing for “Drayz and Skoob” and “EFX” meaning “effects”. Das EFX caught the attention of EPMD at a local talent show where, despite losing the competition, they did well enough to convince EPMD to sign them to a recording contract. The duo gained critical and commercial fame with the release of their landmark debut album, Dead Serious, which highlighted their unusual rapping style which they nicknamed “sewage.” 

Dead Serious went platinum and its lead single, “They Want EFX,” (which contains samples from James Brown’s “Blind Man Can See It” and Malcolm McLaren’s “Buffalo Gals”) reached the top ten on Billboard magazine’s R&B chart, the top 40 on its Hot 100 Singles chart and #1 on its Hot Rap Tracks chart. Follow-up singles “Mic Checka” and “Straight Out the Sewer” did not chart on the Hot 100 but reached #1 and #3 on the Hot Rap Tracks chart, respectively.

See more info on the B.B. King Blues Club website!

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