A lovesick Mike D is floating on the water when he comes across Money Mark Nishita, paddling in the opposite direction. When Mark asks D how things are going with his lady, Mike can only focus on his new love interest…
Above, Mike’s description of Netty’s Girl leaves Mark stunned.
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At the time of Paul’s, it was unclear if the word, “def” would stick in hip hop lingo. (It didn’t.) Although there are misogynistic references on the album (see “59 Christie St.”), Yauch’s then-nascent evolution toward Buddhist teachings was taking root. By the time Paul’s Boutique dropped, MCA was willing to come out backing feminism. Check out the interview for the Album Release Party, at 39:07. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g-tGGp4ZH2s&feature=related For most questions, Yauch stays back in the cut, but when asked about burgeoning themes of violence and disrespect to women in gangsta rap, MCA takes a stand, “We’re not down with that.”
He says it twice… Because he finally gets it.