Baker's Dozen

Artists discuss the 13 records that shaped their lives

5. Black SheepA Wolf In Sheep’s Clothing

I like them, because they were just that. Dres [Andre Dres Titus] is actually a friend of mine. I’ll call him, I want you to tell him what we’re doing… [He makes a call on his phone, but there’s no answer]. Anyway, I was a wolf in sheep’s clothing; I could just relate to that. They looked so unassuming, but they were the first to represent that you could talk about bitches and ho’s – stuff that the other groups didn’t. And Dres is one of the most underrated MC’s ever. He’s great, he can really rap man. For that to be their debut album… I just loved ‘Flavor Of The Month’. The album doesn’t get the love it deserves at all. Hopefully people can go and check it out for themselves, because it’s dope.

Selected in other Baker’s Dozens: Billy Woods
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