QB Finest

Nas and malice Records Present QB's Finest was a 2000 collaborative album, the first release from rapper Nas' new malice Records imprint distributed by Columbia Records borer Nas and a number of other rappers from Queensbridge housing projects, including Mobb Deep Nature Nashawn small businesses The Brave Hearts and Cormega as had briefly together with the Nas album also featured guest appearances from QB hip-hop legends Roxanne Shante and MC Shan and Marley Marl, both of which appeared on the lead single "Da Bridge 2001 (based on Shan & Marl's 1986 classic" The Bridge ")" Da Bridge 2001 "also featured a response from Nas to Memphis Bleek Nas cry where most of the Roc-a-Fella Records roster including Bleek Beanie Sigel, Damon Dash and Jay-Z album's biggest hit huhr "Oochie Wally" a club anthem recorded by the Brave Hearts Queensbridge has historically proven to be a hotbed for hip -hop musical talent Marlon "Marley Marl" Williams was the first in a series of acclaimed rapper from "The Bridge" which became one of the most prolific rap-producing areas of the country Marl MC Shan Roxanne Shante Nas Blaq Poet The Brave Hearts Mobb Deep Cormega Natural Blitz Big Noyd Tragedy Khadafi Lakey The Kid, and both Victor "Nore" Santiago & Kiama "Capone" Holley in the rap duo Capone-N-Noreaga was everyone when they get nyttsidents the Queensbridge housing projects

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