This documentary explores one of the most strategic collectives in Hip-Hop in the early 1990’s. Erick Sermon and Parrish Smith was one of the premiere groups & record producers to form an unlikely group of superstars called The Hit Squad.
K-Solo, being one of the first to be signed to EPMD, found early success with his appearance on the group’s album “Knick Knack Patty Whack“. From there, Kevin Madison aka K-Solo would invent a spelling style that will cause major controversy down the road.
This documentary captures his time with Hip-Hop’s first collective, The Hit Squad, as well as his overall contribution to the genre of music with his own hit records, “Spellbound” & “Your Mom’s In My Business“. Take a look at a never told story of the golden age of Hip-Hop at it’s purest form, including the ups & downs of success and friendships that go terribly wrong.
This documentary was created & written by James “Kraze” Billings.