Pioneering Rapper Just-Ice ReTeams With KRS-ONE For New EP

(AllHipHop News) Pioneering Hip-Hop artist Just-Ice has reunited with Boogie Down Productions' founder KRS-One and the pair are working on a new EP, has confirmed. According to reps for Just-Ice, the new EP, titled The Just-Ice & KRS-ONE EP, which will contain five brand new tracks from Fort Greene, Brooklyn-raised rapper. Just-Ice, who recorded a pair of Hip-Hop classics in 1986 ("Latoya" b/w "That Girl is A Slut"), also released his debut Cold Gettin' Dumb the same year with Kurtis Mantronik, for Sleeping Bag Records. Just-Ice release albums consistently throughout the 80's and 90's with albums like Kool & Deadly (Justicizms) (1987), The Desolate One (1989), Masterpiece (1990), Gun Talk (1993), Kill the Rhythm (Like a Homicide) (1995), and his final album VII (1998). Just-Ice and KRS-One recently recorded a video for the first single from the album titled "Blah, Blah, Blah). A release date for The Just-Ice & KRS-ONE EP was not available as of press time.