Tragedy Khadafi Celebrates 20th Anniversary Of "Saga Of A Hoodlum" With Live Stream Concert

Tragedy Khadafi, Large Professor and Audible Doctor will be kickin' it at Boiler Room TV this afternoon like it's 1993.

Queens, New York emcee Tragedy Khadafi released his sophomore album, Saga Of A Hoodlum in summer of 1993. The longtime A&R Records artist and Juice Crew affiliate partnered with Marley Marl and his then-protege K-Def for the 16-track follow-up to The Intelligent Hoodlum, which also sported an early Havoc appearance on "Pass The Teck."

Today Tragedy Khadafi is honoring the 20th anniversary of Saga Of A Hoodlum with an afternoon live-streamed event at BoilerRoom.TV. Beginning at 2:30 pm EST, Trag, along with deejay sets from fellow Queens vet Large Professor and Brown Bag AllStars member Audible Doctor. Additional guests are expected to appear.

A spokesperson for the event announced that Tragedy will perform older songs, along with some newer material. The Capone-N-Noreaga mentor and onetime Black Market Militia member last released Thug Matrix 3 in 2011. Audible Doctor, along with Ayatollah and AraabMuzik were producers to the 25 To Life/Aura/Money Maker Entertainment release.

You can view the event at BoilerRoom.TV.

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  • pathh88

    @shone jones, you forgetting the Funk Mode remix with Large Pro and Havoc, that joint is one of the greatest Hip Hop tracks ever, that track is still banging to this day...Trag don't get the props he deserve, he is a true artist, and excuse me if i am wrong but surely he was a Juice Crew Member not an affiliate, that sounds like a slight on the man saying that, he was on the Juice Crew albums and is in the picture on the back of The Symphony 12" with G Rap, Kane, Ace, Shan, Biz, Marley etc

  • shone jones

    With the exception of the Grand Groove remix and Shoot 'em Up, that album was ass.

  • Amaterasu

    large pro with the ill mix in the beginning

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