Samo* ‎– Lost On A Loud Planet

Zulu Beats Distribution ‎– ZBMT-081298
Cassette, Mixed


A1 Company Flow End To End Burners
A2 Necro I'm Sick Of You
A3 Dynasty (4) Poisonous Youth
A4 Non Phixion, Necro I Shot Reagan
A5 Afro Jazz Parias Vs. Etat
A6 Show & A.G.* Hold Mines
A7 Redman, Diezzle Don, Govna* Ghetto Red Hot
A8 T Love, Siah, Yeshua daPoED L.A. To Brooklyn
A9 Ish (3) The Action
A10 Kool Keith I'm In Love Wit U
A11 Mos Def, Talib Kweli Definition
A12 Jurassic 5 Without A Doubt
A13 D-Shade, DJ A-Trak* Full Contact
B1 Moodswingaz The Blessin'
B2 Bahamadia, Army Of The Pharaohs The Five Perfect Exertions (Remix)
B3 Show & A.G.* Hidden Crate
B4 Scaramanga a.k.a. Sir Menelik* Cash Flow
B5 All Natural Writer's Block (remix)
B6 Diamond D, John Dough MC2
B7 KRS-One, Truck Turner Cypher Street
B8 Wizdom Life, Matt Fingaz, Talib Kweli Sunshine
B9 Prince Po, QB (3) Top To Bottom
B10 The Associates (2) From The Ground Up
B11 Screwball On Point
B12 Mos Def, Talib Kweli, Jane Doe, Punchline, Wordsworth Twice Inna Lifetime
B13 Tricky Divine Comedy

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  • Artwork By – Tats Cru, Inc.
  • DJ MixSamo*


Mixtape released by Zulu Nation and Native Tongues affiliate DJ S.T.R.E.S.S. under the pseudonym of SAMO.
The name change was in commemoration of the 10th anniversary of the death of the painter Jean-Michel Basquiat, who painted graffiti under the alias of SAMO. The mixtape itself was released in 1998 on August 12th, the precise date of Basquiat's death.

The cover art was done by Bronx-based graffiti artists TATS CRU.

The mixtape includes a bonus track, an early appearance of Tricky's infamous song "Divine Comedy", a vitriolic indictment of Polygram executive Eric Kronfeld, who had then recently made racist comments.