Lords Of The Underground - Here Come The Lords (1993)|
'Here Come the Lords' is the 1993 debut album by hip hop trio, Lords of the Underground (LOTUG) based in Newark, New Jersey. Released for Pendulum Records and produced by Marley Marl, K-Def and DJ Lord Jazz, the album was a success for the group, making it to 66 on the Billboard 200 and 13 on the Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums chart.
Charles W. Sharpe claimed on the website of Jack Haywood Lodge No.6, PHA, Los Vegas, Nevada, that unidentified members of the trio: DoItAll Dupré, Mr. Funke and DJ Lord Jazz were Freemasons. This claim has not been corroborated although numerous masonic symbols are displayed in this video.
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Other hip hop artists are also claimed to be freemasons: Afrika Bambaataa, X-Clan, Stetsasonic, Kool, G. Rap, Gangstarr, Mos Def, Nas, Vinnie Paz, The Lost Children of Babylon, Randam Luck, Gravediggaz, Wu-Tang Clan members and Wu-Fam affiliates, among others. Initiation dates, lodge affiliations or corroboration are never provided when these claims are made.
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Song Name: Here Comes the Lords
Artist Name: Lords of the Underground
Album: Together Forever: Greatest Hits 1983-1991
Release Date:27 September 1993
Label: Pendulum Records