I'm Not Clearing Shxt!
INCS dares to sample what very few artists, IF ANY, could clear: Elvis Pressley, Prince, Disneys' Star Wars: The Mandalorian, and even Shirley Temple. When asked about this gumption, Ras Kass smiles slyly and matter-of-factly drawls, "Couldnt afford to if I wanted to, I don't have a major label budget; It's not even for sale on itunes so technically I'm just making art. I ain't clearin' shit bro! haha" ...INCS is not a mixtape nor does Ras Kass consider it an album, but rather the first in a series of what he calls inyl Playlists'. Usually the goal of an album in the typical music business sense is to monetize on videos (he isnt) sale songs/albums on major platforms like iTunes (he isnt) and then to sale merch such as vinyl or CDs (he can't). I know what youre thinking..."Incredibly Bad business model!" Voted "One of the best rappers of all time" by Pitchfork and "Top 50 MC's of All Time" by About.com. LP and CD editions both limited to 300 copies each.