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If all good things do come to those that wait, then we can expect nothing less than the very best from Timbo King's upcoming "From Babylon to Timbuk2". This street legend first presented himself on the "Who's the man?" soundtrack in 1993 (alongside his producer at the time Spark
950). Later in the nineties, as the backbone and head of Royal Fam, Timbo had unreleased and highly sort after projects such as "Black Castle" and the unofficial "Yesterday, Today, Iz Tomorrow" which all stand easily next to the likes of Killarmy's "Silent Weapons", or Killah Priest's "Heavy Mental" as 5 star classics. Now the year is 2011 and Timbo fans can finally start their countdown to the release of his debut album. For nearly 20 years they had to quench their thirst with side projects such as Black
Market Militia, solo mixtapes and pet projects from Royal Fam to Maccabeez to his archives and last but not least a vast list of quality features on many Wu (fam) albums.
The wait is close to be over with a planned release scheduled for July. With the cover recently being released plus some promising Youtube videos , the fans' anticipation has been heavily increasing last weeks. Wu-International staff, all being heavy Timbo fans themselves, is VERY proud to help push the Timbuktu vibe to the next level this week by giving you our exclusive Timbo King interview in which we promise we look at all things Timbo from his very first steps in the industry with Spark 950 to his many (yet unreleased) side projects, from his family ties of the likes of Flava Flav and Popa Wu to his experiences in the Wu family, why this album took so long to materialize and much, much more . So without further ado we bring you one of the most legendary Killa Beez ever : Timothy Drayton aka Timbo King ... Enjoy!!!
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