Beat Czar (BC) Kasparov (Turntablism, Hip Hop)

Beat Czar (B.C.) Kasparov

Beat Czar (BC) Kasparov

San Jose, California (USA)

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CONTACT LINKS

Kasparov on AOL Instant Messenger Kasparov on Twitter Kasparov on Last.fm

 

SOLO ALBUMS

Download "Noncents Vol. 7" by Kasparov

 

ALSO APPEARS ON

Download "The N7 EP" by Kabuto The Python and B.C.Download "Parseltongue" by Kabuto The PythonDownload "Noncents Vol. 10" by Kabuto The PythonDownload "Calvin & Hobbes" by Entity and KasparovDownload "Here Comes A New Challenger II Turbo" by Various ArtistsDownload "Noncents Vol. 19" by Various Artists

 

RELEASE ACHIEVEMENTS

These albums have received a Scrub Club Adamantium Release for 10,000+ downloads!

Kabuto The Python and B.C. – "The N7 EP"

These albums have received a Scrub Club Silver Release for 1,000+ downloads!

Entity and Kasparov – "Calvin & Hobbes"

Kasparov – "Noncents Vol. 7"

 

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