The Full Wiki

More info on Blood of Abraham

Blood of Abraham: Wikis


Note: Many of our articles have direct quotes from sources you can cite, within the Wikipedia article! This article doesn't yet, but we're working on it! See more info or our list of citable articles.


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Blood of Abraham
Also known as BOA
Origin Los Angeles, California
Santa Monica, California
Genres Alternative Rap
West Coast Rap
Years active 1993 - 2000
Labels Ruthless Records
Relativity Records
Atomic Pop Records
Associated acts Eazy-E
Atban Klann
Epic Mazur
MC Mazik
MC Benyad

Blood of Abraham was an American hip-hop duo composed of Benyad (Benjamin Mor) and Mazik (David Saevitz). They debuted in 1993 with the release of the LP Future Profits on Ruthless Records, the label of the late Eric "Eazy-E" Wright.

A key characteristic of the group was the novelty of their unapologetic Jewish identity. Their best-known track is "Niggaz and Jewz (Some Say Kikes)", an irreverent call for Black-Jewish unity in the face of shared struggle against bigotry. Made at the height of the strain on Black-Jewish relations in the United States. its opening sample was an actual recording of the ravings of a Ku Klux Klansman, and it featured a spirited verse from Eazy-E as well as the first recorded appearance by of the Black Eyed Peas known then as Will 1X (the group was then known as "Atban Klann".) Other tracks dealing with Jewish themes were "Father of Many Nations" (a song in praise of the Biblical patriarch Abraham) and "Stick To Your Own Kind".

A video was shot for the track "Stabbed by the Steeple," and print ads were centered around large text proclaiming "Jesus was a Black Jew," but the album did not receive much publicity beyond that. Blood of Abraham fell into anonymity; their status worsened in 1995 with the death of Eazy-E and the subsequent folding of the Ruthless and Relativity Records labels.

Mazik and Benyad then went on hiatus until 2000, which saw the unofficial release of the LP Eyedollartree on Mastergrip Records, which folded shortly thereafter. Eyedollartree featured guest appearances from maverick rappers Kool Keith and Divine Styler, as well as Basement Records oversaw the official release of Eyedollartree (with bonus DVD) in late 2005.


Album information
Future Profits
  • Released: November 16, 1993
  • Chart positions: N/A
  • Last RIAA certification:
  • Singles: "Stabbed By The Steeple", "Life"
  • Released: May 2, 2000
  • Chart positions: N/A
  • Last RIAA certification: N/A
  • Singles: "99¢ Lighter" "Velvet Glove", "Iron Fist"

Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address