Back in the day, No. 3

4 10 2010

First week, I gave you some L.A. with Second II None. Last week, some Detroit with MC Breed. And for this trip back to the best days of rap, we go all the way east to Do or Die-Bed-Stuy, as in New York City, for some Big Daddy Kane.

I liked this one a lot because it has a good, fast beat, and if you know your R&B from back then (late 80s-early 90s), you know that Teddy Riley was perhaps the top producer in the field back then. And his work and beat style is all over this one.

Here’s Big Daddy Kane, who had a lot of good jams, including the following. The dancing is so 1990, but it is what it is!




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