Buzzy Bragg - Rappin Duke & Friends mp3 album
- Performer: Buzzy Bragg
- Title: Rappin Duke & Friends
- Genre: Hip-hop
- Formats: MP2 MMF AUD AHX DMF AAC MP3
- Released: 1986
- MP3 album: 1482 mb
- FLAC album: 1630 mb
- Rating: 4.2/5
- Votes: 874
1. Rappin Duke & Friends. 2. Rappin Duke & Friends - Extended Mix. 6:100:30. 3. Rappin Duke & Friends - Instrumental. Listen to Rappin Duke & Friends now. Listen to Rappin Duke & Friends in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
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Rappin' Duke" is a 1984 hip-hop novelty song by Shawn Brown performing as the Rappin' Duke. It is the sixth track on Brown's 1985 album ¿Que Pasa?. The concept of the song is that actor John Wayne (. the Duke) is rhyming (Wayne had died in 1979). The track debuted on a San Diego radio station in 1984, becoming widely played locally and eventually peaking at 73 on the 1985 Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Billboard chart; and also charting on the Hot Dance Music/Maxi-Singles Sales for 1985.
Style: rap. Album year: 2015. Buzzy Bragg - Rappin Duke & Friends 04:52.
His death also brought emo hip hop to the forefront again due to Lil Peep's popularity within the subgenre and the changing hip-hop mainstream.
Beast with the Beats, Radio Host/Producer, Rapper with a Radioactive Half-Life of 99999 years. My family and friends deserve recognition for their love and generosity, as I would have died trying without them. Know I disappointed some people, most of all myself. Not beating myself up about it; merely recognizing my limitations, and the circumstances surrounding how my mental and physical disabilities played a role in keeping me back. Duke Buzzy's 5th studio album 'Bat Country' is a tribute to the late Dr. Hunter S. Thompson, a ritual sacrificing of Batman on behalf of the brave Silent Majority, definitive proof of intelligent life on Earth, and evidence of an arduous personal journey. It also happens to be Duke's dopest dope ever.
And a 1995 bootleg reissue of their album on the Charly label did nothing to help the situation, as Charly went to the trouble to remove the band members' names from the artwork. So who was that effortlessly funky man behind the drum set on that fateful recording session in New Jersey, whose music has graced some of hip-hop's most memorable and well-loved tracks? His name is George "Buzzy" Bragg. We recorded one also "Rappin' Duke & Friends" under the name of our drummer, Buzzy Bragg, on Toe Jam Records. Screamin' Jay Hawkins ("Africa Gone Funky"). We met Screamin' Jay through our friend Al Gee/Al Germany, radio DJ for many stations in NY.
|A1||Rappin Duke & Friends||3:45|
|A2||Rappin Duke & Friends||6:00|
|B||Rappin Duke & Friends (Instrumental)||6:00|
- Producer – Toe Jam
- Written-By – D. Morabito, G. Reed , K. Spurlin
NotesProduced for Toe Jam Productions.
Publishing by Toe Jam Music B.M.I.
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- Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): T.J. 1000A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): T.J. 1000B