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Sugarhill Gang - Rapper's Delight/Here I Am FLAC

Sugarhill Gang - Rapper's Delight/Here I Am FLAC Performer: Sugarhill Gang
Album: Rapper's Delight/Here I Am
Country: US
Released: 1980
Label: Sugarhill Records
Genre: Hip hop
Catalog #: SH-755
Size FLAC: 1900 mb.
Size MP3: 1590 mb.
Rating: 4.8/5
Votes: 588
Record Source: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single, Stereo


Official video for The Sugarhill Gang - Rapper's Delight. Rappers Delight was the first single released on Sugarhill Records on 16th September. gonna try to move your feet See, I am Wonder Mike, and I'd like to say hello To the black, to the white, the red and the brown The purple Gang album. Jump to navigation Jump to search. 1980 studio album by The Sugarhill Gang. Sugarhill Gang. Although Rapper's Delight was the only charting single, the album also included the minor hit, Rapper's Reprise. The remainder of the LP consists of several down-tempo soul tracks and a disco instrumental, as Sylvia Robinson did not believe an album consisting entirely of hip hop music would be commercially viable in 1980. Track listing. Here I Am 5:09 Craig Derry, Nate Edmonds. Rapper's Reprise Jam-Jam ft. The Sequence 7:40 Sylvia Robinson. Rappers Delight. Produced by Sylvia Robinson. Album Sugarhill Gang. Rappers Delight Lyrics. I said a hip-hop, the hippie the hippie To the hip, hip hop you don't stop Rock it to the bang bang boogie Say up jump the boogie to the rhythm of the boogie, the beat. I'm gonna freak ya here I'm gonna freak you there I'm gonna move you outta this atmosphere. Cause I'm one of a kind and I'll shock your mind I'll put t-t-tickets in your behind I said 1-2-3-4, come on, girls, get on the floor Uh, come alive, y'all gimme what ya got Cause I'm guaranteed to make you rock I said 1-2-3-4, tell. Preview, buy, and download songs from the album Sugarhill Gang, including Here I Am, Rapper's Reprise, Bad News Don't Bother Me, and many more. Buy the album for . Rapper's Delight Single Version. Now, what you hear is not a test, I'm rapping to the beat And me, the groove, and my friends are gonna try to move your feet You see I am Wonder Mike and I'd like to say hello To the black, to the white, the red and the brown, the purple and yellow But first, I. I guess by now you can take a hunch And find that I am the baby of the bunch But that's okay, I still keep in stride Cause all I'm here to do is just wiggle your behind Singing on and on and on, on and on The beat don't stop until the break of dawn Singing on and on. and on, on and on Rock rock y'all get on the floor. Released in 1979, Rapper's Delight was millions of listeners' first exposure to hip-hop - before that, very few people outside of New York even knew what hip-hop was. The Sugarhill Gang were also among the first rap acts to record a full-length LP when this self-titled debut album came out in 1980, the vast majority of old-school MCs were only providing 12 singles. So The Sugarhill Gang is a historically important album even though it is a bit uneven. Bad News Don't Bother Me and Here I Am, both of which find the Sugarhill Gang singing instead of rapping, are romantic R&B slow jams - and Sugarhill Groove is a sleek disco-funk number that hints at Roy Ayers. The Sugarhill Gang - Here I Am. The Sugarhill Gang - Rappers Reprise Jam-Jam. The Sugarhill Gang - Rapper's Delight Single Version. The Sugarhill Gang - On The Money. Rappers Delight was part of the groups 1980 self-titled debut album, which was produced by Sylvia Robinson. The groups last original album, Jump On It, dropped in 1999 and theyve since released several compilation and greatest hits albums. Rolling Stone named Rappers Delight the No. 36 on the pop charts, and suddenly rap was a viable genre for recorded music. The performance was part of Kimmels New York week, which has included Alicia Keys, David Byrne and the Natio. Album: Best Of Sugarhill Gang 1979. Charted: 3 36. I got a little face, and a pair of brown eyes All I'm here to do, ladies, is hypnotize Singin' on'n'n'on'n'on on'n'on, The beat don't stop until the break of dawn Singin' on'n'n'on'n'on on'n'on, Like a hot buttered pop da pop da pop dibbie dibbie Pop da. Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn September 5th 1981, the Sugarhill Gang performed Rapper's Delight on the ABC-TV program 'American Bandstand'. Twenty-three months earlier on November 4th, 1979 it entered Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart at position 84 and on January 6th, 1980 it peaked at 36 for 1 week and spent 12 weeks on the Top 100