Rick & DJ Jimmie Jazz. Pow Wow. 12 inch Vinyl Single.
by. Rick & DJ Jimmie Jaz. Pow Wow 1987. Producers: Jimmie Jones, Marlon Dobson. Main genre: Hip-Hop, Rap, R&B. Contains samples of 1 song. Vocals, Lyrics Hip-Hop, Rap, R&B.
On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: Maxi Club Disco Funk, Vol. 5 (2009).
Funky Four Plus One More – Rappin' And Rocking The House. Label: Enjoy Records – ER-6000. Series: Classic Series (4) –. Format: Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Reissue.
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The whole album is consistent and all the songs are awesome – no filler tracks here. Clever wordplay, deft rhymes, playful production, incredible sampling, positivity, and fun: 3 Feet High And Rising represented a new direction for Hip Hop, clearly a reaction to cliches already emerging in Hip Hop, even in its early years. 4. Kool G Rap & DJ Polo - Road To The Riches. Bass, snare drum in your eardrum, Musical outcome, lyrical tantrum, Energy enters me, power absorbed, Phonograph arts and crafts mic warlord (Rhymes I Express).
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|Funky Rappin' (Dub)||5:25|
|Funky Rappin' (Acapella)||4:40|
|PW 427||Rick & D.J. Jimmie Jaz||Funky Rappin' (12")||Pow Wow Records||PW 427||US||1987|
|PW 427||Rick And D.J. Jimmie Jaz*||Funky Rappin' (12", TP)||Pow Wow Records||PW 427||US||1987|
|PW/PRO 427||Rick & D.J. Jimmie Jaz||Funky Rappin (12", Promo)||Pow Wow Records||PW/PRO 427||US||1987|