Well, I had to totally explain to Ginger the early history of rap and hip-hop. Growing up as a kid in suburban Chicago, I will never forget one of my good friends Scott turning me onto EPMD, BDP, Big Daddy Kane, etc., then he really blew my mind with P.E., and I completely went over the edge with Straight Outta Compton. Anyway, this is an extremely early record from a seminal label in the hip hop and rap world, B-Boy Records. Like having very early Def Jam or Death Row pressings. Most importantly, this record dropped just a year after the very first release on the B-Boy record label of the first single by Boogie Down Productions. Of course KRS-1 and Scott LaRock had a phenomenal, if brief, career there after. This record features I Got Rhythm, and that is critically acclaimed as the second most important release from B-Boy records. I love the old-school label. I love the old-school graffiti style jacket. I love the early important record label, and the connection to the very roots of rap and hip-hop we hear now. I love everything about this record. Hopefully you can understand its cultural significance. Ginger did hop (no pun intended) on YouTube and find a recording of it which you can check out below.
Take a listen to it on youtube: https://youtu.be/sBQIBdAFCDk
Has not been played, vinyl is in VG condition.
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