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Youngest In Charge

( public enemy - kurtis blow - black sheep )

Label: Get On Down
Art.Nr.: 09533567
Kat.Nr.: GET 51312 LP
Jahr: 1989
Cover: Picture Gatefold
Format: LP
Pressung: US - Reissue

Zustand: Neu
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Hip Hop / Rap
Special Ed - Youngest In Charge

Special Ed’s debut LP presented in a gatefold jacket with liner notes by Brian Coleman that include interviews with Ed and Howie Tee. In 1989, Hip-Hop was truly bona fide. It had shed the “just a gimmick” tag years before, as it showed not only artistic growth, but serious sales numbers. In short, it was here to stay. After the explosion of Run-DMC, the Beastie Boys and Public Enemy in New York and the rise of the West Coast seen in multiplatinum successes by N.W.A. and Ice-T, the music started to truly expand, letting new voices and approaches join the party and make their own waves. One of those was a young man from Brooklyn who went by the name Special Ed. Only 16 when his debut hit shelves (and then quickly flew off them), his age was indeed just a number. Beyond any gimmicks, Ed had serious skills. Fortunately, Ed found his way into the recording studio with fellow Brooklynite, Hitman Howie Tee. Howie had seen some success as part of the group CD III earlier in the 80s, and also did uncredited production on the worldwide smash “Roxanne, Roxanne” by UTFO in 1984. With skills and experience under his belt, he was waiting for his true “big moment.” Ed was the MC that Howie had been waiting for, and together they made history. Once it hit, Howie’s instincts were proved correct – Youngest In Charge was a smash, rocked on radio, in clubs and on boomboxes around the world. It shot up the Billboard 100 and Rap / R&B album charts with ease, and hit Gold status by the late ‘90s, proving the album’s staying power. Even considering the novelty of Ed’s youth, the Youngest In Charge album stands very firmly on its own as a hip-hop classic, the ultimate in late ‘80s New York brag swagger, with hit singles “I Got It Made” and “Think About It,” both which showed off Ed’s battle stances and Howie Tee’s masterful, never-endingly catchy productions. Add to it deeper album cuts that still resonate like “Taxing,” “Fly M.C.” and “I’m The Magnificent” (a later single, in 1990), and it brings you back to a time when hip-hop was all about skills and chemistry. Special Ed and Howie Tee certainly had both, with dopeness to spare.

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TitelFeaturingProducingLänge
A1.TaxingHowie Tee04:00
A2.I Got It MadeHowie Tee03:40
A3.I'm The MagnificentHowie Tee04:30
A4.Club SceneHowie Tee06:15
A5.HoedownHowie Tee04:40
B1.Think About ItHowie Tee04:23
B2.Ak-ShunHowie Tee03:45
B3.Monster JamHowie Tee04:56
B4.The BushHowie Tee03:49
B5.Fly M.C.Howie Tee02:26
B6.Heds And DredsHowie Tee02:56
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