Schoolly-D – Schoolly-D

Label:
Gangster Boogie Records
Art.Nr.:
09548051
Kat.Nr.:
-

Released:
1985
Cover:
Picture
Format:
LP
Pressung:
RU - Reissue
Zustand:
Neu
Vinyl:
Cover:
Genre:
Old School + United States + Hip Hop / Rap
Stichworte:
whodini, schooly d, schoolly d, ice t
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Black Vinyl Edition!

Limited to 150 copies!

First gangster rap in history! First time on vinyl after 30 years!! Absolute classic, criminally underrated!!!

"When Schoolly D returned to Philadelphia in the early '80s after living in Atlanta, he was a couple years away from truly kick-starting his music career. "I had to work my ranks up," the man born Jesse B. Weaver Jr. recalls.

Weaver released his first two 12-inch singles in 1984 and 1985 before finding his stride with a third, "P.S.K. What Does It Mean?", a track now commonly regarded as the first gangsta rap song ever recorded. Ice-T took Schoolly's lead and flipped the style -- a bobbing, sing-song cadence -- into "6 'N The Mornin'," a direct influence on Eazy-E and N.W.A's breakout in 1988.

"P.S.K.", a hyperlocal anthem that resounded nationally, was Schoolly's big break. A few months later he'd release his debut full-length, Schoolly D, one of a handful of early hip-hop LP's in an era of 12-inch singles.

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TitelFeaturingProducingLänge
A1. I Don't Like Rock "N" RollSchoolly DJr. J.B. We...
A2. Put Your Fila's OnSchoolly DJr. J.B. We...
A3. Free Style RappingSchoolly DJr. J.B. We...
B1. P.S.K. "What Does It Mean"?Schoolly DJr. J.B. We...
B2. Gucci TimeSchoolly DJr. J.B. We...
B3. Free Style CuttingSchoolly DJr. J.B. We...
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