Big Apple Rappin': The Early Days of Hip-Hop Culture in New York City 1979–1982  

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Big Apple Rappin': The Early Days of Hip-Hop Culture in New York City 1979-1982 is a compilation released on Soul Jazz Records. As the title suggests, it contains songs by various artists from the old school of New York hip hop.

Track listing

Disc 1

  1. Spoonin' Rap - Spoonie Gee
  2. Sure Shot - Xanadu
  3. How We Gonna Make The Black Nation Rise - Brother D
  4. Rapping Dub Style - General Echo
  5. Catch The Beat - T Ski Valley
  6. Dancing Heart - Universal 2
  7. Funkbox Party - Masterdon Committee
  8. Weekend - Cold Crush Brothers

Disc 2

  1. Big Apple Rappin’ - Spyder D
  2. DJ Style - Mr Q
  3. Fly Guys Rap - The Fly Guys
  4. Get The Party Jumping - Solo Sound
  5. Rock The Beat - The Jamaica Girls
  6. Standing On The Top - Super 3
  7. Are You Ready - TJ Swann, Peewee Mel & Barry B
  8. Ultimate Rap - Nice & Nasty 3




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