Back in June of 2006, I posted my first rap track on Last Days. Since then I occasionally post rap tracks and I’ve always contended that this stuff is the shit. The late 1970′s/early 1980′s were on one level all about shaking off the oppressiveness of the 1960s. Early hip-hop made the break just as smoothly as punk rock.
Recently, I have been getting a lot more love for the rap tracks I have been posting and I decided to gather up all the hip-hop that I have posted over the years and present them here on my first Last Days re-post.
All of these tracks are amazing but the first five are absolutely crucial. Don’t miss out a second time!
Rammelzee vs K. Rob – Beat Bop
LoveBug Starski – Dancin Party People
Sicle Cell and Rhapazooty – Rhapazooty Blue
Master Jay and Michael Dee – T.S.O.B.
Younger Generation – We Rap More Mellow
The Sequence – Tear The Roof Off
Lady D – Lady D Rap
Super 3 – Philosophy Rappin Spree
The Nice and Nasty Three – The Ultimate Rap
Count Coolout – Rythm Rap Rock
Lady B – To The Beat Y’All
Coati Mundi – Que Pasa / Me No Pop
Phase II – The Roxy
Jimmy Spicer – The Adventures of Super Rhyme
King Tim III – Charley Says! (Roller Boogie Baby)
Kool Kyle The Starchild – It’s Rockin’ Time
Ronnie Gee – Raptivity
Xanadu & Sweet Lady – Rocker’s Choice
TJ Swann – And You Know That
Sugarhill Gang – Sugarhill Groove
Tanya “Sweet Tee” Winley – Vicious Rap
Funky Four Plus One More – Rappin’ and Rockin’ The House
Dr Jeckyll & Mr Hyde – Genius of Love Rap