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Over at Cuepoint, Grandmaster Caz weighs in on the death of Big Bank Hank of the Sugarhill Gang. For those that don’t know, Hank stole Caz’s rhymes for “Rapper’s Delight,” and saw platinum success in the process. Caz makes peace with the issue.

Meanwhile, we get an in-depth interview piece with DJ Hollywood, the Harlem knight who *arguably* created rap music. Check out both via the links below.

Making Peace With Big Bank Hank

DJ Hollywood: The Original King of New York

8 Responses to "Cuepoint: Making Peace With Big Bank Hank by Grandmaster Caz"
  • Rich says:

    The idea is to let hatred go. It does Caz no good to hate Hank, while he was alive or dead, especially now that he’s dead. If someone asks you a question or how you feel about the dead person, if you got nothing positive/mature to say, then say NO COMMENT, and keep it moving. Let Karma take care of everything and everyone. No need to hate or wish ill will on anyone. Grow up and move on with your life.

  • khordkutta says:

    maybe when someone dies you realize, as shitty as they were it really wasnt that big of a deal, and you wish had more time with the person, yall for real?

  • khordkutta says:

    you look @ things different when someone passes, it makes you realize your own frailties and fuckups, a friend of mine was always late on roadtrips, it would be me and a crew of like2-8 other dudes, this dude was ALWYS late, like an hour or two, so one time he got left, few years later he died in a car accident, wish we would stayed so he coulda been on that trip, coulda had more memories, just an example.

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