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eric b. & rakim
2 October, 2014 10:02 pm

Pulled from a lost Mr. Magic mix, this seldom heard Marley Marl remix of Eric B & Rakim’s “My Melody” is an extended version that recently surfaced on the internet. Was this an intended “Seven Minutes Of Madness” version?

30 November, 2012 6:26 am

Marley Marl is unquestionably one of the greatest producers and DJs in hip hop history. His influence and importance to hip hop are undeniable, and his innovative productions and pioneering use of sampling helped define the genre. Marley Marl has produced beats for some of the music’s finest MCs including Big Daddy Kane, MC Shan, [cont.]

16 July, 2012 8:56 am

Reebok Classics and Complex team up to release a mini-documentary on legendary Long Island, New York emcee, William “Rakim” Griffin Jr.

2 June, 2010 4:29 am

Wrek drops knowledge on this classic Eric B. & Rakim beat. Al Dope Capone. LISTEN: Wrekonize (!Mayday!) – “Know The Ledge (Freestyle)” Wrekonize (!Mayday!) – “Know The Ledge (Freestyle)” (MP3)

1 January, 2002 12:00 am

Way before Rakim was rocking a graying beard next to the luscious lips of Truth Hurts, or even before he pioneered the idea of rap and R&B collaborations on Jody Watley’s “Friends” (yes, it was all his fault), there was Paid In Full, the debut album from Eric B. & Rakim, which ushered in a new [cont.]

1 January, 1997 12:00 am

Way before Rakim was rocking a graying beard next to the luscious lips of Truth Hurts, or even before he pioneered the idea of rap and R&B collaborations on Jody Watley’s “Friends” (yes, it was all his fault), there was Paid In Full, the debut album from Eric B. & Rakim, which ushered in a new [cont.]

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