ACETATE RAP DISCO BOOGIE ALERT STARR ORGANIZATION 1979 CHRISTMAS RAPPIN' K.BLOW
Only known copy from the very beginning of the genres of disco and hip-hop! Rhythm
track is an edit from "Christmas Rappin'" by Kurtis Blow, which was the first Hip-Hop song released on a major
label. Kurtis Blow recorded it with producers Robert Ford (credited on the label) and J.B. Moore. They
took it to Mercury Records, who signed Kurtis to a 2-single deal, under the condition
that if both singles were successful, he would get an album deal. This was the first
single, and it did very well. The second single was "The Breaks," and it became the first
rap song to be certified as a gold record, selling over 500,000 copies. Kurtis got the
album deal and became the first rapper signed to a major label. Courtesy of 'song facts'
Vocal by the Starr Corporation, from 1979, in the early disco rap style of rappers Jimmy Spicer and
Count Coolout and Kid Creole, some of the earliest disco MCs! I have been the original, proud
owner of 30 years of this beauty, and have maintained the acetate in excellent condition. Now it could be your turn to be the one and only owner of a
most rare acetate. This is a buy now, fixed price item and is priced acordingly.
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Have a listen to both sides Side 01 1 DANCEN SATICFACTION - STARR ORGANIZATION 1979 ACETATE by Neb Black Side 02 0II DANCEN SATICFACTION STARR ORGANIZATION by Neb Black
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