Interview with LL Cool J in his old neighbourhood for dutch Television (by Marcel Vanthilt). Old School Hip-Hop – Broadcast of 1986 by VPRO.
It's crazy that other countries was on hip hop before we were
Ll at granny house lol where the locals rappers at
Before drake was even born there was LL
My favorite rapper Mr 'll cool j for real
Some people are BORN LEGENDS!! LL is king!
She had plastic furniture
love this shit! witnessing an original b-boy right here
Man has knowledge respect ll
So true, game's missing you LL
Another rare young LL clip in this video at 6 minutes 25: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cu38AL4E7I4
"COOL/KOOL IS THE WORD!!!!"
OMG! I'm a fan since 1987 due to the intro of "I need love" heard on the car radio on the way to the movies where I told ALL to SHUT UP!, as it was just one of those songs that I just GOT to hear. I want to hear this song so shut up! Don't remember the movie but I remember the first time I heard his song on the radio. When I heard his voice, OMG! I love him even more! When I saw him, OMG!!! those beautiful brown eyes!
Anyway, doing some research on Ancestry.com only to find out that my paternal grandfather owned a house 3 minutes from LL's grandparents house many years earlier. I knew they lived in Brooklyn way back in the day, but I had no idea they also lived in Queens.
why would someone pay to hear how bad life is
Where the hell Elove at?
classic shit young ll cool j
The beginning of the GOAT!!!
Saint Albans Queensa.k.a Northside/Farmers Blvd
Back in time when rappers were fresh
2:20 what he said about female rappers and Rappers being way up there in the music game at the top.Funny what he said way back then has come to light
STR8 B-BOY STYLE!
hell yea! i'd rather dress up like in the old school the dressing up all thugish with thier saggy pants and hoodies looking for trouble and shit.
LL ain't never been garbage!!!!
Eazy E was has been easy e since atleast 86….boyz n da hood was released as a single in 86/87…believe or not hip hop in the east only pre dates its west coast counterpart by a year or two if that…hip hop spread like wild fire…even the south was getting it in by the early 80s
wow that verse he spit in the beginning wasnt heard on record till 1988 on "bigger and deffer" LP atleast thats the first time i heard it cuzz i never saw this interview
damnnn LL was nasty
Wow im seeing the real time 1980s!! the mf 80's! its crazy because this interview was done a decade before I was born haha. That is just crazy weird. Every decade existed at some point. This was 28 years ago…but it does really feel or look like it really. The only differences are the cars and the clothes.
It's not the LA Rapper "Eazy E". It is LL's Friend and Hype Man "E-Love" that LL names Easy E. I guess the LA Rapper wasn't known before 1988 and this is 1986!
well spoken ll love the ending.
lmao omg the way he talks and his mannerism's when he was younger remind me of stevie j.!
1:10 Wow Eazy E looked way different back then.
man das waren zeiten,say yeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaah!
HE BASICALLY DISSED THE WHOLE SOULTRAIN SET * JERI CURL SUCKERS WEARING HIGH HEEL BOOTS Lol.
LL Coontikinta J
little dark meat
jay z is a blackie
Damn thats queens?
saw the swagg—legend in leather, long n lean…uno what a mean?
@djrestless The documentary is called "Big Fun in the Big Town" and the full version can be found on Google Video.
this video is crazy!!!wow
3:55 Gotta disagree witcha L! I see where ur coming from, but gotta disagree!
QUEEEEENS ALL DAY BAY BAY!!!
Comments are closed.