Made by dutch television – 1986 -Old school Hip-Hop
Da Original of dis Gangsta rap ish!!
Glad everyone is saying he predicted what they'd do with rap at the end lmao
At 2:59 Brooklyn cats on left side of stage look like they were waiting for those lights to dim so the terrorize the spot. Thats how Crooklyn roled
Wow!!! I remember that night
he can't dance, but he can rap
The real living legend.
I was listening to Schooly D when he first showed on the scene. I remember being blown away by how raw and powerful he was. I used to love smokin a doob and listening to Saturday Night. Being a white boy listening to rap in the early and mid 80's, I knew only a handful of other people who listened to rap. And it was mostly Dougie Fresh, RUN DMC, Whodini etc. I would play Schooly D and people would say "Man, that's crazy music, it's too profane." And I would say that he's just rapping about reality. No fantasy bullshit. He got straight to the point and delivered hard! When NWA got big, all the same people jumped on the ganster rap bandwagon. I would tell them that Schooly was rapping like that when NWA was singing love songs ( World Class Wrecking Crew).
he tells the future at the end there! This is the GLAM ROCK era in Hip Hop right now!!!
glorifying drugs guns sayin nigga….etc,like thats all the Nubian community has to offer.Dumbass.
And they did exactly that with rap
I'll go back to the 80s in a time machine and bring all modern drugs for them hehehe
I wonder what he thinks of the "rap" music 30 years later in 2016.
Unfortunately, rap has gone down the same route as rock n roll. Sorry to disappoint you Schooly.
Hip Hop right now is like how glam rock was back in the 80's. A joke..
schoolly d west philly legend psk 52
Gangsta's dont dance or dress like that. Especially in the 80's.
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I worked as a bouncer at the the LQ back in the mid 80's…And a lot of rappers use to get death threats, and people getting stuck up for their jewelry and a lot of fights which kept me on my toes…But good memories.
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