I Need A Haircut - Biz Markie Reviews
Description:Genre: Hip-Hop & Rap - East Coast / Artist: Biz Markie / Import / Audio CD released 1995-09-26 at Cold Chillin / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 To My Boys 2 Road Block 3 Let Go My Eggo 4 What Comes Around Goes Around 5 Romeo and Juliet 6 T.S.R. (Toilet Stool Rap ... more
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by danball - written on 12/01/09 (Useful, 37 readings)
This is Biz s first album and was originally released in 1988 on Cold Chillin Records (at the time, home of Big Daddy Kane and MC Shan). This is a good album, Biz displays his humours approach to rap and his talent as a beatboxer. The whole album was produced by legendary hip-hop producer Marley Marl. The album peaked at number 90 in the US top 200 billboard chart and number 19 in the US R&B/Hip Hop album chart. Pickin Boogers is the first song on the album and lets the listener know what Biz is all about very quickly. This is a fun Hip Hop track detailing Biz Markie s love of boogers and how they have multiple uses; such as placing them in peoples food. Lovely. ...
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