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Hard to find major label single from this great Long Island crew, and if we remember right, their last release. Dope beats and rhymes on a nice lost piece of East coast hip hop history. 12-inch, Vinyl record
Later recording by T La Rock, this time with Todd Terry, who actually does some nice hip hop production, not the house sound he later became famous for. The vocal style is just about as nice as T La Rock's singles with Mantronix. On "Flow With The New Style", Todd Terry's style is ... 12-inch, Vinyl record
Since the day this single came out, it's been a favorite for MC's to freestyle over – with just a simple drum line combined with a killer, killer koto sample, a big beat precursor to the Asian string fetish Timbaland and others used a full seven years later! 12-inch, Vinyl record