Crack It Up #7
It’s been a minute or two since we brought you an update on America’s war against drugs. But don’t think for a bloodclot second that we’ve stopped trying to ‘find every second rate rap record from the 80′s that nobody ever listened to at the time and don’t particularly sound very good today’, as one previous commenter kindly put it. Our search is tireless.
The Poetry Boys effort to get people to stop taking lovely drugs is so obscure they probably weren’t even aware they made it. It’s produced by Jeremiah Yisrael, who was on the boards for the excellent ‘Missy Missy Dee’ by Missy Dee and the Melody Crew (dude also produced a track on the flip of the massively collectable disco heater ‘Invisible Wind’ by Jackie Stoudemire (on this same TAP label), and that’s all we know. Shame, he had some chops.
Poetry Boys – Crack Attack
Robbie Rob didn’t think outside the bird when it came to naming himself or his anti-crack tirade. He also didn’t bother to write more than one verse, a chorus or break the track down in any way. Call us bummers, but we still like it.
Robbie Rob – The Crack Attack