Ok, now that you’ve had a little time to absorb all that old school flavor from yesterday, here’s the continuation.
This track is reeeal dirty, especially for a New York rapper from the mid-80s. I might expect some shit like this from Too $hort or somebody like that, but I feel like the east coast is a little more timid to go this far on record, but Just-Ice fuckin goes there.
Just-Ice – That Girl is a Slut
The most obvious track to bring up in relation to this track is Doug E. Fresh and Slick Rick’s “La Di Da Di” (yes, the inspiration for Snoop and Dre’s “Lodi Dodi“) which it seems came out just a little before the Just-Ice track did. But what’s especially exciting for me is knowing where the drums came from on this track from the great King Geedorah.
King Geedorah – The Fine Print
Yeahhh, 2/3 slow, 1/3 amazing. That’s a formula I can get behind.
And if you just can’t get enough Just-Ice-inspired music, here’s a Redman track that reworks the song that got all this started in the first place.
Redman – It’s Like That (feat. K-Solo)