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Rap History

This song is by KRS-One and appears on the album Keep Right (2004).

(Feat. Afrika Bambaataa)

Afrika Bambaataa:
We got to understand rap been here for a long time~!
When God talked to the prophets, he was rappin'
And when the prophets talked back to God, they was rappin'
And then if people wanna bring it up and get all up to the modern days and ages
We can start to goin' in the 60's when you had Shirley Ellis
When she did "The Name Game" and "The Clapping Song"
We can go to the poetry rappin' of of sister Son... Sonia Sanchez
With uh The Watts Poets, or The Last Poets
We can get into the political or the message rap
Of The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan, Malcolm X
Or The Honorable Elijah Muhammad
We can get into the the the the party and fun raps
Of Pigby Markam[? ], Marks Baby[? ]
We can go back to the "Hi De Hi De Ho" with Cab Calloway
We can go back to the radio disc jockey or jocko
Eddie OJ, and all the others that did things
We can go back to the LOVE RAP of Isaac Hayes, Black Moses
To the LOVE RAP of Barry White out there
This is all part of rap
And if all you country people want to get into the country and western thing
We can take it to, Tony Joe White, when he did "Poke Salad Annie"
This is all dealin' with the rap
Rap has always been there... [echoes]

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