Label: MCA Records - 670.4271 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Brazil • Genre: Hip Hop •
Heavy D & The Boyz. Rap · Editors’ Notes Though Heavy D was the self-proclaimed “overweight lover,” he was also one of the nimblest rappers of his era, and his swift flow is the defining element of ’s Big Tyme. While other rappers roared like lions, Heavy handled himself with the sleek confidence of .
· Like Whodini, Heavy D. has managed to appeal to both R&B audiences and rap's , Heavy shows strong R&B leanings on Big Tyme, his second album, which is definitely softer and more congenial than what one would have expected from Ice-T or Public Enemy that year. But the Long Island MC has a lot of technique -- a fact that hardcore hip-hoppers couldn't overlook when /10(41).
· HEAVY D. & THE BOYZ ‘Big Tyme’ (US Uptown Records MCA) Instantly massive on import, this strong rap album has the Zapp ‘More Bounce To The Ounce’ based ultra funky (intro)½bpm ‘More Bounce’, Marley Marl produced madly jaunty ⅓bpm ‘Here We Go Again, Y’All‘, exciting JB sampling fast talking jumpy bpm ‘Flexin’‘, Brown & Byrd jittered funky ½bpm.
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