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Big Daddy Kane: Classic Rhymes (Video)

blame it on Meka March 31, 2010

Kane is by far one of the most requested MC’s people always suggest, no demand, we cover. And we couldn’t be more thrilled that Kane blessed us with an interview.

We initially planned to talk to Kane about recording his classic 1988 debut, “Long Live The Kane” but it quickly dawned on me that we should make the most of our time with Kane, so instead of setting up a future interview to discuss his other classic album “It’s a Big Daddy Thing”, let’s just knock it all out at once.

Thankfully the most influential and finest rapper of all time was in for the trip down memory lane. Needless to say we couldn’t wait to hear Kane talk about creating some of the genre’s most defining songs. I know, neither can you, so I’ll skip the overview of Kane’s career and let him tell you in his own words. – Alex (via NWSO)

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  • kane is most definitely one of the greatest of all time. this is dope.

  • Unxpekted

    1 comment. what a fucking joke.


  • 8equalsignD

    if BDK isnt your favorite rapper’s favorite rapper, you prolly like Jae Millz.

    2db is dope for posting this — school, youngans…

  • Teddy

    Yo Big Daddy Kane is the shit. Then and Now. I wasnt born around his time and “Aint no half steppin” is still one of my favorite songs of all time. Which just so happens to be BDK’s favorite song that he has ever done if Im not mistaken from the video.

  • MithritadesHD

    Kane. Slick Rick. period

  • London aka goonie..


  • Bill Fienberg from the Sticks

    Unfortunately the majority of the c-section is wondering who this new MC is and if he has any mixtapes.

  • i love interviews like this and and could listen to something like this for hours. i wish we had an “inside the mc’s studio” for mcs like BDK so we could hear all of the behind the scenes stuff and thought process when crafting classics not just 2 minutes here and 3 minutes there.

    Props to classicrhymes.com

  • markc

    too bad around 1997 he started rhyming slow n shit..

  • Kane was my favorite MC when I was growing up – the early early years. He’s still top 5 of all time in my opinion. Great to hear about some how these two albums and his career came about.

  • Wangchung

    Big Daddy Kane is a champ !