Money Worries - MC OJ & Rhythm Slave - What Can We Say (CD, Album)


Download Money Worries  - MC OJ & Rhythm Slave - What Can We Say (CD, Album)
1991
Label: Southside Records - D30660,Festival Records - D30660 • Format: CD Album • Country: New Zealand • Genre: Hip Hop •


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  1. Meztit says:Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about MC OJ & Rhythm Slave - What Can We Say at Discogs. Complete your MC OJ & Rhythm Slave collection.3/5(1).
  2. Diran says:MC OJ & Rhythm Slave. The duo's first creative collaboration was as hip hop duo MC OJ & Rhythm Slave, best known for their single "That's The Way (Positivity)", based around a sample from "That's the Way (I Like It)" by KC and the Sunshine norsizznaknarehand.milnaeclervitewarbebamugalpostving.co pair met at Selwyn College in the late '80s and started performing together, playing at house parties and getting Nationality: New Zealand.
  3. Mazahn says:Jun 27,  · Moneeeey!” to which OJ and Slave rap, “I ain’t got none, I wanna get some.” But it’s not all bad. One thing that’s free is being able “to rap about money worries”. Ten years down the track we can only hope that money is no longer a worry for the boys.
  4. Zoloran says:What Can We Say? is the debut album of New Zealand hip hop duo MC OJ and Rhythm Slave. It includes the singles "That's The Way (Positivity)" and "Money Worries", which charted at #12 and #36 respectively. The album was written and produced in collaboration with George Hubbard and Daniel Barnes (Rhythm and Business) and Paul Casserly and Mark Tierney Genre: Hip hop.
  5. Shakalkree says:Label: Southside Records - L • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Australia & New Zealand • Genre: Hip Hop •.
  6. Grogor says:Jul 13,  · Entertainment guaranteed watching young kiwi rap duo MC OJ & Rhythm Slave's amusing and striking video for their debut single Positivity, precariously built upon one highly recognisable sample.
  7. Kacage says:Irrepressible duo MC OJ (Otis Frizzell) and the Rhythm Slave (Mark Williams) emerged as teenagers in the first wave of Kiwi hip hop. In the early s they released album What Can We Say? and a series of singles for Murray Cammick's Southside label. After a brief spell in quartet Joint Force, the pair turned their attentions to televison to front the hip hop influenced Mo'Show.
  8. Kazihn says:Jan 13,  · Almost 6 minutes long, this lengthy comedic slice of early NZ Hip Hop from MC OJ and Rhythm Slave was never likely to set the charts ablaze. A head-scratching curio from , this long-forgotten.

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