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About Double Trouble

Double Trouble were a pioneering group known for their fluid and quick-witted rhyme style. The duo Rodney Cee and KK Rockwell, both ex-members of Funky 4 + 1, rapped both in unison and in well-timed tag teaming. They recorded very little actual studio material, but were regulars on the block party and club circuit. They were also featured in the quintessential b-boy movie Wild Style. Rodney battles Busy Bee early in the film, and they perform their legendary "Stoop Rap," which would later be sampled by Fatboy Slim. Unfortunately, it's nearly impossible to find any of their music aside from the Wild Style soundtrack, and they've been laying pretty low since the mid-eighties.

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Listen toDouble Troubleon Rhapsody

Double Trouble were a pioneering group known for their fluid and quick-witted rhyme style. The duo Rodney Cee and KK Rockwell, both ex-members of Funky 4 + 1, rapped both in unison and in well-timed tag teaming. They recorded very little actual studio material, but were regulars on the block party and club circuit. They were also featured in the quintessential b-boy movie Wild Style. Rodney battles Busy Bee early in the film, and they perform their legendary "Stoop Rap," which would later be sampled by Fatboy Slim. Unfortunately, it's nearly impossible to find any of their music aside from the Wild Style soundtrack, and they've been laying pretty low since the mid-eighties.

About Double Trouble

Double Trouble were a pioneering group known for their fluid and quick-witted rhyme style. The duo Rodney Cee and KK Rockwell, both ex-members of Funky 4 + 1, rapped both in unison and in well-timed tag teaming. They recorded very little actual studio material, but were regulars on the block party and club circuit. They were also featured in the quintessential b-boy movie Wild Style. Rodney battles Busy Bee early in the film, and they perform their legendary "Stoop Rap," which would later be sampled by Fatboy Slim. Unfortunately, it's nearly impossible to find any of their music aside from the Wild Style soundtrack, and they've been laying pretty low since the mid-eighties.

About Double Trouble

Double Trouble were a pioneering group known for their fluid and quick-witted rhyme style. The duo Rodney Cee and KK Rockwell, both ex-members of Funky 4 + 1, rapped both in unison and in well-timed tag teaming. They recorded very little actual studio material, but were regulars on the block party and club circuit. They were also featured in the quintessential b-boy movie Wild Style. Rodney battles Busy Bee early in the film, and they perform their legendary "Stoop Rap," which would later be sampled by Fatboy Slim. Unfortunately, it's nearly impossible to find any of their music aside from the Wild Style soundtrack, and they've been laying pretty low since the mid-eighties.