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Positive K

About Positive K

Mixing relationship commentary, humorous rhymes, and danceable beats, Brooklyn emcee Positive K released his debut album The Skills Dat Pay Da Bills in '92. His infectious lead single "I Got A Man" lit up the charts and became a crossover classic, frequently appearing on Pop Rap compilations to this day. He returned in '96 with the Teddy Riley produced single "Black Cinderella." In '97 he collaborated with both Al Green and Harry Connick Jr., but has been pretty quiet ever since.

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Listen toPositive Kon Rhapsody

Mixing relationship commentary, humorous rhymes, and danceable beats, Brooklyn emcee Positive K released his debut album The Skills Dat Pay Da Bills in '92. His infectious lead single "I Got A Man" lit up the charts and became a crossover classic, frequently appearing on Pop Rap compilations to this day. He returned in '96 with the Teddy Riley produced single "Black Cinderella." In '97 he collaborated with both Al Green and Harry Connick Jr., but has been pretty quiet ever since.

About Positive K

Mixing relationship commentary, humorous rhymes, and danceable beats, Brooklyn emcee Positive K released his debut album The Skills Dat Pay Da Bills in '92. His infectious lead single "I Got A Man" lit up the charts and became a crossover classic, frequently appearing on Pop Rap compilations to this day. He returned in '96 with the Teddy Riley produced single "Black Cinderella." In '97 he collaborated with both Al Green and Harry Connick Jr., but has been pretty quiet ever since.

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About Positive K

Mixing relationship commentary, humorous rhymes, and danceable beats, Brooklyn emcee Positive K released his debut album The Skills Dat Pay Da Bills in '92. His infectious lead single "I Got A Man" lit up the charts and became a crossover classic, frequently appearing on Pop Rap compilations to this day. He returned in '96 with the Teddy Riley produced single "Black Cinderella." In '97 he collaborated with both Al Green and Harry Connick Jr., but has been pretty quiet ever since.

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