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About Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock

From the Old School Hip-Hop era of street-savvy emcees dressed in workout jumpsuits, sneakers and gold chains, their 1988 single "It Takes Two" went from mega hit, to played-out, to Hip-Hop classic. With influences such as Kurtis Blow and Run-D.M.C, Rob Base had a smooth and articulate flow style that was easy to recognize and fun to quote. Base released two LPs following "It Takes Two" (without the help from DJ E-Z Rock) such as the 1989 LP The Incredible Base, which had some highlights; however, like so many other albums to follow big hits, this album didn't receive the same praise.

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Listen toRob Base and DJ E-Z Rockon Rhapsody

From the Old School Hip-Hop era of street-savvy emcees dressed in workout jumpsuits, sneakers and gold chains, their 1988 single "It Takes Two" went from mega hit, to played-out, to Hip-Hop classic. With influences such as Kurtis Blow and Run-D.M.C, Rob Base had a smooth and articulate flow style that was easy to recognize and fun to quote. Base released two LPs following "It Takes Two" (without the help from DJ E-Z Rock) such as the 1989 LP The Incredible Base, which had some highlights; however, like so many other albums to follow big hits, this album didn't receive the same praise.

About Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock

From the Old School Hip-Hop era of street-savvy emcees dressed in workout jumpsuits, sneakers and gold chains, their 1988 single "It Takes Two" went from mega hit, to played-out, to Hip-Hop classic. With influences such as Kurtis Blow and Run-D.M.C, Rob Base had a smooth and articulate flow style that was easy to recognize and fun to quote. Base released two LPs following "It Takes Two" (without the help from DJ E-Z Rock) such as the 1989 LP The Incredible Base, which had some highlights; however, like so many other albums to follow big hits, this album didn't receive the same praise.

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About Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock

From the Old School Hip-Hop era of street-savvy emcees dressed in workout jumpsuits, sneakers and gold chains, their 1988 single "It Takes Two" went from mega hit, to played-out, to Hip-Hop classic. With influences such as Kurtis Blow and Run-D.M.C, Rob Base had a smooth and articulate flow style that was easy to recognize and fun to quote. Base released two LPs following "It Takes Two" (without the help from DJ E-Z Rock) such as the 1989 LP The Incredible Base, which had some highlights; however, like so many other albums to follow big hits, this album didn't receive the same praise.

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