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Long Live The Kane

Big Daddy Kane

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Even though he spends a good 90% of the album boasting about his skills and abilities on the microphone, and cutting those of other MCs, Big Daddy Kane consistently proves himself a thrilling artist on his debut album, Long Live the Kane, one of the most appealing creations from the original new school of rap. This debut captures the Big Daddy Kane who rocked the house at hip-hop clubs and verbally cut up any and all comers in the late '80s with his articulate precision and locomotive power -- the Big Daddy Kane who became an underground legend, the Big Daddy Kane who had the sheer verbal facility and razor-clean dexterity to ambush any MC and exhilarate anyone who witnessed or heard him perform. There are missteps here, to be sure -- especially "The Day You're Mine," on which Kane casts himself as a loverman over a stilted drum machine and lackluster, cheesily seductive singing (offering a glimpse of the particular corner into which he would eventually paint himself). But there are also plenty of legitimate early hip-hop classics, none of which have lost an ounce of their power, and all of which serve as reminders of a time and era when hip-hop felt immediate, exciting, fresh, and a little bit dangerous (in the figurative, rather than literal, sense), and when hip-hop spawned commercial tastes of the moment rather than surrendering to them. Although his next album would be nearly the artistic equal of the debut -- and, in many ways, even bettered it -- Big Daddy Kane would never sound as compelling or as fresh as on this first effort.
© Stanton Swihart /TiVo

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1
Long Live the Kane
00:04:55

Marley Marl, Producer - Big Daddy Kane, Writer, MainArtist

© 1988 Cold Chillin' Records/Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1993 Reprise Records

2
Raw Remix LP Version
00:05:45

A. Hardy, Writer - WILLIAMS, Writer - M. WILLIAMS, Writer - Big Daddy Kane, Writer, Performance, MainArtist

© 1988 Cold Chillin' Records/Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1988 Warner Records Inc.

3
Set It Off Album Version
00:04:06

Antonio Hardy, Composer - Marley Marl, Producer - Big Daddy Kane, MainArtist

© 1988 Cold Chillin' Records/Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1988 Warner Records Inc.

4
The Day You're Mine
00:05:12

Marley Marl, Producer - Big Daddy Kane, Writer, MainArtist - Andre Booth, Writer

© 1988 Cold Chillin' Records/Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1993 Reprise Records

5
On the Bugged Tip
00:03:18

Marley Marl, Producer - Big Daddy Kane, Writer, MainArtist

© 1988 Cold Chillin' Records/Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1993 Reprise Records

6
Ain't No Half-Steppin' Album Version
00:05:20

R. Temperton, Composer - Rodney Temperton, Writer - Antonio Hardy, Composer, Lyricist, Writer - Marley Marl, Producer - Big Daddy Kane, Rapper Vocals, MainArtist

© 1988 Cold Chillin' Records/Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1988 Warner Records Inc.

7
I'll Take You There Album Version
00:04:56

Alvertis Isbell, Composer, Lyricist - Antonio Hardy, Composer, Lyricist - Marley Marl, Producer - Big Daddy Kane, MainArtist

© 1988 Cold Chillin' Records/Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1988 Warner Records Inc.

8
Just Rhymin' with Biz feat. Biz Markie Album Version
00:04:02

Marlon Williams, Composer, Lyricist - Antonio Hardy, Composer, Lyricist - Marley Marl, Producer - Big Daddy Kane, MainArtist - Biz Markie, Vocals, FeaturedArtist

© 1988 Cold Chillin' Records/Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1988 Warner Records Inc.

9
Mister Cee's Master Plan
00:05:25

Marley Marl, Producer - Big Daddy Kane, Writer, MainArtist

© 1988 Cold Chillin' Records/Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1993 Reprise Records

10
Word to the Mother (Land) Album Version
00:03:09

Marlon Williams, Composer, Lyricist - Antonio Hardy, Composer, Lyricist - Marley Marl, Producer - Big Daddy Kane, MainArtist

© 1988 Cold Chillin' Records/Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1988 Warner Records Inc.

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Even though he spends a good 90% of the album boasting about his skills and abilities on the microphone, and cutting those of other MCs, Big Daddy Kane consistently proves himself a thrilling artist on his debut album, Long Live the Kane, one of the most appealing creations from the original new school of rap. This debut captures the Big Daddy Kane who rocked the house at hip-hop clubs and verbally cut up any and all comers in the late '80s with his articulate precision and locomotive power -- the Big Daddy Kane who became an underground legend, the Big Daddy Kane who had the sheer verbal facility and razor-clean dexterity to ambush any MC and exhilarate anyone who witnessed or heard him perform. There are missteps here, to be sure -- especially "The Day You're Mine," on which Kane casts himself as a loverman over a stilted drum machine and lackluster, cheesily seductive singing (offering a glimpse of the particular corner into which he would eventually paint himself). But there are also plenty of legitimate early hip-hop classics, none of which have lost an ounce of their power, and all of which serve as reminders of a time and era when hip-hop felt immediate, exciting, fresh, and a little bit dangerous (in the figurative, rather than literal, sense), and when hip-hop spawned commercial tastes of the moment rather than surrendering to them. Although his next album would be nearly the artistic equal of the debut -- and, in many ways, even bettered it -- Big Daddy Kane would never sound as compelling or as fresh as on this first effort.
© Stanton Swihart /TiVo

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