Remember The Times: What Was the First Album That You Owned?

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My mother’s younger brother introduced me to rap music when I was about 7 years old. It was roughly 1983. He’d come around with cassette tapes filled with various songs from whoever the hell these people were, and almost immediately, I was in love. This was the most beautiful combination of sounds I’d ever heard, and that’s coming from a man who was born in the late 70s, raised in a house where Black soul music pumped continuously. Continually. So much so that my father swiftly traded in his affinity for 70s funk and disco music for a genuine love of rap in the early 1980s. His love of Hip Hop hit him at the same time as mine.

His Earth, Wind, and Fire, Chaka Khan, and Stevie Wonder albums were (sorta) replaced by Whodini, Run DMC, LL Cool J, and EPMD tapes. Some years later, we’d bump DJ QUIK…

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About Extraordinaire The Great

Walter Lee AKA Walter Lee Iacocca AKA Walter Lee Younger. Extraordinaire is a producer,songwriter,hustler,one half of the group @blackfolkinc and founding member of @circa94beats. Walter Lee was born in Music City USA Nashville, Tennessee, spending a great deal of time between his hometown of Chattanooga,Tennessee and Atlanta,Georgia growing up.This gave the budding musical artist a vantage point in developing his sound by the time he entered Middle Tennessee State University's acclaimed Recording Industry program. He has produced, performed and toured with some of the best in the industry...to make a long story short "that boy is good!"

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