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Cold Chillin' Records: Licensed To Chill
Report and Interview by Paolo Hewitt, John McCready, New Musical Express, 12 March 1988
Cold Chillin' Records was started in 1986 by Tyrone Williams. As manager of Marley Marl — a 23 year old producer, writer, arranger, and renowned New ...
Cold Chillin' Records: The Big Chill
Interview by Caroline Sullivan, Melody Maker, 16 April 1988
COLD CHILLIN' HAVE COMPILED A ROSTER TO CHALLENGE DEF JAM'S HIP HOP SUPREMACY. CAROLINE SULLIVAN MEETS A TRIO ON THE WAY TO THE TOP ...
Indie Labels: Players With the Rap Attack Making the Most Impact — and It's Not Just for the Money
Report by Vernon Gibbs, Billboard, 18 June 1988
INDEPENDENT LABELS have always been critical to the exposure of new black music. In the '50s, labels like Specialty and Chess gave pioneers like Little ...
Biz Markie: The Biz Never Sleeps (Cold Chillin' 1-26003)
Review by Jeff Lorez, Blues & Soul, 31 October 1989
RAP CLOWN Biz takes us on a lackadaisical cartoon journey through an array of fairly standard outings, both utilising Biz's comical vocal affectations as well ...
Hip-Hop Legend Biz Markie Dies At 57
Obituary by Ben Merlis, uDiscoverMusic, 17 July 2021
Known as "The Clown Prince of Hip-Hop", Biz Markie's larger-than-life persona was equally matched by his musical brilliance. ...
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