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DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince

DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince

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Philly Busters: The Rappers That Ate New York

Report and Interview by John McCready, New Musical Express, 7 November 1987

After ten years in the shadow of New York Flash and Cool, Philadelphia is fast becoming the City of Brotherly Rap. A new generation of ...

Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince: He's The D.J., I'm The Rapper (Jive)

Review by Push, Melody Maker, 21 May 1988

THE VAST majority of double albums are stuffed with excessive nonsense, material which a greater perspicacity would have assigned to personal libraries. He's The D.J., ...

Boogie Down Productions: By All Means Necessary (Jive/RCA); DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince: He's the DJ, I'm the Rapper (Jive/RCA)

Review by Jon Young, Musician, August 1988

RECENTLY THE paper brought news that two men have been arrested for the murder of DJ Scott LaRock last year, giving By All Means Necessary ...

Jazzy Jeff And Fresh Prince/De La Soul: Superstars Nightclub, Toronto

Live Review by Paul Mathur, Melody Maker, 24 March 1990

IT'S LIKE stumbling back in time. As yet another rap package rolls across the land of the Mounties, De La Soul find themselves in the ...

Boom shake shake the room for the Fresh Prince!

Interview by Tom Doyle, Smash Hits, 15 September 1993

WHEN WILL Smith walks into the room with his posse of baseball-capped, heavy duty "mates" (ie minders), you know someone really famous has arrived. And ...

see also Will Smith


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