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Jimmy Spicer


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Jimmy Spicer released a number of old school rap singles during the late ’70s and early ’80s, including the epic “Adventures of Super Rhymes” (Dazz, 1979), “The Bubble Bunch” (Mercury, 1982), “Money (Dollar Bill Y’all)” (Spring, 1983), and the Rick Rubin-produced “Beat the Clock” (Def Jam, 1985). “The Bubble Bunch” is also noteworthy for the fact that it featured Jellybean Benitez’s first remix.


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  • Blue_Key

    one of the greatest rap acts to record. Innovative MC, whom without, there'd be no Slick Rick, no other MC's to follow. The first true, "character" MC I'd say. The Adventures Of Super Rhymes exhibits this the way he changes his voice and styles. Dave's tripping down there.

    1 Feb 2012 Reply
  • staytooned

    Dollar Bill Ya'll!

    16 Aug 2010 Reply
  • spincat

    dave, what?

    1 Mar 2010 Reply
  • davedesloover18

    ripoff artist

    5 Aug 2009 Reply
  • 1-DeR

    The Russell Simmons produced (actually, it was Rick Rubin behind it all) "Money (Dollar Bill Y'all" is fuckin' groovin'! Short-lived MC, but it's a nice stash in my collection I go to every now and then. I'm looking for the "I Rock Boots" 12" (pictured above) in either physical wax or digital form to complete my collection. Get at me, I'm sure I got something for you. Props to the few of y'all Jimmy Spicer listeners out there.

    6 Jan 2009 Reply

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