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  1. Big Apple Rappin': The Early Days of Hip Hop Culture in New York City , a Various Artists Compilation. Released 27 February on Soul Jazz (catalog no. SJR CD ; CD). Genres: Disco Rap, East Coast Hip Hop. Featured peformers: Johan Kugelberg (compiler, liner notes), Duncan Cowell (mastering), Pete Reilly (mastering), Joe Conzo (photography).
  2. Subtitled: The early days of Hip-Hop culture in New York City Comes in gatefold paper sleeve cover. Artwork is similar to the commercial release's front cover, but instead of the photo of the Rap possee a ficticious Soul Jazz Records, Inc. record label is shown/5(4).
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  6. SJR CD , SJRCD Various: Big Apple Rappin' (The Early Days Of Hip-Hop Culture In New York City ) ‎ (2xCD, Comp) Soul Jazz Records, Soul Jazz Records: SJR CD , SJRCD UK: Sell This Version.
  7. Big Apple Rappin': The Early Days of Hip-Hop Culture in New York City – is a compilation released on Soul Jazz Records. It contains songs by various artists from the early days of New York hip hop.
  8. A full CD of obscure indie hip hop singles from the golden age all handpicked by producer Tony D. This is pretty much the reason why hip hop compilations exist, all these songs are only available on vinyl and can easily be overlooked and they are all fresh as hell.
  9. 3 years ago, the great label Soul Jazz decided to add hip hop to their wide range of covered styles with the excellent "Big Apple Rappin" compilation and now it's time for a 2nd compilation in the hip hop genre. The focus this time is based around female rappers and most of the tracks are from the 80's era.

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