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The Bridge by Grandmaster Flash

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Bounce Back feat. Busta Rhymes

Grandmaster Flash

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Bounce Back feat. Busta Rhymes

Grandmaster Flash

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Label: Strut
It's impossible to overstate Flash's role in the formation of hip-hop; for some people, the man is hip-hop. And it's always a dicey thing when an icon steps back into the studio and seeks to add to his canon -- or set the record straight about it. His first major studio album since 1988 is part paean to the reach of hip-hop, part reminiscence about the scene he helped start, part reflection of where he'd be without hip-hop (answer: he doesn't know). It's also, in large part, a celebration of sex, hot chicks, and old-school swagger -- three topics that never seem to lose their appeal.

About This Album

It's impossible to overstate Flash's role in the formation of hip-hop; for some people, the man is hip-hop. And it's always a dicey thing when an icon steps back into the studio and seeks to add to his canon -- or set the record straight about it. His first major studio album since 1988 is part paean to the reach of hip-hop, part reminiscence about the scene he helped start, part reflection of where he'd be without hip-hop (answer: he doesn't know). It's also, in large part, a celebration of sex, hot chicks, and old-school swagger -- three topics that never seem to lose their appeal.

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About This Album

It's impossible to overstate Flash's role in the formation of hip-hop; for some people, the man is hip-hop. And it's always a dicey thing when an icon steps back into the studio and seeks to add to his canon -- or set the record straight about it. His first major studio album since 1988 is part paean to the reach of hip-hop, part reminiscence about the scene he helped start, part reflection of where he'd be without hip-hop (answer: he doesn't know). It's also, in large part, a celebration of sex, hot chicks, and old-school swagger -- three topics that never seem to lose their appeal.