Long Live the Kane is the debut album by MC Big Daddy Kane, released by Cold Chillin' Records on June 28, 1988. It was produced by Marley Marl and established both as premier artists during hip hop's golden age. Kane displayed his unique rapping technique while covering topics including love ("I'll Take You There"), Afrocentricity ("Word to the Mother(Land)") and his rapping prowess ("Set It Off").
Produced by Marley Marl. Album Long Live the Kane. Long Live the Kane Lyrics
Big Daddy Kane’s quick and suave lyrical delivery partnered with legendary Marley Marl’s production propelled his debut album to RIAA certified gold. Numerous lines from this album have been heavily sampled in other popular hip-hop songs and if you haven’t heard a track from this project, don’t be surprised if you hear a line which is sampled in another song. Due to the success of this album, he was the first MC to popularise the four-finger rings, velour suit and dookie chain style. No doubt this is a hip-hop classic and all hip-hop heads should listen to this understand how influential Kane was in a time when no one else had this style. Stand out songs: Raw, Ain’t No Half-Steppin’ and Just Rhymin’ With Biz. Since this is a relatively short album (~46 mins, no excuse not to listen to this classic) it fits on a single LP.
Big Daddy Kane - Just Rhymin' With Biz (04:02, 320Kb/s). Big Daddy Kane - Word To The Mother (Land) (03:09, 320Kb/s). Big Daddy Kane - Mister Cee's Master Plan (05:25, 320Kb/s). Big Daddy Kane - Raw (Remix; LP Version) (05:45, 320Kb/s). Big Daddy Kane - Long Live The Kane (1988). Long Live The Kane (1988) - download the album and listen online. On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more
Even though he spends a good 90% of the album boasting about his skills and abilities on the microphone, and cutting those of other MCs, Big Daddy Kane consistently proves himself a thrilling artist on his debut album, Long Live the Kane, one of the most appealing creations from the original new school of rap. This debut captures the Big Daddy Kane who rocked the house at hip-hop clubs and verbally cut up any and all comers in the late '80s with his articulate precision and locomotive power - the Big Daddy Kane who became an underground legend, the Big Daddy Kane who had the sheer verbal.
Big Daddy Kane - On The Bugged Tip. Download. 6. Big Daddy Kane - Ain't No Half-Steppin'. 7. Big Daddy Kane - I'll Take You There. 8. Big Daddy Kane - Just Rhymin' With Biz. 9. Big Daddy Kane - Mister Cee's Master Plan. 10. Big Daddy Kane - Word To The Mother (Land). More songs by Big Daddy Kane.
Long Live the Kane is the studio/Mixtape Album by artist/Rapper/DJ Big Daddy Kane, and Album has highlight a Rap sound. It was released/out on 1988 in English dialect, by some Music Recording Company, as the follow-up to last studio/Mixtape Album. The Album features coordinated efforts with makers, producers and guest artists and is noted for Big Daddy Kane experimentation with new melodic types. Long Live the Kane was generally welcomed by critics and was designated/won distinctive awards
by Big Daddy Kane - 10 Tracks - 46:13. Release date 06/21/1988. Word to the Mother (Land). 1988 Cold Chillin' Records/Warner Bros. More Albums by Big Daddy Kane. View all. Ain't No Half-Steppin'.
By: Big Daddy Kane (1988, Hip Hop). Looks Like A Job Fo. y Big Daddy Kane. It’s A Big Daddy Thing by Big Daddy Kane. Daddy’s Home by Big Daddy Kane. View all albums . Long Live The Kane. By: Big Daddy Kane (1988, Hip Hop). 1. 4. The Day You’re Mine. 5. On The Bugged Tip. Ain’t No Half-Steppin’. I’ll Take You There. Just Rhymin’ With Biz. Mister Cee’s Master Plan. More albums from Big Daddy Kane: Rhinestone Cowboy, Autobahn by Big Daddy Kane
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||Long Live The Kane||4:55|
Remix [Uncredited] – Marley Marl
|A3||Set It Off||4:07|
|A4||The Day You're Mine
Written-By – Andre Boothe*, Big Daddy Kane
|A5||On The Bugged Tip
Featuring [Uncredited] – Scoob Lover
|B1||Ain't No Half-Steppin'||5:18|
|B2||I'll Take You There||4:55|
|B3||Just Rhymin' With Biz
Featuring [Uncredited] – Biz Markie
|B4||Mister Cee's Master Plan||5:24|
|B5||Word To The Mother (Land)||3:09|
- Distributed By – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
- Manufactured By – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
- Manufactured By – Record Service GmbH
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – WEA International Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Cold Chillin' Records Inc.
- Published By – Cold Chillin' Music Publishing
- Published By – Marley Marl Intl
- Other [Hair And Make-up] – Sam
- Other [Set And Costume Stylist] – Brett C. Lewis
- Photography, Design – George DuBose
- Producer, Mixed By – Marley Marl
- Scratches [Cuts And Scratches By] – Mister "Cee"*
- Written-By – Big Daddy Kane
NotesTrack durations not printed on this releaese.
Thanks To: Shim Shon for help on "Just Rhymin' with Biz".
Album Dedicated to Anthony (A.J. Fresh) Jenkins.
Also in memory of Scott La Rock, Geno and Leonard Thomas.
Manufactured in Germany.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 7599-25731-4 6
- Rights Society: GEMA
- Rights Society: BIEM
- Label Code: LC 0392
- Other (On spine encircled): U
- Other (On spine): FRANCE WE 481
|9 25731-2||Big Daddy Kane||Long Live The Kane (CD, Album)||Cold Chillin'||9 25731-2||US||1988|
|92 57314, 92 57314 CR||Big Daddy Kane||Long Live The Kane (Cass, Album)||Cold Chillin', Cold Chillin', Warner Bros. Records Inc., Warner Bros. Records Inc.||92 57314, 92 57314 CR||Canada||1988|
|OMINC010||Big Daddy Kane||Long Live The Kane (LP, M/Print, RE, 180)||Omerta Inc||OMINC010||UK||2017|
|9 25731-2||Big Daddy Kane||Long Live The Kane (CD, Album, RE, RP)||Cold Chillin'||9 25731-2||US||Unknown|
|1-25731, 9 25731-1||Big Daddy Kane||Long Live The Kane (LP, Album)||Cold Chillin', Cold Chillin'||1-25731, 9 25731-1||US||1988|