School Boy Crush

"School Boy Crush" is a song from Average White Band's 1975 album, Cut The Cake. The song is not to be confused with "Schoolboy Crush", which was recorded by American pop singer Bobby Helms, and also UK rocker Cliff Richard as the b-side to his hit "Move It".

It has been heavily sampled in the Hip-Hop, Rap and R&B community in such songs as:

  1. "Ain't 2 Proud 2 Beg" by TLC
  2. "Wanna B Where U R (Thisizzaluvsong)" By Floetry
  3. "Watch Me Do My Thing" by Immature Featuring Juanita "Smooth" Stokes and Kel Mitchell As Ed From Good Burger
  4. "One Nite Stand" By Father MC
  5. "Microphone Fiend" By Eric B. & Rakim
  6. "New Agenda" By Janet Jackson
  7. "Halftime" By Nas
  8. "Life is...Too Short by Too Short
  9. "What Goes On" by Artifacts

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Jaime Ray Newman - Career - School Boy Crush
... Newman and School Boy Crush have played regularly at The Buffalo Club in Santa Monica, California, at Moomba in West Hollywood, Nick's Martini Lounge, Café Cordiale, and the Lux in ...

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