La Rock

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Coke La Rock
... Coke La Rock (aka Coco La Rock) is an old school New York City rapper who is often credited as being the first MC in the history of hip-hop ... In November, 2010, Coke La Rock was inducted into the High Times Counterculture Hall of Fame at the annual ceremonies at the Cannabis Cup in Amsterdam ...
The Bridge Wars - The War Begins - 1987: Escalation
... and MC Scott La Rock, you should be ashamed, when T La Rock said 'it's yours', he didn't mean his name As she also demanded that BDP stood for Broken Down Punks ... cause of the whole war in the first place, as KRS and Scott La Rock had earlier approached him with a 12" single they had recorded entitled "Success is the Word", (under the group name "1241") ...
T La Rock - Biography - Early Years
... T La Rock was born in Manhattan and raised in the Bronx borough of New York City ... T La Rock stands 6'3" tall ... T La Rock has been a part of hip hop since its birth, having been a DJ and emcee since the early 1970s ...
Coke La Rock - Decline in Popularity and Later Years
... As other nascent hip-hop groups patterned themselves after Herc and La Rock and improved on their formula, the popularity of Herc and the Herculoids began to wane as early as 1977 ... After Kool Herc was stabbed at a party, La Rock went looking to kill the perpetrator, who was part of the Executive Playhouse crew ... After this incident, La Rock decided to step away from hip hop and let the younger generation move in ...
T La Rock - Biography - Hip-hop Career
... York Times, Def Jam co-founder Russell Simmons commented about the effect T La Rock and "It's Yours" had on the early hip hop scene “ was big big in the underground ... ” The influence of T La Rock's "It's Yours" is monumental ... On the strength of "It's Yours," T La Rock was signed by Fresh/Sleeping Bag Records and released two albums Lyrical King (From the Boogie Down Bronx in 1987, and On a Warpath in 1989 ...

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