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All Quiet Now: Big Bank Hank. Sugar Hill.

Big Bank Hank, the New York rapper who, as part of the Sugarhill Gang, released what is generally regarded as the first rap record, has died at the age of 57. The performer, real name Henry Jackson, died from kidney complications due to cancer, according to reports. Jackson formed the Sugarhill Gang with Master Gee and Wonder Mic, having a big hit in 1979 with Rapper’s Delight. The record sold several million copies worldwide and helped establish rap as the genre it is today. The full version of Rapper’s Delight ran nearly 16 minutes long and was recorded in...

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Interview: Dar Williams. A Witness And A Mechanic.
Interview: Dar Williams. A Witness And A Mechanic.
Published On: March 24, 2014
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