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Stone Cold Rhymin'

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Download links and information about Stone Cold Rhymin' by Young Mc. This album was released in 1989 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 48:03 minutes.

Artist: Young Mc
Release date: 1989
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 13
Duration: 48:03
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. I Come Off 4:05
2. Principal's Office 4:14
3. Bust a Move 4:23
4. Non Stop 3:26
5. Fastest Rhyme 0:49
6. My Name Is Young 4:51
7. Know How 4:01
8. Roll With the Punches 4:31
9. I Let 'Em Know 5:00
10. Pick Up the Pace 3:17
11. Got More Rhymes 4:51
12. Stone Cold Buggin' 1:41
13. Just Say No 2:54

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Young MC wasn't given props at the time and he wasn't respected in the years following the release of his debut Stone Cold Rhymin', largely because he worked entirely in the pop-rap/crossover vein. All the same, that's what's great about his debut, since it's exceptionally clever and effective, a wonderful combination of deft rhymes and skillful production. And there's no discounting Matt Dike, Michael Ross, the Dust Brothers, and engineer Mario Caldato, Jr. (the latter two names are members of the Beastie Boys' inner circle), who make this record easily accessible, without a trace of guilt, even if it does sample from familiar sources. And, really, Young MC is a gifted rapper, spinning out rhymes with a deft touch and turning out rhymes much more clever than they should be. Yes, Stone Cold Rhymin' is a product of its time, particularly in its sound and lyrical references, but divorced from the Bush era, it comes off as one of the catchiest, friendliest pop-rap records and it's still an infectious party record years after its release.