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Customer Reviews


Sultry funk is hook the hook

My Favorite MC

The best in the world.

Underrated Album

I've been a MC Hammer fan for a long time and clearly if you ask 90% of said "Hammer Fans" name a song by him they'll all say can't touch this 👎But that's beside the point. Personally I like this album it talks about how everyone turned on him let's start from the 1st track "Luv N Happiness" it's a great song to start this album and it gets better with "Sultry Funk" and Hammer talks about his thoughts on "I Hope Things Change" and "Keep On" .. personally there are a few songs I'd skip on this album but trust me this album is great. Its underrated I still own this on cassette. Thank you iTunes for having this great album


Born: March 30, 1962 in Oakland, CA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

There had been hit rap singles and albums before him, but MC Hammer was the man who truly brought rap music to a mass pop audience. Armed with a flamboyant wardrobe (particularly his trademark baggy parachute pants) and a raft of sampled hooks lifted straight from their sources, Hammer's talents as a dancer and showman far exceeded his technique as an MC. Still, he had an ear for catchy source material, and that helped his second album, Please Hammer Don't Hurt 'Em, become the best-selling rap album...
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