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Editors’ Notes

The pumping dance single “Now That We Found Love” brought Heavy D a whole new level of fame, even as the rest of 1991’s Peaceful Journey remained true to authentic New York City hip-hop. While Teddy Riley guided Heavy’s pop ventures, Marley Marl and Pete Rock brought him their richest and grooviest beats, including “Let It Rain,” “Letter to the Future," and “Do Me, Do Me.” Only because he was the most genial man in hip-hop was Heavy able to pull off “Don’t Curse”: a hilarious but piercing anthem against censorship, featuring the biggest rap names of the day.

Customer Reviews

peaceful journey

dont forget the Hevster

Come on Itunes!!

Come on Itunes! Get the FULL album. This a great Hip Hop album and you guys only have a partial version?? And waht happened to Blue Funk??

I Need This

This Album was hot back then.. can you please get the whole thing???

Biography

Formed: 1986 in Mount Vernon, NY

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Heavy D (born Dwight Errington Myers) formed Heavy D & the Boyz with high-school friends DJ Eddie F (born Eddie Ferrell), Trouble T-Roy (born Troy Dixon), and G. Whiz (born Glen Parrish). Their demo tape reached Def Jam executive André Harrell, who was in the process of forming his own label, Uptown. Harrell made Heavy D & the Boyz the first artists signed to Uptown in 1986, and they released their debut album, Living Large, in 1987. The singles "Mr. Big Stuff" and "The Overweight Lover's...
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