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Audio Two’s MC Milk Dee may not have had the verbal dexterity to match top golden-age MCs like Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, or Kool G Rap, but he compensated through sheer audacity and an imperturbable lyrical swagger that made Audio Two’s “Top Billin’” one of the most memorable singles of its era. The track is the very soul of simplicity, with a stuttering drum pattern cleverly looped and swathed in cavernous reverb. This forms the backdrop for an endless stream of Bed-Stuy repping boasts and clever putdowns, all capped by a refrain that perfectly embodies Audio Two’s effortless (if momentary) supremacy on the hip-hop scene: “Milk is chillin’, Gizmo’s chillin’/What more can I say? Top billin’!” Since its release, “Top Billin’” has been sampled and adapted ad infinitum and is undisputedly the most outstanding track on Audio Two’s full-length debut, What More Can I Say. Still, the rest of the album stands on its merits as a lean, pugnacious slice of crowd-moving golden-age hip-hop.

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Hip-Hop History

"Top Billin'" is an important part of Hip-hop history and it definitely carries the album. It captured the essence of Rap and B-boyism of the time (1988) and moved it forward into a new era. As well, it has been sampled and re-used by Mary J. Blige and others. To this day (2008), twenty years later, not many beats can hold their own against the "Top Billin'" beat! As well, the hook in that song is so strong, that I haven't heard the track in over 15 years, until today, and it was so firmly imbedded in my head along with the beat, that I had to search this album out on iTunes and download it!!

For Mature Audiences only

This is classic material. Fun Hip hop with little to no drug and gun references. No B!t@hes, no drive bys and most importantly no Lafi Tafi. You youngstas need to learn a lesson.

can't beleive it

i've been waiting along time to get this album this was a classic growing up glad to see it..ahhhhhyeahhhh...


Formed: Brooklyn, NY

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '80s, '90s

As Audio Two, Brooklyn-based brothers and former Awesome Foursome members Gizmo Dee (Nat Robinson) and Milk Dee (Kirk Robinson) broke out with "Top Billin'," the B-side of "Make It Funky," their debut single. Produced by Daddy O of Stetsasonic, "Top Billin'" became a hip-hop classic, and was sampled, referenced, and even covered following its 1987 release. Issued on Robinson family operation First Priority, the track led to a distribution deal with Atlantic. Through that major label, Audio Two, who...
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