This is The Crash Crew’s comeback record from 1996. There’s no harmonizing, no Sugarhill band… definitely a disappointment to all the fans hoping for a return of the Cool Romantic Amazing Super Heroes they remembered and loved. But, if you can put those expectations aside… if you can say to yourself, “okay, this is just a new, indie rap record from some anonymous group,” it’s actually pretty tight.
They each (even DJ Daryl C gets on the mic, and they added an unnamed female MC to the mix on the flip) come with hardcore raps – we’re talking a LOT of threats of violence, here – and deliveries that would be more at home on Fat Joe’s first album than alongside anything else from their past catalog.
A1. The Real Hip Hop
A2. The Real Hip Hop (Clean Edit)
B1. Champagne Flights feat. Shorty Mad (Radio Edit)
B2. Champagne Flights feat. Shorty Mad (Street)
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