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8 thoughts on “ Easy Does It Do It Easy - Heavy D & The Boyz* - Big Tyme (Acetate, LP)

  1. Big Tyme by Heavy D & the Boyz on WhoSampled. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download.
  2. HERE COMES THE HEAVSTER Lyrics - HEAVY D & THE BOYZ. Here comes the heavster and I know it makes you sick Yeah, funk, funk flow, funk, funk flow, here we go Yeah, well, alright, c'mon Funk, funk flow, funk, funk flow, here we go Yeah, yes, well, alright, c'mon Funk, funk flow, funk, funk flow, here we go Here comes the bigger bro, I'm on the slow nigga flow I like to do bigger show so I can get.
  3. Like Whodini, Heavy D. has managed to appeal to both R&B audiences and rap's parpeinumbmatitheranibocamama.xyzinfo, Heavy shows strong R&B leanings on Big Tyme, his second album, which is definitely softer and more congenial than what one would have expected from Ice-T or Public Enemy that year. But the Long Island MC has a lot of technique -- a fact that hardcore hip-hoppers couldn't overlook when hearing him let.
  4. Big Tyme, an album by Heavy D & The Boyz on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  5. Big Tyme has it all. This is the 5-star classic thanks to his lead cut 'We Got Our Own Thang' produced by the New Jack legend Teddy Riley. The producers for this album are Teddy, Marley, DJ Eddie F, Heavy as the co-producer and of course, Pete Rock!!!!/5(54).
  6. Sep 17,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Heavy D & the Boyz - Is It Good to You YouTube Heavy D & the Boyz - Is It Good to You (Lyrics) - Duration: Real Hip Hop Lyrics views.
  7. The album was released on June 15, for Uptown Records and was produced by Heavy D, Tony Dofat, Erick Sermon, Jay Dee and Q-Tip. The album was a mild success, making it to #60 on the Billboard /5(62).
  8. Oct 04,  · So I just kept trying to master that E-mu SP, and I wouldn't leave the house until I mastered the machine. I started working at it, and my beats started getting better and better and better. When I was about 15, I did coproduction on Heavy D's Big Tyme, and a couple of years later, I worked on Heavy D's Peaceful Journey.

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