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West Street Mob

West Road Mob, shaped in NY, USA, in the past due 70s, were among the less celebrated of Sugarhill Information’ acts, even though Sugarhill owners Joe and Sylvia Robinson’s kid, Joey Jnr., was once an associate. Their most crucial discharge was 1983’s electro traditional ‘Break Dancin’ – Electric powered Boogie’, a edition of the Amazing Bongo Music group’s interpretation from the Shadows’ ‘Apache’. This ‘break’ acquired always been a staple from the nothing mix DJs inside the hip-hop community, and its own familiarity was a significant factor in its regional popularity. Their just two Billboard Best 100 hits had been ‘Allow’s Dance (Make THE BODY Move)’ and ‘Sing A STRAIGHTFORWARD Music’, in Sept 1981 and Apr 1982 respectively.

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