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  1. Mike Gee (born Michael Small; Harlem, NY), DJ Sammy B (born Sammy Burwell; Harlem, NY), and Baby Bam (born Nathaniel Hall; Brooklyn, NY) came together as the Jungle Brothers in the mid-'80s and began their recording career at the dance label Idler. The result of the sessions, Straight Out the Jungle, was released in early The album's Afrocentric slant gained the Jungle Brothers entry into.
  2. Album. Raw Deluxe Jungle Brothers. Released June 3, Bring It On Lyrics. Jungle Brothers (Stereo MC's mix) Lyrics. About “Raw Deluxe” “Raw Deluxe” Q&A.
  3. Jun 02,  · 13 videos Play all Jungle Brothers Raw Deluxe () Kyle Fraser Beyond - Vinyl, Cass And Cd's - Duration: Devajuh views. Gauge - Insane / Bring It To Me (featuring.
  4. Raw Deluxe. LP. critic score (3) user score (1) J. Beez Wit the Remedy. LP. critic score (3) user score (2) Done by the Forces of Nature. LP. critic score (1) user score (15) Straight out the Jungle. LP. critic score (1) user score (17) Advertisement. Similar Artists. View More. A Tribe Called.
  5. Label: Gee Street - GEE,V2 - GEE • Format: CD Album • Country: UK & Europe • Genre: Hip Hop • Jungle Brothers - Raw Deluxe (, CD) | Discogs Explore/5(36).
  6. Jungle Brothers is an American hip hop trio composed of Michael Small (Mike Gee), Nathaniel Hall (Afrika Baby Bam), and Sammy Burwell (DJ Sammy B).Known as the pioneers of the fusion of jazz, hip-hop, and house music, they were the first hip-hop group to collaborate with a house-music imlebubooktitelcealevestfritorgot.xyzinfo trio released their debut album, Straight out the Jungle in July
  7. Listen free to Jungle Brothers – Raw Deluxe (Jungle Brother (True Blue), Changes and more). 12 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the .
  8. In addition to its full-on Afrocentric mode Straight Out The Jungle broke new ground on many levels, including being the first hip-hop album (as distinct from Chicago hip-house) to meld house music with hip-hop (the Todd Terry collaboration "I'll House You") which was something that thereafter became a frequent additon to hip-hop albums for a.

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