This Day In Hip Hop and Rap History
 


This Day In Hip Hop and Rap History


July 27th – Controversial Philly hip-hop pioneer Schoolly D releases his fourth album, “Am I Black Enough For You?”, on Jive Records, on this day in 1989.

The album contained the singles, “Gangster Boogie” and “Livin’ In The Jungle”.

“Am I Black Enough For You” also featured tracks with titles like, “Black Education”, “Black Power” and “Education Of A Black Man”.

The title track was featured in the 1990 New Line Cinema film “King Of New York” starring Christopher Walken.

“Am I Black Enough For You?” was produced by Schoolly D and longtime collaborator DJ Code Money.