The beauty of YouTube is that things I never expected to see again are right there and available to millions.
In the early 80s, rap music was starting to pop up on New York area popular radio and video programs. It was sure to take the country by storm.
At one point, I was going to learn how to break dance. Fortunately, that idea lasted only a couple weeks.
But I still managed to learn a few songs, if not the moves. One of my favorites was the classic novelty rap song "The Rappin' Duke."
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