Chubb Rock – Treat ‘Em Right (Hip Hop Remix)[1990]

Cracking jump up stormer from Chubb Rock. Skip the original release and instead opt for the Treat ‘Em Right EP, its got six great tracks for the price of one. Still, nothing on that EP touches the greatness that is Treat ‘Em Right. Its catchy, conscious and guaranteed to rip the roof off any party it gets played at.

From Discogs
Chubb Rock, born in Jamaica and raised in Brooklyn, is regarded as one of the East Coast’s most dexterous rappers. A former National Merit Scholar, Chubb began his career in earnest after dropping out of high-post Brown University, where he was a pre-med student. So nicknamed because of his ample height and girth (“6 foot 4 and maybe a quarter of an inch bigger/than last year but still a unique figure” – from “Treat ‘Em Right”), Chubb released his first album for Select records in 1988. Chubb Rock Featuring Howie Tee featured the underground hits, “Caught Up” and “DJ Innovator.” 1989’s And the Winner Is… earned Chubb Rock a lot more notice, and in the early ’90s Chubb had a number of hit singles including “Ya Bad Chubbs,” “Treat ‘Em Right” and “Just the Two of Us.”


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