WHAT YOU DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT

LONG LIVE THE KANE 1988

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AIN'T NO HALF STEPPIN'

DJ Cool V was the original person to find the loop for what would become Ain't No Half Steppin'.

RHYMING WITH BIZ

Two female rappers by the name of Frick & Frack were originally on the record but were cut from the final product.

SET IT OFF

The album says "Produced by Marley Marl" but he was not the producer for Set It Off. That claims goes to The 45 King who also produced Stan for Eminem.

"HE CUTS, SCRATCH, TRANSFORM WITH FINESSE..."

You would assume DJ Mister Cee or DJ Marley Marl did the cutting on Set It Off but you would be wrong. That would be, DJ Cool V.

FIRST GOLD PLAQUE

Long Live The Kane is the first certified GOLD plaque for Cold Chilin' Records.

These points were provided by DJ Cool V.

DJ Cool V appears courtesy of  BP Entertainment Hip Hop Hands Foundation

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