Start the Day off RIGHT w/Eric B and Rakim

I maintain often that hip hop is in good health while my peers are tearfully lamenting its demise.  

It's understandable that they are so perpetually crestfallen about the state of hip hop.  

We were raised by Yo!MTV Raps and similar shows curating and delivering videos like Eric B & Rakim's Microphone Fiend on a daily basis...

The sales pitch:
REMASTERED IN HD! Best of EricBAndRakim:

Music video by Eric B. & Rakim performing Microphone Fiend. (C) 1988 Geffen Records 


I happen to believe that there are gems like this littering the internet these days. But even if I'm wrong, and present-day rap is as vacuous and vapid as my fellow GenX rap nerds suggest... rejoice!  

The classics are still just a few keystrokes away.  

As the original Silk Specter said in Watchmen: 

"Everyday the future looks a little bit darker. But the past, even the grimy parts of it, well, it just keeps on getting brighter all the time.”

-"some AX"

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