Video: The 45 King & Queen Latifah 1990 TV Interview
Thursday December 10th 2009,
Filed under: Flavor Unit Special,Video Clips
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This reminded me of a couple of important points:

1. All Hail The Queen is the greatest chick-rap album ever.

2. Blazers and sports jackets were running shit in 1990.

3. I’ve never heard that 45 King remix of Madonna.

4. TV presenters are retarded.

5. Footage of the original Flavor Unit = priceless.


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co-sign on the queen latifah album, 45 kings production was in top form… lyte as a rock is a close second nd

Comment by er4se 12.10.09 @

You know he did a remix of Lisa Stansfield’s “Around the World” right? It’s on my blog but the Zshare link is probably dead by now. It was like 12 minutes . . .

Comment by haroon 12.10.09 @

i dig antoinette.but u are right.the latifah album is great.45 in his prime.

Comment by swordfish 12.10.09 @

u know i miss da late 80′s early 90′s. It was a good time. Robbie u should make a top 10 best female rappers of all time. U can gain some nice female’s to the liking of “unkut.com.”

Comment by dmitry aka brooklyn jew 12.10.09 @

DOPE

Comment by TYBO2020 12.10.09 @

haroon that joint is the b-side of the single and was a staple of east coast parties in 1990

Comment by money mercilesz 12.13.09 @

oh yeah they are in eagle rock reservation in dance for me and lakim shabazz has the ill polo jacket on

Comment by money mercilesz 12.13.09 @

Ill memories. I’m from Jersey City and used to live across the street from Alibaski and 3 blocks over from Chill Rob G. If given the proper platform, The Flavor Unit would have been right up there with the Juice Crew. Can somebody please throw the Flavor Unit Assassination Squad remix up here for me?

Comment by oskamadison 12.14.09 @

What ever happened to Latifah’s two dancers? I used to think they were so hot.

Comment by Finally 12.15.09 @

(the two chicks, that is)

Comment by Finally 12.15.09 @



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