For Black Music Month Jermaine Paul, the season 2 winner of “The Voice,” spoke to TheUrbanDaily about his favorite old school hip-hop album, The Great Adventures of Slick Rick. (Coincidentally, it’s one of our favorites, too!)
“That was the record we used to sneak and listen to as kids with all that inappropriateness,” he said barely containing his laughter. “‘Davy Crocket” was horrible but it was funny.” Watch the full clip above.
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