Schoolly D. AKA: Jesse Bonds Weaver J. Jesse Weaver J. Jesse Weaver, Jesse B. Weaver J. and Jesse Bonds Weaver. About Schoolly D. The Pioneer of Gangsta Rap, Schoolly D first came out in 1984 with his song Gangster Boogie. Although later overshadowed by artists like NWA and Ice T, his album Schoolly D remains the blueprint of gangsta rap. Popular Schoolly D songs. Aqua Teen Hunger Force Theme.
Saturday Night! – The Album is the second studio album by hip hop artist Jesse Weaver under the alias of Schoolly D. The album was recorded at INS Studios in New York where Weaver created an album of seven tracks that included rapping and instrumentals that were both inspired and sampled various funk musicians from the 1970s. The album was released independently in 1986. Singles from the album included the tracks "Saturday Night" and "Dedication to All B-Boys".
Schoolly D is the moniker of American rapper Jesse B. Weaver, Jr. (June 22, 1966-) from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was a pioneer of Hardcore rap and the pioneer of Gangsta Rap, being one of the first rappers to embrace an antisocial persona without explicit irony. Musically, Schoolly D and his DJ Code Money came up with electronic hardcore beats. Later on, Schoolly embraced the afrocentric style, working together with KRS-One.
Jesse Bonds Weaver, Jr. (born June 22, 1962), better known by the stage name Schoolly D (sometimes spelled Schooly D), is an American rapper from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Schoolly D teamed up with DJ Code Money in the mid-1980s. His lyrics reflected urban realism, violence, and sexual bravado, making Schoolly D the first gangsta rapper. He is also interviewed in the 1986 cult documentary Big Fun In The Big Town
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Schoolly D is the self-titled debut album by rapper Schoolly D. The album was originally released on Schoolly D records in 1985 and in 1986 on Jive Records and was produced by Schoolly D and DJ Code Money. The album featured three singles, "Put Your Filas O. ". What Does It Mean?" and "Gucci Time. The album cover featured drawings of a B-boy set against a yellow background. The speech bubbles used proxies for swear words such as "sheet" and "flucking".
|A1||I Don't Like Rock "N" Roll|
|A2||Put Your Fila's On|
|A3||Free Style Rapping|
|B1||P.S.K. "What Does It Mean"?|
|B3||Free Style Cutting|
|SD-114||Schoolly-D*||Schoolly-D (LP, Album)||Schoolly-D Records||SD-114||US||1985|
|MELT C1||Schoolly-D*||Schoolly-D (Cass, Album)||Flame Records, Rhythm King Records||MELT C1||UK||1986|
|1338-1-J||Schoolly-D*||Schoolly-D (LP, Album, RE)||Jive||1338-1-J||US||1990|
|1338-4-J||Schoolly-D*||Schoolly-D (Cass, Album, Cle)||Jive||1338-4-J||US||1990|
|1338-4-J||Schoolly-D*||Schoolly-D (Cass, Album, Whi)||Jive||1338-4-J||US||1990|