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The legendary rapper Big Daddy Kane gave Kansas City one of the most memorable live performances I’ve personally ever seen outside of New Edition. This brother hasn’t lost a step; in fact to me he’s gained three or four more steps. His flow and delivery was grade A+, his stage performance was A+, and his swag and charisma was off the charts. This Brooklyn born emcee definitely got the job done, no pun intended, ripping off some of his classic hits like Raw, Smooth Operator, and a medley of his hits over the past twenty years.
Not only taking us back down memory lane, but also making the Kansas City crowd especially the ladies feel special. He didn’t slack one bit and neither did his dancers Scoop and Scrap Lover, his backup dancers from day one. I had a chance to catch up with Big Daddy Kane back stage and chop it up with him about the current state of Hip Hop and his legacy. I have audio, but I had to take notes because like any iTouch would do, the battery went bad on me, so I had to get back to the old style of reporting with pen and pad.