Super 3 When You're Standing On the Top
- Words: Edan
- Label: Street Beat
I could listen to shit like this all day...and thanks to all these late '70s/early '80s rapp reissues hitting the racks, I can afford to. "When You're Standing On The Top" is a Delmar Donnel-produced reworking of the Maze/Frankie Beverly classic "Before I Let Go." The Super 3 pop shit about the pros and cons of being "on the top" fame-wise, and they even sing a little. Shit has a little bongo break in there, too.
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