Brooklyn hip-hop pioneer Big Daddy Kane appeared later in the evening.
What does BDK stand for?
BDK stands for Big Daddy Kane (rapper Juice Crew)
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Produced by Duran Films, the series will star veterans Frankie G & Robert Walker, newcomers Jason Ramirez, Onix Duran and Jonathan Duran and feature legendary rappers Big Daddy Kane and Kool G Rap.
This album explores the archives of legendary soul label Stax to find 14 tracks sampled elsewhere, such as Booker T & The MGs' Melting Pot, which Big Daddy Kane used on Another Victory, and Williams Bell's I Forgot To Be Your Lover.
This album explores the archives of legendary soul label Stax to find 14 tracks sampled elsewhere, such as Booker T & The MGs' Melting Pot, which Big Daddy Kane used on Another Victory, and Williams Bell's I Forgot To Be Your Lover, which has been restyled by Ludacris, Dilated Peoples and Jaheim.
GRANDMASTER FLASH The Bridge ** Hip-hop pioneer Flash corrals Spanish, Japanese, Senegalese and Swedish MCs, plus an all-star guest list - Busta Rhymes, Big Daddy Kane, Snoop and KRS One - to light up his first album in 20 years.