Steve Greenberg

record producer, CEO of S-Curve Records and host of “The Speed of Sound” podcast

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In September 1979, the Sugarhill Gang released “Rapper’s Delight,” the song that ultimately pushed rap/hip-hop music onto the radio and into the mainstream.

‘Good Times’ disco song helped give birth to hip-hop

In September 1979, the Sugarhill Gang released “Rapper’s Delight,” the song that ultimately pushed rap/hip-hop music onto the radio and into the mainstream.

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