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Kurtis Blow - The Breaks Part 1 / The Breaks Part 2 mp3 track

MP3 1898 mb. | FLAC 1997 mb. | WMA 1101 mb.

Performer: Kurtis Blow
Title: The Breaks Part 1 / The Breaks Part 2
Country: US
Released: 1980
Category: Hip hop
Rating: 4.1 ✦


A The Breaks Part 1
B The Breaks Part 2

Companies, etc.

  • Marketed By – Phonogram
  • Published By – Neutral Gray Music
  • Published By – Funk-Groove Music
  • Produced For – Prep/Street Productions


  • Producer – J.B. Moore, Robert Ford Jr.
  • Written-By – J. Moore*, K. Walker*, L. Smith*, R. Ford*, R. Simmons*


Both tracks are listed as "The Breaks" on the centerlabels

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: STEMRA

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MDS-4010, 6167.941 Kurtis Blow The Breaks ‎(12", Single, Bes) Mercury, Mercury MDS-4010, 6167.941 US 1980
6167 941 Kurtis Blow The Breaks ‎(12") Mercury 6167 941 France 1980
MDS 4010 Kurtis Blow The Breaks ‎(12") Mercury MDS 4010 Canada 1980
BLOW 8 Kurtis Blow The Breaks ‎(7", Single) Mercury BLOW 8 UK 1980
MDS-4010 Kurtis Blow The Breaks ‎(12", Single, Unofficial) Mercury MDS-4010 US 2004

Breaks on a stage, breaks on a screen Breaks to make your wallet lean Breaks run cold and breaks run hot Some folks got 'em and some have not But these are the breaks Break it up, break it up, break it up! Break down! To the girl in brown, stop messing around (Break it up, break it up) To the guy in blue, whatcha gonna do? (Break it up, break it up) To the girl in green, don't be so mean (Break it up, break it up) And the guy in red, say what I said (Break it up, break it up) Break down! . wife! (That's the breaks, Huh! Huh! that's the breaks) Well, these are the breaks! Break it up, break it up, break it up! Break down!

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The Breaks is the critically acclaimed 1980 hit single by Kurtis Blow from his historical self-titled debut album. It peaked at on the Billboard Hot 100. It was the first certified gold rap song for Hip Hop, and the second certified gold 12 inch single in the history of music. Written by Daily Video. Classic Hip Hop videos, brought to you by HHGA.

Kurtis Walker (born August 9, 1959), professionally known by his stage name Kurtis Blow, is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, record/film producer, b-boy, DJ, public speaker and minister. He is the first commercially successful rapper and the first to sign with a major record label. The Breaks", a single from his 1980 self-titled debut album, is the first certified gold record rap song for Hip Hop. Throughout his career he has released 15 albums and is currently an ordained minister.

1562 downloads at 39 mb/s. A. The Breaks (Part I). B. The Breaks (Part II). Companies, etc. Printed By – Sericrom Lda.

Rappin' Blow (Part 2). Bass – Richard Pascual Drums – Jimmy BralowerGuitar – Dean SwensonLyrics By – J. Moore, Kurtis Blow, Robert Ford Music By – Lawrence Smith Music By, Keyboards, Guitar, Arranged By – Denzil MillerVoice – Adam White (4). 4:41. Bass – Tommy WoukDrums, Tom Tom – Jimmy BralowerGuitar – John TropeaLyrics By – Kurtis Blow, Robert Ford, Russell SimmonsLyrics By, Music By, Electric Piano, Arranged By – J. Moore Music By, Arranged By – Lawrence Smith Piano, Clavinet – Denzil MillerTimbales – Jamie Delgado.

Some of the tracks are superb, including "The Breaks" (a Top Five R&B smash in 1980) and "Rappin' Blow, Part Two," which is the second half of Blow's 1979 debut single, "Christmas Rappin'. And "Hard Times" is a forceful gem that finds Blow addressing social issues two years before Grandmaster Flash & the Furious Five popularized sociopolitical rapping with 1982's sobering "The Message. Some of the other tracks, however, are decent but not remarkable

Both tracks are listed as "The Breaks" on the centerlabels. Rights Society: STEMRA.