About Let Me Clear My Throat
“Let Me Clear My Throat” is a song by American hip-hop artist DJ Kool. It was released in April 1996 as the third and final single from his album of the same name Let Me Clear My Throat. It was recorded live at the Bahama Bay club in Philadelphia.
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At the count of threeI want everybody in the place to beTo make some noise if ya down with meOne, two, threeHit me with the horns TonyKeep makin” noise, keep makin” noise, yeah, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, ohHere we go now, here we go now, here we go nowHere we go now, here we go nowHere we go now, here we go now, here we go nowHere we go now, here we go nowHere we go, here we go, now listenSome of y”all might know this, and some of y”all don”t (jam jam)Some of y”all might be with this, and some of y”all won”tBut listen, let me clear my throatOh, have mercy babe, Ha!I hope ya don”t mind, let me clear my throatSpecial dedication going out to everybody here in Bahama BayIn PhiladelphiaHere we go now, check it out, ah huh, ah huh, ah (God Damn)Yeah, rock to the rhythm of the funky rhymeSo I can get busy just one more timeTo the beat and ya don”t quitIt”s that ol” skool rap with that new skool hitPeter Piper picked a pepper but cool rocked the rhymeAnd I can still rip up the houseEvery God damn time I get on the mic, I go crazyPeace out to Celo, Flex, and Doug LazyI bet “cha never knew but now ya knowI”m the undisputed king of this discoAnd I never let the mic, magnatize me no more”cause DJ cool rip up the whole damn floorNow I”ma rap a rhyme with the greatest of easeAnd swing it like the man on the flying trapezeAnd if you don”t like it you grab on theseAnd now I need some help from the maestro pleaseJam, Ha! So look it here check the flavor of the rhythm I wroteAnd while I got a chance here, let me clear my throatOh, have mercy babe, ha!I hope ya don”t mind, let me clear my throatI need these monitors right hereMusic and the monitorsAnd it goes a little something like this hereAh huh ah huh ahNow if y”all want to party like we doIf y”all want to party like us, lemme hear ya sayAh ah ah ah ah (crowd)If y”all want to party like we doIf y”all want to party like us lemme hear ya sayAh ah ah ah ah ah ah ah (crowd)Now when I say uh, you say ahUh (crowd) Uh (crowd)And now when I say hey, you say haHey (crowd) hey (crowd)Now when I say uh, you say ahUh (crowd) Uh (crowd)Now when I say hey you say haHey (crowd)Now when I say freeze you just freeze one timeWhen I say freeze y”all stop on a dimeWhen I say freeze you just freeze one timeWhen I say freeze y”all stop on a dimeFrezzeNow all the ladies in the placeIf you got real hair, real fingernailsIf you got a job, you going to schoolAnd y”all need nobody to help you handle your businessMake some noiseOne, two, three, come on nowWhen I say freeze you just freeze one timeWhen I say freeze y”all stop on a dimeWhen I say freeze you just freeze one timeWhen I say freeze y”all stop on a dimeFreezeNow to all the brotha”s in the placeThat don”t give a damn about what them ladies talking aboutCause you just trying to get chummyMake some noiseNow, now, now, let me clear my throatOh, have mercy babe, ha!I hope you don”t mindLet me clear my throatSpecial dedication going out to all the ladiesAnd all the brothers in hereLike to love y”all to death hereAh huh ah huh ah (God damn)Oh, lemme send my little shout outs hereSpecial dedication once again going out to everybody hereBahama Bay in Philadelphia, we love y”all madlySpecial dedication going out to Mellow T, Walt Reeder da” joiner Don Mack, Charlie Mack, DJ Ran, Cosmic KevSpecial dedication going out to Frank Ski and Lorrenzo Ice-TAnd if you”re with me, if you”re with meI need some help from the music, from the maestro, check it outSomebody make some noise in this joint man
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DJ Kool DJ Kool is an American DJ and rapper who, in the late 1980s, produced several popular rap singles. Born in 1958 in Washington, D.C., his influence from his years of working the go-go and rap circuits became apparent in his music. He recorded with creative funk music from 1988 to 1992 he was then picked up by CLR records in 1992 he was then picked up by American recordings in 1996 and released the chart topping single “Let Me Clear My Throat,” which peaked at #8 in the UK Singles Chart in March 1997. The song prominently featured a sample of “The 900 Number” by DJ Mark the 45 King, (that song featured a sample from Marva Whitney”s “Unwind Yourself”, repeated over a breakbeat for six minutes). The song also began by sampling “Hollywood Swinging” by Kool and the… more »
Written by: JOHN PKA DJ KOOL BOWMAN, ALLEN WESTFIELD, CLAYDES SMITH, ROBERT BELL, GEORGE BROWN, ROBERT MICKENS, DENNIS THOMAS, RONALD BELL, MARK JAMES, MARK JONES