Q-Unique’s story of Crazy Legs, Afrika Bambaataa, and C+C Music Factory | Interview
Q-Unique shares a story about Crazy Legs of Rock Steady Crew helping him break into the music industry in the early 90s. Legs was able to solidify a record deal for Q at Celluloid Records, home of Afrika Bambaataa and GrandMixer DXT. After the label folded, Crazy legs found another opportunity for Q to record with dance/hip hop group C+C Music Factory. Q wasn’t interested in that style of music, but after a phone call and some insight from Afrika Bambaataa, Q took the opportunity, which led to the song “Keep It Comin'” and a feature on the soundtrack for Buffy The Vampire Slayer.
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