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Smooth B of Nice & Smooth | Interview

Smooth B is an emcee from the influential New York hip hop group Nice & Smooth. Along with Greg Nice and DJ Teddy Tedd, the group’s first appearance was in 1988 on the song “Skill Trade” from Strange Family Records. Soon after, they were featured on Big Daddy Kane’s 1989 album, It’s A Big Daddy Thing, on the song “Pimpin’ Ain’t Easy”. Nice & Smooth’s biggest hit was their own song, “Sometimes I Rhyme Slow” from their 1991 album, Ain’t A Damn Thing Changed. They are also highly noted for appearing on the Gang Starr song “DWYCK”. Nice & Smooth later featured on albums by The Beatnuts, Tony Touch, and many others. They released four albums up until the late 90s. Smooth B wrote lyrics for two of Bobby Brown’s albums; King Of Stage and Don’t Be Cruel. In 2005, Smooth B released the single “Game Over”, produced by DJ Premier.

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