Review: MC Hammer – Please, Hammer, Don’t Hurt ’Em

Please, Hammer, Don’t Hurt ’Em is the very first hip hop/rap album reach a diamond status certification in the United States as the album went 10x times Platinum with 10 million units sold in part and thanks to his #1 hit single U Can’t Touch This. This made his 1990 album legendary despite the critical backlash from contemporaries and peers. MC Hammer is a super dope homeboy from the Oaktown (Oakland, California).

U Can’t Touch This proved how MC Hammer was an unfadable artist. Not only was he an unfadable artist. MC Hammer was untouchable in his prime as a dancer, lyricist, rapper, and businessman. He was blessed with a mind to rhyme and two hype feet. This was his #1 hit single of all time and is still popular today.

Here Comes the Hammer was a song that proved MC Hammer was a force to be wreckoned with and a lyrical heavyweight in the rap game for the 90s. Uh-oh. Here comes the Hammer! This is a mission that he is on. Takin out the weak on the microphone. So don’t talk about the hard hittin Hammer when you can’t even walk on the stage after him. Then close yo’ mouth because you sho’ ain’t hot. This song was another hot single off his 1990 album.

Dancing Machine is about a woman who dances very good. Dancing Machine is a dance oriented pop song. She’s a dancin’ machine. A self-contained woman who is full of color. She’s such a sexy lady. The Jacksons are tuned and channeled to her vibes which are considerably captivating and stimulating. Filled with space-age design. She’s movin’, groovin’, and dancin’ until the music stops now.

I rate this album 5/5*****!!

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