No, wait a minute--I'm the one guy she never married.
"Boogie Down Bronx" is an oldie, as hip-hop terms go. Was this coined by the song "Boogie Down (Bronx)" (1984) by Man Parrish?
27 March 1991, New York Times, pg. C20:
Except for three years in Orlando, Fla., Mr. Snipes spent his childhood in what he calls "the boogie down Bronx," neighborhoods such as Washington Avenue and 148th Street or 167th and Boston Post Road.
20 October 1996, New York Times, pg. CY11:
Propped on the paper towel dispenser are some of his own recordings including "Lyrical King from the Boogie Down Bronx" (Sleeping Bag/Fresh Records, 1987).
(T La Rock--ed.)
BOOGIE DOWN PRODUCTIONS
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(CANCELLED) IC 041. US 107. G & S: entertainment services in the nature of vocal and musical performances. FIRST USE: 19870101. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 19870101
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September 11, 1991
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September 8, 1992
September 7, 1993
(REGISTRANT) PARKER, LAWRENCE INDIVIDUAL UNITED STATES 666 Greenwich Street Suite 760 New York NEW YORK 10014
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NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO USE "PRODUCTIONS" APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN
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SECT 15. SECT 8 (6-YR).
June 12, 2004