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Rap pioneers the Sugarhill Gang (left to right: Wonder Mike, Master G and Big Bank Hank) perform live circa 1979.
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December 29, 2000 It took the Sugarhill Gang, and a song called "Rapper's Delight," to get the developing hip-hop art form on the radio.
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