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Purists chastised him for being more dancer than rapper.
This rap hit was featured in Time–Life's CCM Presents: The 100 Greatest Albums in Christian Music.
Coupled with his dance abilities, Hammer's style was unique at the time. It was produced by Felton Pilate (of Con Funk Shun), and sold over 60,000 copies and was being distributed by City Hall Records.
In the spring of 1988, a 107.7 KSOL Radio DJ Tony Valera played the track "Let's Get It Started" in his mix-shows—a song in which he declared he was "second to none, from Doug E.
Together, the companies had more than 100 employees.
Recording singles and selling them out of the trunk of his car, he marketed himself relentlessly. Hammer", he recorded his debut album, Feel My Power, which was produced between 19 and released independently in 1987 on his Oaktown Records label (Bustin').
"Son of the King" showed up on Hammer's debut album Feel My Power (1987), as well as the re-released version Let's Get It Started (1988).
In the mid-1980s while rapping in small venues and after a record deal went sour, Hammer borrowed US,000 each from former Oakland A's players Mike Davis and Dwayne Murphy to start a record label business called Bust It Productions.
Throughout his career, Hammer has managed his own recording business.
As a result, he has created and produced his own acts including Oaktown's 3.5.7, Special Generation, Analise, DRS, B Angie B, Stanley Kirk Burrell was born on March 30, 1962 in Oakland, California.
In the Oakland Coliseum parking lot the young Burrell would sell stray baseballs and dance accompanied by a beatboxer. Finley saw the 11-year-old doing splits and hired him as a clubhouse assistant and batboy as a result of his energy and flair.
Burrell served as a "batboy" with the team from 1973 to 1980.
His father was a professional poker player and gambling casino manager (at Oaks Card Club's cardroom), as well as warehouse supervisor.