Nice & Smooth
Birth Place: The Bronx
Years Active: 1988-1998
Genres: Hip Hop
Nice & Smooth was an East Coast hip hop duo from New York that consists of Greg Nice (Greg Mays) and Smooth B (Daryl Barnes). The duo released four albums from the late 1980s to the mid 1990s. Their first appearance was on the song, "Pimpin Ain't Easy" by Big Daddy Kane on his album, ''It's a Big Daddy Thing'' in 1989. Nice & Smooth's biggest radio fame came from "Sometimes I Rhyme Slow...," from the group's second album, ''Ain't a Damn Thing Changed'', released in 1991. The song was a moderately somber rhyme with introspective lines about poverty, AIDS, and drugs that was set to the guitar loop from Tracy Chapman's hit "Fast Car." In the summer of 1992, the music video received heav...
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