Rappin' Rodney (album)
Rappin' Rodney is a comedy album by American comedian Rodney Dangerfield issued by RCA Records in 1983. The title track is a rap-influenced novelty song co-written by J.B. Moore and Robert Ford Jr.; the same songwriters who worked with Kurtis Blow on "The Breaks". Dennis Blair co-wrote the song. The accompanying music video, which includes cameos from Pat Benatar and Don Novello (as Father Guido Sarducci), was played heavily on MTV at the time of release.
|Studio album by|
|Recorded||The Record Plant, New York|
|Genre||Comedy hip hop, stand-up comedy|
|Label||RCA Victor (AFL1-4869)|
|Producer||Estelle Endler, Rodney Dangerfield, J.B. Moore, Robert Ford Jr|
|1.||"Rodney Rappin'"||Rodney Dangerfield||18:18|
|1.||"Rappin' Rodney"||Rodney Dangerfield, J.B. Moore, Robert Ford Jr., Dennis Blair, Douglas Hoyt, Scott Henry||5:04|
|2.||"Rodney Continues Rappin'"||Rodney Dangerfield||16:36|
- Creative consultant: Dennis Blair
- Production assistant: Kathy Lymberopoulos
- Photography: Bernard Vidal
- Engineer: Bob Merritt
- Edited and mixed at the Record Plant, Los Angeles.
- Mastered at A&M studios, Los Angeles by Bernie Grundman
- "Rappin' Rodney by Rodney Dangerfield". SongFacts.com. Retrieved 15 January 2018.
- "Rodney Dangerfield". Grammy.com. The Recording Academy. Retrieved 15 January 2018.