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40 years ago today, The Sugarhill Gang released “Rapper’s Delight”—a song that uses the beat from Chic’s “Good Times”—which would go on to become the first rap song to break into the Hot 100. It would also be the first rap song to have its own music video!

The Sugarhill Gang—“Rapper’s Delight”
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The Mike Harvey Show

September 16, 1925: Bluesman B.B. King is born in Itta Bena, Mississippi.

B.B. King—“The Thrill Is Gone” (Live)
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The Mike Harvey Show

September 16, 1963: The Beach Boys released their third album, “Surfer Girl”. The album—featuring five songs with the word “Surf” in the title—would peak at #7 on the Billboard 200 and stay on the charts for 56 weeks.

The Beach Boys—“Surfer Girl”
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The Mike Harvey Show

Happy 56th Birthday to the first artist to have his first SEVEN singles reach the Top 5: Richard Marx! (BTW—those songs are as follows: “Don’t Mean Nothing” [#3], “Should’ve Known Better” [#3], “Endless Summer Nights” [#2], “Hold On to the Nights” [#1], “Satisfied” [#1], “Right Here Waiting” [#1], “Angelia” [#4]) ... See MoreSee Less

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The Mike Harvey Show

September 16, 1965: The Beatles’ “Eight Days a Week” is certified Gold! Written for the film “Help!” (which was originally titled “Eight Arms to Hold You”), this song was the first pop song to fade UP from silence!

The Beatles—“Eight Days a Week”
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