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The Rap'Sures

Rap/Comedy
Costa Mesa, California, USA

According to Terry Scott Taylor: “Well, there wasn't any (rap) on the Christian labels. We do a kids thing, we see it as appealing to 7 and 9 year olds. No one was doing it. We just brainstormed a little bit, Rob Watson and Doug Doyle and I, we were just looking for something to do, something to work on, we did it and then didn't think that much about it, and it was successful. Don't ask me why. We thought, no one will take this seriously, we're just doing it for kids, a little Bible story kind of thing. Megamouth was kind of the same thing. We looked at it that way.”

Discography

1985 Gospel Rap Star Song Records
1987 O.T. Rap Star Song Records
1990 Loud, Proud & Born Again Star Song Records

Gospel Rap

1985 Star Song Records

Tyrone (Terry Scott Taylor)
Darrel (Rob Watson)
J.J. Washington (Doug Doyle)

  1. The Rap-Sure's Theme
  2. You Must Be Born Again
  3. Jonah And The Whale
  4. Break Out For Jesus
  5. In Everything, Give Thanks (Rejoicing Always)
  6. Two Commandments

According to the September 1985 issue of The Cutting Edge magazine, this album was originally called Break-out for Jesus, and it's release was delayed some over a problem with the way some verses were used.


O.T. Rap

1987 Star Song Records

Tyrone (Terry Scott Taylor)
Darrel (Rob Watson)
J.J. Washington (Doug Doyle)

  1. O.T. Rap
  2. Noah's Ark
  3. Joseph's Coat
  4. Jacob's Dream (Check It Out)
  5. Moses and the Burning Bush
  6. Tower of Babel
  7. Samson and Delilah
  8. The Battle of Jericho
  9. David and Goliath
  10. Complete accompaniment tracks [instrumental - no vocals]

Loud, Proud & Born Again

1990 Star Song Records

Tyrone (Terry Scott Taylor)
Darrel (Rob Watson)
J.J. Washington (Doug Doyle)

  1. Loud, Proud and Born Again
  2. You Can't Go Around the Cross
  3. Lord Bless This Mess “Cafeteria Food”
  4. Can He, Could He, Would He, Did He?
  5. Zee Eye Tee
  6. My Little Sister
  7. More Power To Ya
  8. Freddie's Dead, Jesus Lives
  9. Get Right or Get Left