Rapper Positive K made a stop in Atlanta to perform at Wolf Creek Amphitheater for the Old School Hip Hop concert. The concert lineup consisted of Big Daddy Kane, Doug E. Fresh, Juvenile, Whodini, Slick Rick and Rob Base.
While Big Daddy Kane was entertaining the audience, his eyes set on one lady. She pretty much ignored him while he was rapping to her. Kane said since she was ignoring him, he had somebody to take keep her attention and out came Positive K.
Positive K is a songwriter from the Bronx, New York City, New York, and one of the original artists of the First Priority Music camp. He is best known for his hits “I’m Not Havin’ It” (a duet with MC Lyte) and his 1992 hit “I Got a Man“, which borrows its dialogue between the sexes from the aforementioned “I’m Not Havin’ It”.
Tall Boy spoke exclusively to Positive K about his song “I Got A Man“, why he created it and how he partnered with Kane at the concerts. To learn more on Positive K follow him on Twitter @Positive_K_.