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  1. #1
    Ace S

    Who was the rapper that made an old school rap song about a city overrun

    with rat pushers selling cheese.? This song came out in the early 90's about a town overrun with rat pushers selling "cheese". The city hires a 'pied piper' to rid the city of the rats and the mayor refuses to pay the agreed amount and gets zapped by the piper in the end. Does any body remember that rap song story? And where can I get a copy of the song and lyrics?

  2. #2
    Who is the artist?

  3. #3
    i love that song. where is it....

    rats came around like zombies,
    proceeded to march to the cities outer boundries...

    yo piper. i really think your flute playings hyper....

  4. #4
    I was wondering and Googling that same thing! Now I've just gotta know... Okay, I just now hunted and found it among my old cassette tapes stored under the house. It is on an old Coca Cola Rap New Music Sampler tape I think I mailed in for. It is "The Piper" by Cheba. It says "Taken from the Ruffhouse/Columbia 12": The Piper". Hope that helps.

  5. #5
    OMG I have been looking for this song forever!! Any idea where I can download it?

  6. #6
    Junior Member KnightOfTears's Avatar
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    Mar 2010
    South GA
    Yo, I have this. Get at me if you need/want it.


    Last edited by KnightOfTears; 03-25-2010 at 11:10 AM.

  7. #7
    I would like to get a copy of that on CD if possible.

  8. #8

    The Pied Piper

    The rapper was named "Cheba" and I've been looking for that record, myself! I remember the video, and everything.

  9. #9
    hilary clare


    i ordered that tape as well!!! thanks for the info!!! much appreciated my friends with good taste in mix tapes!!!!

  10. #10
    Can I get a copy of this?

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