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    MC Hammer

    MC Hammer, born Stanley Kirk Burrell on March 30, 1962, in Oakland, California, is an American rapper, dancer, and entrepreneur whose rise to fame in the late 1980s and early 1990s made him a pop culture icon and one of the most recognizable figures in the music industry.MC Hammer began his music career as a young rapper and dancer in the Oakland area. He gained attention with his energetic performances and unique style, which combined elements of rap, pop, and dance music. His breakthrough came with the release of his debut album “Feel My Power” in 1987, which showcased his charismatic stage presence and infectious rhythms.However, it was MC Hammer’s second album, “Please Hammer, Don’t Hurt ‘Em,” released in 1990, that catapulted him to international stardom. The album featured the mega-hit single “U Can’t Touch This,” which became a global phenomenon and earned MC Hammer multiple awards and accolades. The song’s iconic music video, featuring Hammer’s signature dance moves and flashy wardrobe, became a cultural touchstone of the early 1990s.In addition to his music career, MC Hammer became known for his extravagant lifestyle and business ventures. He invested in various industries, including clothing, sports management, and technology. He also ventured into television and film, appearing in movies and television shows, and hosting his own reality TV series.Despite his immense popularity in the early 1990s, MC Hammer faced financial difficulties and filed for bankruptcy in 1996. However,

    he continued to release music and remained active in the entertainment industry. He embraced his role as a cultural icon and continued to inspire artists and fans with his music and philanthropic work.

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