Instead, big Tezza choose to end his hallowed long-awaited debut album with a 9 minute sub-Buffalo Gals calamity which features a repeated "What's Up, Doc?" vocal sample that reaches Chinese water-torture levels of irksome by its 4th appearance, Greg Nice ad libbing about his hairy butthole in a hillbilly accent, and DJ Louie Lou doing an egregiously racist AZN impersonation which makes Mickey Rooney's performance in Breakfast At Tiffany's seem like a multi-nuanced portrayal of the AZN-American experience. Its title is Live Drummin' With The Country Boy, it's both uniformly awful and a key song in the history of '80s rap, and nobody has ever bothered to upload it to YouTube in the past decade:
You go to bed with itchy butt, you wake up with sticky fingers"
T La Rock ft. Greg Nice & Louie Lou - Live Drummin' With The Country Boy
(From Lyrical King (From The Boogie Down Bronx) album; 1987)