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Enjoy Records was a record label owned and operated by Bobby Robinson from the late 1950s through the mid-1980s, and was run out of his record shop at 125th Street and 8th Ave. in Harlem. Starting with rock & roll and R & B, the label went on to record some of hip-hop's early hits.

Enjoy Records was Bobby Robinson's label. This Harlem label had been home to saxophone legend King Curtis, and in 1979 it put out its first hip hop record, "Rappin' and Rockin' in the House" by The Funky Four (Plus One More).



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