Currently, he leaves in Bronx, NY, United States.
On this day Eddie is in an upbeat mood because Tuff City Records is re-releasing the only recording Eddie ever did, a disco rap work out called ‘Looking Good (Shake Your Body)’.
A song which was originally recorded for Tree Line Records in 1980, and was backed by the owners of Club 371
As an actor Eddie Cheba played himself in a TV Mini-Series Documentary “And You Don’t Stop: 30 Years of Hip-Hop” (Back in the Day). This happened on October, 4th 2004.
In his day Cheba was a legend.
At hot night clubbing spots like Small’s Paradise, Charles Gallery, Hotel Diplomat and Club 371, Cheba would shout into the mic: “Who makes it sweeter?” and the crowd of hundreds would shout back “Cheba, Cheba, Cheba!”
He is credited with creating the old school rhyme:
It’s on and on and on on and on like the hot butter on the what?
He owns a funeral business as well as a limousine and deejay service.
Posted on May 8, 2013, in Bios and tagged 1980s, 1990s, 90s, back in the day, club 371, eddie cheba, golden, golden age, hip hop, new york, old school, rare, tree line records, who makes it sweeter. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.