about Rudy Ray Moore
Hailed as the king of the party record and the world’s greatest X-rated stand up comedian, Rudy Ray Moore should be no stranger to the mainstream community. Excerpts of his comic recordings have been sampled by the likes of Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eazy-E, Eric B. and Rakim, Ice-T, Big Daddy Kane, 2 Live Crew, ODB, Busta Rhymes, and dozens of other platinum selling rap artists. “The man, the myth, the legend, Rudy Ray Moore...without him there would be no rap community,” comments Snoop Dogg in an interview with Moore.
Rudy Ray Moore attained cult status as a pioneer of racy inner city and ghetto humor. He has inspired three generations of comics and a whole new generation of rap practitioners. From the late 60's through today, his "party records" have become classics to many nightclub goers and CD buyers. Moore in the 1970's also made his mark in the film world. During the "Blaxploitation" movie era, he produced and starred in seven films as "Human Tornado," "Monkey Hustle," "Petey Wheatstraw," "Disco Godfather," "Penitentiary," "Rude," and most notably, "Dolemite," which became an instant inner city classic.
Politically incorrect, surely, but Rudy Ray Moore continues to strike a comedic nerve within the stand-up community. Pick up a copy of Rudy's commemorative fifty year greatest hits packged, "50 Years Of Cussing," available now!