Producer: Robert "Pops" Jobs
Not much is known about "Table Dance" rapper Mascerlin "Maestro" Hines Jr. In fact, his only commercially released recording didn't make much of an impact when it riginally dropped in 1994. It wasn't until Chris Rock immortalized the song on Bigger and Blacker that it took its rightful place as the working man's strip club anthem—and a comedy touchstone.
44. Maestro "Table Dance" (1994)