It's never too early or too late for a snack, so crank up that volume on your computer.
The Sugarhill Gang in 1979 with Rapper's Delight has a little something for everyone.
"Have you ever went over a friends house to eat
And the food just ain't no good?
The macaroni's soggy, the peas are mushed,
And the chicken tastes like wood
So you try to play it off like you think you can
By saying that you're full
And then your friend says, "Mama, he's just being polite
He ain't finished, uh-uh, that's bull!"
So your heart starts pumpin' and you think of a lie
And you say that you already ate
And your friend says "Man, there's plenty of food"
So you pile some more on your plate"
And now there's a Rapper's Delight cookbook.
If you need some help getting your groove on, this Soul Train video of the original extended version has moves aplenty.