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J DILLA TO BE CELEBRATED AT STAR-STUDDED CONCERT EVENT ON HIS BIRTHDAY
25 years is a long time. 300 months. 9,125 days. It is a true testament to anything when it is still as highly regarded now as it was a quarter of a century ago when it was first introduced. And Hip-Hop is an accelerated art form, so for music from that culture to have maintained… Read more »
LORD JAMAR: DE LA SOUL & A TRIBE CALLED QUEST ARE THE FOREFATHERS OF DRAKE
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On a concert bill that includes LL Cool J, Ice Cube, Public Enemy, and De La Soul, the significance of the Kings Of The Mic Tour could easily be discussed at great lengths for a long while. Need proof? The title of this article simply poses one question, but the body of it gets three… Read more »
10 HIP-HOP TREATS FOR THE SUMMER!
(AllHipHop News) Influential Hip-Hop group De La Soul has not released any official new material as the original trio since 2004’s The Grind Date album. Pos, Dave, and Maseo are now ready to return to recording, and they will be celebrating their 25th anniversary as group this year by releasing a new song every month. [ALSO READ: EXCLUSIVE: De… Read more »
While many during early September were in Philadelphia for Jay-Z’s Made in America Festival, another event was happening 400 miles away, and it was no less historic. Akron, Ohio was the location for the Fifth Annual Akron Hip-Hop Showcase, and while the city was smaller in size, the show’s impact was not. Put on by… Read more »
“a.k.a. a sellout /rap definition/get off that boy/change your mission” – “Crossover”, EPMD Although broken glass was everywhere, unemployment was at a record high and 911 was a joke, Clive Saddler’s Sedgwick Avenue neighborhood was not the jungle the media portrayed; it was home and full of promise. But everyday the six o’clock news would… Read more »
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