Unstoppable@HipHopArchive

Unstoppable@HipHopArchive
Film Screening & Discussion
The Birth of Hip Hop in the South Bronx in The 1970s is no Secret... Few know the effect it had on the 1980's British Society.   Unstoppable portrays the creative shockwave through the words of those who initiated it. B-boys, MCs, graffiti writers, Djs, producers, Journalists and label managers tell the story [...]

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The Alliance Between Blue Note & Hip-Hop

The Alliance Between Blue Note & Hip-Hop
Jazz meets HipHop
“It started out as a beat thing,” explains Mr. Walt, one half of the veteran hip-hop production crew Da Beatminerz along with his brother Evil Dee. “When I first took production seriously, I was working at Music Factory in Jamaica, Queens. That line Q-Tip says on ‘What’ off Low End [...]

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Travel Back To 1983

Travel Back To 1983
When Hip-Hop Was Played On Radio
Thirty-two years ago, Hip-Hop was emerging on a host of record labels large and small. However, while these 12″ singles and pioneering albums may have been party highlights, and closely examined in the clubs, the bedrooms, and the subsequent tapes made, they were not often heard on radio—especially at daytime. The [...]

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