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Breez Evahflowin

A member from the Stronghold underground rap collective, MC Breez Evahflowin (given birth to Enrique DaSilva) was a respected force in the brand new York, in addition to national, fight rap scenes through the past due ’90s. Among other accomplishments, he was crowned the nationwide grand champion from the famed …

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Mr. Magic

An important number in the wonderful world of hip-hop radio, Mr. Magic debuted in 1983 on WBLS-FM in NEW YORK with the 1st special rap radio display to become aired on a significant train station. Billing itself as Rap Assault, Magic’s show presented Marley Marl because the DJ and Tyrone …

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Al Tariq

Al Tariq was originally referred to as Kool Ass Style (Style for brief) when he got associated with the renowned Beatnuts staff with Psycho Les and JuJu. He was section of their Intoxicated Demons EP, released in 1993. He made a decision to transformation his name to Al Tariq after …

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Mr. Len

Going after new boundaries for hip-hop, Mr. Len brought forth a fresh vision for older school rap. Among the founders from the 3rd party hip-hop trio Business Movement, Mr. Len continued to be using the team for a lot more than six years. By 1999, nevertheless, after its disbanding, Len …

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Ms. Jade

When nobody thinks in your dreams nevertheless, you, it could get fairly lonely. Some individuals give up ultimately, sick and tired of the struggle. Others, like Ms. Jade, adhere to their weapons, place it out, and triumph. Nowadays she’s at the top with a documenting contract and a lot of …

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Ms. Melodie

A former person in the Boogie Straight down Productions family and the ex-wife of this group’s KRS-One, Ms. Melodie — blessed Ramona Parker in Flatbush, Brooklyn — just stepped out for just one solo record, however the formidable rapper produced memorable performances on BDP’s information, and she was also area …

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The Artifacts

The Artifacts certainly are a throwback hip-hop duo from Newark, NJ. Their music demonstrates and stresses three from the four components of accurate hip-hop tradition: MCing, DJing, and their niche, graffiti composing or “bombing”; both Tame One and Un the Sensai are effective in all three. With original styles that …

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Antipop Consortium

Antipop Consortium emerged in the first 2000s among the underground hip-hop scene’s most inventive groupings, bridging the difference between NY hip-hop and glitchy IDM. Group associates Priest, Coffee beans, and M. Sayyid initial joined pushes in 1997, alongside manufacturer E. Blaize. After some underground singles that didn’t reach considerably beyond …

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A.G.

A founding person in New York’s D.We.T.C. (Diggin’ within the Crates Staff), A.G. produced his first appearance on Lord Finesse’s debut record, Funky Specialist, in 1990. Teaming up with partner Showbiz in 1991, the duo released their first EP, Party Groove/Spirit Clap, and had been subsequently agreed upon to Payday …

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X Clan

A great number of Afrocentric, politically oriented rap groups released records through the later ’80s and early ’90s. Hardly any of those groupings had been on the amount of the hard-hitting X Clan, a Brooklyn-based collective that released a set of stellar albums — 1990’s Towards the East, Blackwards and …

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