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Newcleus

Newcleus contributed a genuine electro common in “Jam onto it,” a high Ten R&B strike that is immortalized on a huge selection of hip-hop mixtapes and frequently contained in even techno DJs’ pieces. The roots of the group place within a 1977 Brooklyn DJ collective referred to as Jam-On Productions, …

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Roxanne Shanté

Roxanne Shanté (given birth to Lolita Gooden) was taking walks outside a fresh York housing task called Queensbridge when she heard 3 men discussing the way the trio U.T.F.O. acquired canceled the look of them at a present they were marketing. Gooden wanted to create a rap record that could …

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Richie Rich

His rapping design an influence on Snoop Doggy Dogg (by Snoop’s own entrance), Richie High first entered music in the late ’80s using the Oakland-based group 415. With D-Loc, DJ Darryl, and JED, High crafted a Bay Region classic known as 41Fivin’, which offered well around the spot and spawned …

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The Jonzun Crew

Jonzun Staff was an electro group who carried their spin on Parliament/Funkadelic’s loopy sci-fi designs through the entire ’80s and early ’90s for a small number of albums, including singles like “Pack Jam (Consider the OVC),” “Space May be the Place,” “Space Cowboy,” and “WE HAVE BEEN the Jonzun Staff.” …

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Uncle Jamm’s Army

LA was an integral capital over the small corner of the first hip-hop map referred to as electro, and Uncle Jamm’s Military were among the primary known reasons for that. A protracted crew of companies, DJs, and vocalists including Ice-T, Egyptian Fan, the Unknown DJ, and Chris “The Glove” Taylor, …

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Warp 9

Being among the most interesting from the electro hip-hop groups, NY, USA’s Warp 9 were a task helmed by producers Lotti Golden and Richard Scher. They presented a full-scale music group in Boe Dark brown (ex-the Strikers) and Chuck Wansley (ex-Charades), as joint vocalist/percussionists, plus Ada Dwyer (vocals) and DJ …

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U.T.F.O.

U.T.F.O. was a Brooklyn, NY-based rap group, made up of the Kangol Child, Doctor Glaciers, the Educated Rapper, and Combine Master Glaciers. The quartet initial fulfilled as dancers for Whodini, before developing U.T.F.O. (which stood for “Untouchable Power Firm”) in 1983. In early stages, the group described themselves as “the …

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The Egyptian Lover

Perhaps one of the most innovative companies from the old-school/electro period, Egyptian Lover’s Greg Broussard recorded a parade of singles through the mid-’80s that proved influential for many years. Inspired himself by Kraftwerk/hip-hop soundclashes like Afrika Bambaataa’s “Globe Rock and roll” and Guy Parrish’s “Hip-Hop End up being Bop (Don’t …

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Doctor Ice

b. Fred Reeves, Brooklyn, NEW YORK, NY, USA. Rapper hence called because he wished to participate in the medical job while at college. Doctor Glaciers was formerly an associate of U.T.F.O. , with whom he continued to be for five years, and just before that Whodini, being a live dancer …

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Cybotron

The seminal electro group Cybotron provided the very first house for the recordings of techno godfather Juan Atkins. With partner Rick Davis (aka 3070), Atkins documented many of electro’s greatest occasions; the singles “Alleys of YOUR BRAIN,” “Enter,” and “Clear,” had been dark dystopias from the post-industrial metal city within …

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