I’m a hip-hop head at heart. My teenage years were filled with songs from the likes of Cam’ron, Beanie Sigel, Peedi Crakk, CNN, DMX, Big Pun, Ghostface, and tons of rappers from the Northeast that made mainstream records with thug appeal. Surely I was into underground sounds, and dug tunes from other regions, but before the explosion of the Southern rap sound, Philly and New York ran my DJ sets. But this was more than a decade ago, and isn’t much more than a fond memory.
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