Hip-Hop of The 80’s: Public Enemy

Hip-Hop of The 80’s: Public Enemy

Back in the 1930s, it was a term used to describe the most notorious gangsters, outlaws and villains that were wanted by the FBI but by the end of 1980s, the words ‘Public Enemy’ meant something entirely different. Those that were around during the Golden Age of Hip-Hop will never forget the fist-pumping anthems from one …

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Hip-Hop of The 80s: LL Cool J

Hip-Hop of The 80s: LL Cool J

To many, he goes by the name of Special Agent Sam Hanna on the popular action series, NCIS: Los Angeles, but to true hip-hop fans around the world, he will forever be LL Cool J, the godfather of pop rap and one of the genres first teen icons. He captured the younger generation of hip-hops …

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Hip-Hop of The 80’s: Run-D.M.C.

Hip-Hop of The 80’s: Run-D.M.C.

When it comes to legends in the rap game, there is no name bigger than that of Run-D.M.C. They were the pioneers that set hip-hop on a collision course with the mainstream media and ushered in what is considered by many to be the Golden Age of Hip-Hop, not just with their music but with …

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The Evolution of Music and Technology

The Evolution of Music and Technology

Recorded music has come along way since it’s first inception and throughout the 20th century it morphed from medium to medium as the demand for greater quality, and outright consumer satisfaction, became higher and higher. Here’s a brief look at the evolution of music and the technology that supported it. The OG’s To all the …

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