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J Dilla’s Basement is where Slum Village, Pete Rock, D’Angelo, Jazzy Jeff and Erykah Badu Crafted Their Styles
J Dilla aka Jay Dee crafted his style from about 1992 to 1997 in a basement in Detroit. His studio gave birth to a revolutionary approach to hip-hop production.
3103 East Nevada Street, Detroit, Michigan
Tribe Called Quest’s ‘Phife Dawg’ Has a Queens Street Named in His HonorLearn about A Tribe Called Quest's musical legacy in Queens NY.
Malik ‘Phife Dawg’ Taylor, a member of rap group A Tribe Called Quest, grew up on this street that was dedicated in his memory in Queens.
192nd St & Linden Blvd, Queens, NY
Native Tongues crew’s (Jungle Brothers, De La Soul, and A Tribe Called Quest among others) early work in Calliope Studios started a hip-hop movement.
37th street and 8th avenue new york, new york 10018
Learn about E-mu Systems, the creators of the E-mu SP-1200 and pioneers in samplers, and the sample-based drum machines that revolutionized Hip-Hop, House and EDM.
1500 Green Hills Road, Suite 270, Scotts Valley, CA 95066-4945
Soulection: LA’s New Generation of DJs, Music Producers, & CuratorsLearn about the Soulection collective and how they have become musical curators and voices for GenZ and Millennials.
Soulection started in LA but they have become a source sharing the newest musical voices for GenZ and Millennials around the world.
1212 N. Bellflower Blvd, #112 Long Beach, CA 90815
King Britt’s Blacktronika Festival: Exploring Afrofuturism and Electronic Music in BrooklynThe Blacktronika course and festival
Explore King Britt’s Blacktronika Festival at Public Records in Brooklyn NY.
233 Butler St, Brooklyn NY