NYC: Stick Your Rap Face in a History Lesson


For real though? Unless you are an Originoo Gun Clappa or your government name is Curtis Fisher, there's a pretty good chance you could use some brushing-up on your hip-hop history. But New Yorkers both old-school and land-rushin' can get a FREE lesson this evening for zero dollars at the Hip Hop History Party with THE RUB and DJ Lindsey (recently fashionably profiled in the NY Times!), celebrating the final show in a decade of radio home-schooling the Rub has been streaming for free on Brooklyn Radio. (Here's 1990 and 1991: for the rest up to 1999, just switch up the year in the URL, no?) Earn street-valuable Retro Kid swag dolares, up your standing with hot rap nerds, and discover why ye olde heads sometimes get salty at the minimalist lyricism of new New York wordy rappinghoods under the age of 18: it's not their fault! They had Nas! Now go and put down a Kid n' Play on the dancefloor for us. (P.S. Everything you hear tonight was invented by Prodigy.)

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NYC: Stick Your Rap Face in a History Lesson