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80’s Hip-Hop pioneers, U.T.F.O. [Untouchable Force Organization], comprised of Kangol Kid, the Educated Rapper a.k.a. EMD,

EPMD, The legends from Brentwood, New York--one of the prominent acts in East coast hip hop,

Remember 1987? Well let me take you back for a second. Public Enemy had just released

I’d like to see a return of the elements of Hip-Hop culture. Not just rap music

Melle Mel began performing in the late 1970s. He may be the first rapper to call

“We never had problems with fans from New York. Our issue was with New York programmers

I was signed to Hurby Azor for management, and I recorded “It’s My Beat” with him

I have always had a unique connection with music. I remember, as a 5-year-old boy, crying

It took a great deal of time and effort to put this together. This isn’t just

My boys will take over the world, and the process has already begun! They are truly

I was born into a family of musicians and all around music lovers. It was only

Priorities change as we all grow up, and what was important to us when we was

I was always musically inclined. I would memorize songs, (and) sing TV commercials. As an only

Delite was my best friend. Him and I formed the band. We just kept picking up

Well, as for Troop, we took off because I personally needed time away from Troop to

Bunny and I weren’t as enthusiastic about the direction our music was going in. We wanted

As we all know, releasing CDs on an independent label can be a 50/50 shot depending

I’ve been living life just like everyone else, (and) enjoying the many blessings God has brought