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You love to hear the story, again and again, of how it all got started way back when.

“Nas, Raekwon, Method Man, and Inspectah Deck posted up on the block,

Lords of the Underground, aka L.O.T.U.G., hip-hop trio comprised of MCs Mr. Funke & DoItAll Dupré, and DJ Lord Jazz. Having met as students at the HBCU Shaw University, the group matched socially conscious raps with hard-hitting beats. Their hits include Chief Rocka, Here Come the Lords, Psycho, Funky Child, & Tic Toc. They won a BET award as best rap group of the year, and are best remembered in connection with the golden age of hip hop.

Lords of the Underground, hip-hop trio comprised of MCs Mr. Funke & DoItAll Dupré, and DJ Lord Jazz.

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Our second entry is Run-DMC and Hip-Hop. Originally from Queens in Run DMC (Joseph Simmons, Darryl McDaniels and Jam Master Jay) were extremely influential in defining Hip-hop and.

Busta Rhymes

Leaders of the New School (Busta Rhymes, Charlie Brown, Dinco D, and Cut Monitor Milo) *posted by Hip Hop Fusion

Black & White street photography, people, hard shadows

Shadow and Reflection Photo 3 What I liked about this picture is the angle at which it was taken from, because originally it is horizontal but now that it is vertical the way the shadows look is very interesting.

Craft Tamale on Behance

To create the branding for Craft Tamale, a restaurant in San Diego, California, Futura turned to the history of tamales and the traditional way they were made.