Hip Hop 206: Legacy of the Unexpected

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In part two of our series on Seattle hip hop, Larry Mizell, Jr. interviews Dr. Daudi Abe about his new book, Emerald Street: A History of Hip Hop In Seattle.


 
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In part two of our series on Seattle hip hop, Larry Mizell, Jr. interviews Dr. Daudi Abe about his new book, Emerald Street: A History of Hip Hop In Seattle. Abe talks about how Seattle’s geographic isolation allowed hip hop artists to break the mold in their lyrical content, sound and more.

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