5 ELA Created The Detroit Sound WITH Slum Village & J Dilla, Mudd Says Questlove Owes The City More!

Mudd reacts to the Slum Village interview on the Questlove Supreme podcast, featuring T3 and Young RJ.

As a founding member of 5 Elementz / 5 ELA, alongside Proof, Thyme and Jay Dee / J Dilla, he goes deeper into the creation of the Detroit Hip Hop sound that changed everything for The Roots, A Tribe Called Quest, Busta Rhymes, De La Soul, The Pharcyde, Common, D’Angelo, Erykah Badu and more. Why did all these superstars from outside of the city benefit first while the Detroit artists who helped create the sound couldn’t catch a break? Let Moorish Mudd take you back to Detroit Hip Hop of the 1990s and explain what really happened.

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