Funky Fresh In Tha Flesh: Paradise Gray talks the Birth of Hip Hop, Scott La Rock

Hip-hop’s most illustrious personality, Paradise Gray, is a native of the South Bronx. In addition to being a writer, producer, artist, and historian, he also serves as the director of the Universal Hip Hop Museum. His hardcover book, “No Half Steppin’,” is a history of the Latin Quarter and the New York City club that helped spark the Golden Age of Hip-Hop. Mr. Grey also belonged to the #XClan, one of the most renowned hip-hop musical ensembles. The rap group 5 Ela’s Mudd joins us for our conversation. #hiphop50 #FFITF

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