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      Original Studio of WILD-AMMay 31, 2011
      • Roxbury, United States

      In March 1973, Boston's WILD was sold to Sheridan Broadcasting Network, who switched the station from rock and roll to an urban contemporary format. Read more

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      Perfect Pair Recording StudiosMay 31, 2011
      • East Orange, United States

      Lauryn Hill's first solo album "The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill," raised the bar for female MCs and singers. It received a record breaking ten Grammy nominations winning in 5 categories. Read more

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      Master Sound StudiosMay 31, 2011
      • Virginia Beach, United States

      Missy Elliott had gained notoriety as a songwriter but "The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)" was a breakthrough as a performer, and its otherworldly beat was couresy of her buddy Timbaland. Read more

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      Can-Am RecordersMay 31, 2011
      • Tarzana, United States

      The fifth and final studio album from the iconic Tupac Shakur was finished in a total of seven days, barely a month before his death. Read more

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      Huguenot High SchoolMay 31, 2011
      • Richmond, United States

      Raised by a pentecostal preacher, and a student at Hugenot High School in Richmond, D'Angelo took the music world by storm when he released his mesmerizing debut album "Brown Sugar." Read more

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      Bone Thugs-n-Harmony Home TownMay 31, 2011
      • Cleveland, United States

      The first single off Bone Thugs-n-Harmony's "E. 1999 Eternal" album, 1st of the Month was the group's first hit, and was nominated for a Grammy Award that year. Read more

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      Polaris High SchoolMay 31, 2011
      • Oak Lawn, United States

      Kanye West graduated from Polaris and not long after graduation, he links up with mentor No I.D., producing tracks for local artists before making his way to the New York rap music scene. Read more

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      WHTA Hot Spot ATLMay 31, 2011
      • Atlanta, United States

      Ludacris went from an intern to an on air personality on ATL's Hot 97.5 (now Hot 107.9). The DJ promos he recorded got the attention of Timbaland, who produced his first local hit "Phat Rabbit." Read more

      18 Saves
      Solar RecordsMay 31, 2011
      • Los Angeles, United States

      After already achieving legend status with N.W.A., Dr. Dre embarked on his solo career by launching Death Row Records and releasing his groundbreaking debut, recognized as his greatest work to date. Read more

      21 Saves
      444 N 3rd StreetMay 31, 2011
      • Philadelphia, United States

      Jermaine Dupri launched his career by recording "Jump" for the 12-year-old Kris Kross. Dupri wrote and produced the first single from their debut album, which went on to sell over four million copies Read more

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      Odyssey RecordsMay 31, 2011
      Music Store
      • New Orleans, United States

      Using a "call and response style" party vibe, Mardi Gras Indian chants and dance call-outs, TT Tucker and DJ Irv's single helps to launch the N'Awlins sound known as "Bounce." Read more

      Expertise in Record Shops
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      No Limit Records & Tapes.May 31, 2011
      • Richmond, United States

      After a stint as a college basketball player was cut short due to injury, Master P moved out to the Bay Area and opened a record store called No Limit Record shop. Read more

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      RUN DMC JMJ WayMay 31, 2011
      • Queens, United States

      The pioneer rap trio get a street named after them in their neighborhood of Hollis, Queens. Read more

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      Original Site of Music Liberated Record StoreMay 31, 2011
      Record Shop
      • Baltimore, United States

      Up until Rabinowitz's death in a car accident in January 2003, the last Original Music Liberated Record Store was a go to spot for vinyl and a focal point for the scene's most influential DJs and prod Read more

      Expertise in Record Shops
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      Reynoldsburg Memorial HospitalMay 31, 2011
      • Reynoldsburg, United States

      Born Shad Gregory Moss, Lil Bow Wow was discovered by Snoop Dogg, who connected the pint sized rapper with Jermaine Dupri. Bow Wow would sign to So So Def Records and achieve multi-platinum success. Read more

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      Childhood Home of Kevin LilesMay 31, 2011
      • Baltimore, United States

      Compensation battles for an original song during his rap career led Kevin Liles to turn his attention from the artistic to the business side of music. He soon became President of Def Jam Recordings. Read more

      9 Saves
      Video Jukebox NetworkMay 31, 2011
      • North Miami, United States

      Playing underground videos that MTV wouldn't put in their rotation, the Video Jukebox Network allowed viewers to request videos via a call-in number. Read more

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      Westlake StudiosMay 31, 2011
      • West Hollywood, United States

      Michael Jackson recorded Thriller with the intent of showing the world the he was the King of Pop. Thriller won eight Grammy Awards and is the best selling album in history. Read more

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      Mr. Magic's Rap AttackMay 31, 2011
      • New York, United States

      The legendary DJ becomes the first to play Rap on the radio with the debut of "The Mr. Magic Disco Showcase." Read more

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      Home of Go-Go MusicMay 31, 2011
      • Landover, United States

      Go-go, a popular music in the DC Metro area, is a live blend of R&B, funk and rap music. Popular groups in the genre include Chuck Brown and the Soul Searchers, Trouble Funk and Rare Essence. Read more

      8 Saves