Brain Rot: Hip Hop Family Tree, Kool Moe Dee's Group Develops A Crack


Beautiful party panels.

And juuust in case you hadn’t seen it:

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Jones, who passed away in January, is credited with being among the first to spin two different copies of the the same album on a turntable. [obviously they mean mixing it between two turntables, but this journalist is obviously a herb.]
In an interview with, Jones explained that when he started the practice in 1969 and 1970, he simply wanted to get to the “best part of the record” which “got people dancing … so I would play that part continuous.”

shiiiiit, I never even heard of this guy, but his idea is my favorite part of djing. everyone just uses samplers now, though : (

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We don’t need the SUCKA parts of these records!

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