Category: Alternative

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  3. Megor Reply
    International tourists and touring artists alike flocked to Fat Beats for rare vinyl, kindred spirits, and exclusive in-store performances from Jay Z, Eminem, Gang Starr, Outkast, Slum Village, Mos Def, and more. One thing was clear: the Fat Beats phenomenon could no longer be contained in .
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    Fat Beats began as a small basement shop located in Manhattan’s Lower East Side. We quickly became an integral hub for artists, both aspiring and established, to convene and collaborate. Our retail stores spread from New York to Los Angeles, Atlanta, Amsterdam, and Tokyo and alongside retail expansion we developed into a wholesale.
  6. Tygogis Reply
    The proper title was "Blue Break Beats (You Gotta Hear Blue Note to Dig Def Jam)". This CD started life as a double LP - it was compiled by Dean Rudland and Eddie Pillar back in If you remember Acid Jazz, then these names will mean something to you, along with Gilles Peterson/5(7).
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    Releases from LL Cool J such as the single "I Need a Beat ♫" () and his first album, Radio (), put LL Cool J, Def Jam, and producer Rick Rubin on the map. Soon, Def Jam signed a distribution deal with Columbia Records, which meant that Columbia would press and distribute the recordings of Def .