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Grandmaster Flash On Early Hip-Hop, Breaks, Vinyl

January 25, 2010

Grandmaster Flash discusses early hip-hop, first discovering breaks, traveling with vinyl, and the wonders of technology.

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Martay February 1, 2010 at 2:47 pm

I remember this clip. Classic. Grandmaster Flash was my biggest influence at a very young age. “The Message” was my 1st Vinyl Record along with “Planet Rock” when I biked to the record shop back in Jersey with my lawn-mowing pay.

Way back. Good to see (in the other clip) GMF still deejaying. I was in Vegas once when he was spinning a party at Caesars Palace where I was staying but I didn’t attend since the special “host” of the party was to be Paris Hilton…I figured “how much could I possibly enjoy the playlist if she’s hosting the party?”

Definitely would love to catch him some time in the future though at a different venue.



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