Creative, Optimistic ‘New Wave’ Of Hip-Hop

Jim DeRogatis of the Chicago Sun-Times profiled who has returned to the scene in recent years after their ‘3 Feet High and Rising’ in 1989. Al Watts, the engineer who mixed the crew’s debut said, “These three young artists developed a style so unique and creative that it was apparent that this record was going to change the face of hip-hop. In my humble opinion, ‘3 Feet High and Rising’ … single-handedly transformed a fetal genre of music into a mainstream multicultural phenomenon.”

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