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Coke La Rock on Leaving Hip Hop in 1979 Due to the Violence Around It (Part 6)

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Part 7: https://youtu.be/LVzmQUsEesw
Part 5: https://youtu.be/SueU6NU0c3o
Part 1: https://youtu.be/PLCvpz0_hJU
In this clip, Coke La Rock opened up about leaving hip-hop in 1979 and not liking the scratching trend that was coming in, as he explained, you couldn’t dance to the music. Coke La Rock then spoke about scratching evolving and sounding better, and he went on to speak about other aspects of hip-hop, including stick-up guys being at the parties and shows. To hear more, including the origin of the word “hip-hop,” hit the above clip.

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