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Sorry, haters, hip-hop isn’t dead.

It may be in trouble, but Rock the Bells, a 10-hour festival of nearly two dozen acts at Randalls Island throughout the weekend, not only provided plenty of proof of how potent the genre still is, but it offered a blueprint of ideas rappers could use to make hip-hop even more powerful in the future. [Source]

Clifford “Method Man” Smith, Robert “RZA” Diggs, and Chuck D of Public Enemy

Method Man, RZA, Chuck D

 

 

Louis “B-Real” Freese of Cypress Hill

B-Real

 

 

Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson

Questlove

 

 

Chuck D, Scott Ian of Anthrax, Flavor Flav

Chuck D, Scott Ian, Flavor Flav

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