To know where you're going, it's always important to know where you've been. On this special episode of "Say Less," Kaz and Lowkey sit-down with the legendary and influential DJ, writer, author, filmmaker and producer, Paradise Gray of X-Clan. Hip-Hop celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, and there's no better time to take a look back at the essence and the foundation of what created this great culture we all live in. In this sit-down, Paradise talks about growing up in the Bronx and watching the beginnings of Hip-Hop take shape, including sharing some rarely-told stories about the the unsung heroes of the game. The crew also speaks on some of the legendary battles that took place in the South Bronx, High Bridge, the Latin Quarter and much more as well as the art of emceeing from those who did it best. Gray also speaks at length about his role in the soon-to-be-open Hip-Hop Museum in New York. Enjoy this incredibly candid and eye-opening conversation from a legend who has seen it all.
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