The Generation Gap

The Generation Gap

I was born in 1976. With that being said I think it safe to say that I am a product of hip hop from its original form. I was one of those guys who didnt listen to anyone who was born in the 90s. But being an older gentleman attnding a school full of youngsters like Specs Howard allowed me to take a different look at hip hop for what it is not for what it was. That year I spent surrounded by 18 to 26 year olds gave birth to the idea of a place were fans can discuss their opinions on the genre of hip hop without complete bias and listeners can feel compelled to listen rather 18, 29, or 37 knowing that someones on the mic that can possibly help close the gap.

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