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Rewind That Back

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Rewind That Back is the podcast for fans of ‘80s and ‘90s hip hop, with stories told by the artists, rappers, producers, and DJs who created the tracks you love. They’ll talk about their own songs and cuts by other performers – the recordings that feel truly momentous in their lives. If you remember when boomboxes, cassettes and 12-inch records ruled, then you’re ready to Rewind That Back.

Latest Episodes

Episode 5: 1988 - The Golden Year of the Golden Era of Hip-Hop

EBursting with creativity and louder than a bomb, 1988 brought us unforgettable releases by Public Enemy, NWA, Run DMC, Slick Rick, Boogie Down Productions and so many more. Here’s a brief look back at the music that defined an era.

36 MINJAN 22
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Episode 5: 1988 - The Golden Year of the Golden Era of Hip-Hop

Episode 4: Cool "Disco" Dan

This episode celebrates Danny Hogg, aka Cool "Disco" Dan, a true graffiti legend from Washington, DC, who passed away in July 2017. Dan's family, friends, biographers, and fans memorialized his impact on the DC graffiti and go-go scene during a special event at the 9:30 Club on August 19, 2017. You'll hear about his life, his art, and his love for go-go. After the episode, check out www.cooldiscodan.com for much more.

14 MIN2017 AUG 21
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Episode 4: Cool "Disco" Dan

Episode 3: Doug Wimbish and the Sugar Hill Band

EHip-hop heads, this episode is for you! Guest star Doug Wimbish from Living Colour takes us back to the Sugar Hill Records studios to re-live his experiences as the bass player for Sugar Hill’s colossal hits. Doug also talks about his very personal connection to the Civil Rights movements and why Living Colour chose to cover Biggie’s “Who Shot Ya” for its new EP. Don’t miss this one!

44 MIN2016 DEC 19
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Episode 3: Doug Wimbish and the Sugar Hill Band

Episode 2: Whodini Introduces Us to the Freaks

ERemember the days when you were too young for the clubs but wanted to know _everything_ that was going on? Whodini amped up the curiosity with “The Freaks Come Out at Night.” Episode 2 explores the tantalizing lyrics and beats, and pays tribute to producer Larry Smith.

18 MIN2016 OCT 29
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Episode 2: Whodini Introduces Us to the Freaks

Episode 1: Origin Story and "The Message"

It’s here – the podcast for fans of ‘80s and ‘90s hip hop, with stories told by the artists, producers, and DJs who created the tracks you love. Episode 1 explains the origin story of the podcast, plus a look at Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five’s 1982 masterpiece, “The Message.”

19 MIN2016 SEP 26
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Episode 1: Origin Story and "The Message"
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Latest Episodes

Episode 5: 1988 - The Golden Year of the Golden Era of Hip-Hop

EBursting with creativity and louder than a bomb, 1988 brought us unforgettable releases by Public Enemy, NWA, Run DMC, Slick Rick, Boogie Down Productions and so many more. Here’s a brief look back at the music that defined an era.

36 MINJAN 22
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Episode 5: 1988 - The Golden Year of the Golden Era of Hip-Hop

Episode 4: Cool "Disco" Dan

This episode celebrates Danny Hogg, aka Cool "Disco" Dan, a true graffiti legend from Washington, DC, who passed away in July 2017. Dan's family, friends, biographers, and fans memorialized his impact on the DC graffiti and go-go scene during a special event at the 9:30 Club on August 19, 2017. You'll hear about his life, his art, and his love for go-go. After the episode, check out www.cooldiscodan.com for much more.

14 MIN2017 AUG 21
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Episode 4: Cool "Disco" Dan

Episode 3: Doug Wimbish and the Sugar Hill Band

EHip-hop heads, this episode is for you! Guest star Doug Wimbish from Living Colour takes us back to the Sugar Hill Records studios to re-live his experiences as the bass player for Sugar Hill’s colossal hits. Doug also talks about his very personal connection to the Civil Rights movements and why Living Colour chose to cover Biggie’s “Who Shot Ya” for its new EP. Don’t miss this one!

44 MIN2016 DEC 19
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Episode 3: Doug Wimbish and the Sugar Hill Band

Episode 2: Whodini Introduces Us to the Freaks

ERemember the days when you were too young for the clubs but wanted to know _everything_ that was going on? Whodini amped up the curiosity with “The Freaks Come Out at Night.” Episode 2 explores the tantalizing lyrics and beats, and pays tribute to producer Larry Smith.

18 MIN2016 OCT 29
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Episode 2: Whodini Introduces Us to the Freaks

Episode 1: Origin Story and "The Message"

It’s here – the podcast for fans of ‘80s and ‘90s hip hop, with stories told by the artists, producers, and DJs who created the tracks you love. Episode 1 explains the origin story of the podcast, plus a look at Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five’s 1982 masterpiece, “The Message.”

19 MIN2016 SEP 26
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Episode 1: Origin Story and "The Message"
the END