A brand new podcast collection is inspecting the wealthy historical past of New Zealand’s hip hop scene from 1980 to 2015.
Titled Aotearoa Hip Hop: The Music, The Folks, The Historical past, the two-season podcast collection will devle into the nation’s deep hip hop historical past, utilizing archival information and greater than 100 interviews.
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Season one, which premiered on rova at the moment, has six episodes and spans the years 1980 to 1996, starting with DJ Tony ‘Teepee’ Pene’s hidden narrative and ending with Che Fu’s solo profession.
It is going to be out there on all different streaming platforms on November 21.
The second season of the podcast will cowl 1996 to 2015, and shall be launched in 2022.
The podcast collection is hosted by Phil Bell O.N.Z.M. – AKA DJ Sir-Vere – who speaks to a wide range of individuals who have been concerned within the scene through the years.
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The 11 episodes comprise over 100 interviews, starting from early ’80s pioneers importing beats to lauded rapper Scribe shattering information and reworking the face of the music business.
It options commentary from Kiwi musicians and creatives together with: Che FU, David Dallas, Daybreak Raid, DLT, Decepticonz, Dei Hamo, Emcee Lucia, Ladi 6, Okay’Lee, Mareko, Mark de Clive Lowe, Manuel Bundy, P Cash, Savage, Scribe, Sisters Underground, Slave, Tom Scott and plenty of extra.
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In a press assertion, the creators of the podcast stated: “We hear first hand about Hollywood A-listers operating underage golf equipment on Symonds Avenue and the primary hip-hop radio exhibits that impressed a younger Che Fu.
“We comply with OMC’s highway to world domination, Christchurch rappers coping with white supremacist skinheads, Daybreak Raid’s origins hustling T-Shirts on the Otara markets, the primary Hip Hop Summits, and Scribe breaking information and altering the face of the music business.
“It’s an epic journey, informed by the individuals who have been there.”
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Aneesa Ahmed is Mixmag’s Digital Intern, comply with her on Twitter