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A Tribe Called Quest: The Rise And Fall Of A Legend

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Blitz The Ambassador — born in Ghana, resident in Brooklyn. His new album is called Native Son. Jahse/Courtesy of Rock, Paper, Scissors hide caption

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From Ghana To Brooklyn: Learning From Hip-Hop

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The Songs That Make You Proud Of Your Country

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Songs For Father's Day: Dad's Favorites When He Was Your Age

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DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince, also known as Will Smith, in the "Parents Just Don't Understand" era. In this photo, he's about the age his eldest son is now. Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images hide caption

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Future Islands: Tiny Desk Concert

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Hazel Dickens, Bluegrass And Folk Singer, Has Died

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Everything You Know About This Band Is Wrong

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Steely Dan Engineer Roger Nichols Dies At Age 66

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