'The Third Unheard': Connecticut's Hip-Hop History
Derek John reports on the ephemeral hip-hop music scene that thrived in Connecticut during the early 1980s. A new CD, The Third Unheard, highlights Connecticut's little-known hip-hop history in a collection of songs by some of the state's rap music pioneers.
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