The Roots' 'Tipping Point': Hip-Hop, Jam Style For its new album, the Philadelphia-based hip-hop group the Roots got together for impromptu jam sessions. Reviewer Tom Moon says the resulting album, The Tipping Point, has a spontaneous spirit that's reminiscent of early hip-hop.

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The Roots' 'Tipping Point': Hip-Hop, Jam Style

The Roots' 'Tipping Point': Hip-Hop, Jam Style

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For its new album, the Philadelphia-based hip-hop group the Roots got together for impromptu jam sessions. Reviewer Tom Moon says the resulting album, The Tipping Point, has a spontaneous spirit that's reminiscent of early hip-hop.

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