The DJ crew that taught local hip-hop heads to love club bangers celebrates half a decade
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Big Freedia and the Divas, with Slapping Purses, Votel, and DJ Jimmy Two TimesTurf Club, St. PaulFriday, May 11, 2012View a slideshow here.St. Paul has never really been particularly associated with riotous, hedonistic dance parties, but Big Freedia's return to the Turf Club on Friday brought the in ... More >>
Photos by Alex Uncapherâ€‹Juvenile and MystikalMay 6, 2011Epic NightclubJuvenile and Mystikal were both major stars of mainstream rap in the late 90's and early 2000's, both rising to fame on the strength of songs about asses. The two hail from New Orleans and injected the sounds of jazz and bounce ... More >>
For a genre that's been declared dead a dozen times over, hip hop had a pretty good (if splintered) decade.
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