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Hip Hop in Las Vegas
Hip Hop in Las Vegas

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AIR DATE: July 28, 2011

The term "hip hop" covers four areas: rapping, deejaying, breakdancing, and graffiti writing.  So what is the hip-hop scene like here in Las Vegas?  Who are the new artists, and with a city typically wired for rock bands, where are rappers and breakdancers performing?  We talk to some longstanding and up-and-coming performers and promoters about hip hop in Las Vegas.
 
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Coco Jenkins, bassist, Rhyme N Rhythm
Phil A., rapper
Max Plenke, music writer, Las Vegas CityLife
Art Saenz, recording artist/promoter, Campfire & Knucklehead Zoo

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    I'm trying to connect to the Dave Becker 7/26 hip hop interview with bassist Coco Jenkins.
    winnie WhitfieldAug 7, 2011 17:04:58 PM
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