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Super Fresh Hip Hop Fest
- Salt-N-Pepa: Nearly three decades after “Push It” made them the first all-female rap group to go platinum, Cheryl James (“Salt”), Sandra Denton (“Pepa”), and Deidra “DJ Spinderella” Roper still know how to dominate a crowd.
- Too Short: As a pioneer of West Coast hip-hop, Too Short influenced the next generation of rappers with hits such as “The Ghetto” and “Blow the Whistle.”
- Doug E. Fresh: Pioneer of beatboxing who filled his resume by originating the club chant “Heyyyyyyy, YO!…I-iiiiight” in the hit “I-ight” and becoming proficient in Excel.
- EPMD: Otherwise known as “Erick and Parrish Making Dollars,” this pair unleashed the influential 1988 hit “Strictly Business.”
- Kool Moe Dee: One of the first rappers to receive a Grammy, this New York MC helped New Jack Swing gain prominence, and saw his second album, How Ya Like Me Now, go platinum.
- Chubb Rock: A National Merit Scholar and pre-med student turned hip-hop artist, Chubb Rock has forged a career that’s unpredictable, to say the least. In the ’90s, he rose to instant fame with the hits “Treat ‘em Right,” “Just The Two of Us,” and “The Chubbster.”
- Special Ed: “The Mission,” “Come On, Let’s Move It,” “I Got It Made,” and “Neva Go Back” are just a few of Special Ed’s rhythmically complex hits from the ’80s and ’90s.
- Also Appearing: Kwame | DJ Kool | Monie Love | Dana Dane