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In celebration of Black Music Month, join the Recording Academy® New York Chapter for Conversations: The History of Hip-Hop in NYC. This two-part event covers “Hip-Hop in the 21st Century” and “The Golden Age of Hip-Hop,” featuring some of the most influential names in the game as they reflect on the history & influence of hip-hop on NYC.

Moderated by Torae Carr – Songwriter, Artist & Vice President, Board of Governors, Recording Academy New York Chapter.

Appearances by:Bas – Global ArtistDarryl “DMC” McDanielsErika Elliott – Executive Artistic Director, SummerStage & Charlie Parker Jazz FestivalFaith Newman – EVP A&R and Catalog Development, Reservoir Media Management, Inc.Grandmaster FlashHank Shocklee – Music Producer & President Shocklee Entertainment and Founding Member of Public Enemy & The Bomb SquadJerry Wonda – GRAMMY® Award-Winning Music Producer, Entrepreneur & PhilanthropistNick Cucci – Executive Director, Recording Academy New York ChapterRocky Bucano – Executive Director, The Universal Hip Hop MuseumYoung Devyn – Artist 
Click Here For “Conversations: The History of Hip-Hop in NYC”
In honor of PrideMonth and BlackMusicMonth, GRAMMY U presents an in-depth conversation with rapper, singer, and songwriter, Rico Nasty, moderated by DJ/Radio personality, Little Bacon Bear.
Click Here For “Up Close & Personal with Rico Nasty”
In the latest episode of ReImagined At Home, singer/songwriter Ant Clemons gives the late, great Bill Withers’ oft-covered soul classic, “Ain’t No Sunshine,” a whirl.
Click Here For “ReImagined At Home with Ant Clemons”
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