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Radio That Changed Lives: A Film About How NYC's Infamous Duo Stretch and Bobbito Shaped Hip Hop

Shannon McDeez | Posted 10.22.2016 | Entertainment
Shannon McDeez

Last week inside Harlem's Maysles Cinema, I had front row seats to a peek inside New York's legendary 89TEC9, a radio show that defined an important era of Hip Hop and launched the careers of some of the most notorious artists of all time:

Adventures of Stretch + Bobbito on the Wheels of Steel | Posted 10.20.2016 | Black Voices

Rewinding back to the 1990s, "Stretch and Bobbito: Radio That Changed Lives" documents the lives and musical loves of DJs Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Garcia whose Columbia University radio show (WKCR) inspired people across the world to embrace the best beats, the illest freestyles and the dopest emerging rappers who'd go on to change hip-hop history.

A Labor of Love: We Like It Like That - The Story Of Latin Boogaloo

Isabelle Davis | Posted 11.30.2011 | New York
Isabelle Davis

Known as "the first Nuyorican music," boogaloo's lifespan was tragically all too brief, but luckily not forgotten, as the documentary brings viewers into the world of an underrepresented slice of music and NYC history.