Cover image: Queen Latifah, 1990. Previous image: Q-Tip, 1993. This image: Big Daddy Kane, 1980.

Previous image: Nas, Tupac Shakur and Redman at Club Amazon, New York, NY. July 23rd, 1993. This image: Q-Tip, 1993.

Previous image left: Parish Smith (left) and Erick Sermon of EPMD. New York, NY. 1991. Previous image right: Phife Dawg, 1993. This image: Big Daddy Kane at his Birthday Party, New York, NY. September 10th, 1989.

Previous image: Wu-Tang Clan, 2000. This image: MC Lyte (aka Lana Moorer), New York, NY. August 16th, 1991.

Previous image left: Yo-Yo (aka Yolanda Whitaker) in front of the Apollo Theater in the Harlem, NY. June 19th, 1992. Previous image right: Nas, 1990. This image: Jay Z, 1996. Next image: Run DMC, 1985.

Previous image: Ali Shaheed Muhammad, 1993. This image: Rakim (aka William Michael Griffin Jr.) attends Heavy D’s 23rd Birthday Party, New York, NY. May 23rd, 1990.

Previous image: De La Soul (L to R: Maseo aka Vincent Lamont Mason Jr., Posdenous aka Kelvin Mercer, Trugoy The Dove aka David Jude Jolicoeur) appear backstage at a show, New York, NY. January 10th, 1991. This image: KRS-One (aka Lawrence “Kris” Parker) performs at LL Cool J’s summer camp, Camp Cool J, at Camp Minisink, Dover Plains, NY. August 19th, 1993.

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