Check out Dr. Dre and one of Doug E. Fresh’s first performances as “Human Beatbox”.
On November 6, 2021, the Universal Hip Hop Museum and AllHipHop.com will celebrate Hip Hop History Month by featuring Dr. Dre and a skate party on fire at the Eclipse Roller Rink in East New York. , Brooklyn.
When people say Dr. Dre’s name it is usually with reverence and respect 💯 The man who started his career as a DJ, producer and singer for World Class Wreckin ‘Cru, can surely say his name stands for West Coast Hip Sauter.
As a founding member of NWA he helped bring Gangsta Rap into the mainstream and by the time he became a solo artist (and producer) he simply became a chart fixture.
Artists like Snoop, Eve, Eminem and 50 Cent refer to him as a major influencer in their lives and brands like his labels (Death Row, 1991-1996 & Aftermath 1996 to the present) and Beats by Dre allows him to say that he is one of the richest men in Hip Hop 💰
Fun fact: Dr. Dre’s name was inspired by basketball player Julius “Dr. J” Erving.
It was Saturday November 6, 1982, DJOC and Crazy Eddie & The Fearless Four were headlining a jam at the Eclipse Roller Rink in East New York, Brooklyn. Imagine paying $ 7.00 to see 16-year-old Doug E. Fresh, the first recognized human beatbox, play that night with his brother DJ Chill Will, the Get Fresh Crew. Or even better a young DJ Grand Master “D”, before joining the group that made him an international star, Whodini.
Also on this show was MC Tony & The Crew.
This Know Ya Hip Hop moment was brought to you by @uhhmuseum x @allhiphopcom
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