The Breakdown | The Quarantine Effect On Hip Hop

HipHop News Posted on March 28, 2020 at 7:06am

The Breakdown | The Quarantine Effect On Hip Hop

Let's break it down.

Hollywood, CA – As in the rest of the world, Hip Hop is feeling the impact of the coronavirus pandemic continues its rampage.

For this week's episode of The Breakdown, the current home of the Page of Kennedy takes a look at the effects the virus is having on the industry, in an episode called "Quarantine Effect In Hip Hop.".centered-ad {

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"You want the bad news or the good news first?" begins. From there, he talks about how big festivals like SXSW and Coachella have been cancelled or postponed in the wake of the pandemic.

In the back, Kennedy talks about the "good news", that includes the countless artists who have been connecting with their fans and peers in Instagram Live, and other platforms of social media.

D-Nice, Erykah Badu, Questlove, Statik Selektah, DJ Premier, Lord Finesse, Cut Chemist and MC Eiht are just a small sample of the artists that are keeping their fans entertained with intimate performances.



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