Coke La Rock on Hip Hop Being #1 Genre in the World 48 Years After the 1st Party (Part 7)

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In this clip, Coke La Rock spoke about never being a published artist, despite being the first rapper in history. He then spoke about making one-off tapes for local hustlers, where he would shout them out. To hear more, including Coke La Rock speaking about corrupt cops, hit the above clip.

In this clip, Coke La Rock opened up about being shouted out on Boogie Down Productions’ "South Bronx," and inspiring other artists to take on the "La Rock" name. When it comes to the current state of hip-hop, Coke La Rock said that he feels good about it, and he added that he’s only involved now because of his grandkids. He explained that after his then-6-year-old grandson told him that he was his hero for being the first MC in hip-hop. To hear more, hit the above clip.