El Da Sensei Induction and Interview at The Hip-Hop Museum DC
El Da Sensei stepped onto the hip-hop scene as one half of the Newark, NJ duo, the Artifacts. Him and his partner Tame-One developed a fan base of hardcore hip-hoppers. However, being graffiti artists and hip-hop purists. The group sparked a new sub-culture in hip-hop called “backpackers.” El Da Sensei receives special induction into the Hip Hop Museum DC. Founded by Jeremy Beaver, owner of Listen Vision Recording Studio in Washington DC. To honor and induct legendary pioneers in all aspects of Hip Hop culture is HHMDC mission. However, it is the pop-up experience their known for. Above all, is their largest collection of Hip-Hop memorabilia and artifacts in the world.
The Artifacts first rose to fame with the hit “Wrong Side of the Tracks.” In 1994 their debut album, Between a Rock & a Hard Place released. El finally dropped his debut solo album in 2002. “Relax, Relate, Release”. The album featured guest appearances from Sadat X , J-Live, Organized Konfusion (Pharoah Monch and Prince Po), Mike Zoot & F.T., Asheru, and others. The El Da Sensei interview at HHMDC is truly satisfying for hip hop heads, and also graffiti artists.
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