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Three very talented visionaries came by the studio to chat with Headkrack: Ali Shaheed Muhammad from the legendary rap group “A Tribe Called Quest,” music producer Adrian Younge and Cheo Coker, who is the creator of Marvel’s “Luke Cage.” They explain what Netflix’s newest show, which Cheo says is “basically a black hip-hop western,” aims to do in dealing with Harlem and gentrification.

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Ali and Adrian discuss what they brought to the show in working on the soundtrack, and how they felt working with a 30-piece orchestra to score some of the “filthiest hip-hop breaks” for the show.  Click on the audio player to hear Headkrack explain why he thinks The Game should accept it this exclusive clip of the Hip-Hop Spot.

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