1. (O)ther (P)eople’s (P)osts, 3.27.13

    1. Basquiat’s Ex-Girlfriend Reveals Major Trove of Unseen Works.
    The unseen works: the Basquiat and his ex-lady’s old East Village apartment, which the artist turned into a living installation by covering every available surface with his paintings. Amazingly, it’s remained intact after all these years. By Rachel Corbett.
    [ Art Info ]

    2. A Hip-Hop Walking Tour: “Rap Quotes” Street Art Marks Specific City Locales Mentioned on Rap Tracks.
    Yes, you obviously already know about the great “Rap Quotes” project . But RQ artist Jay Shells reveals that he’s now taking requests for future signs too. By Sasha Goldstein.
    [ NY Daily News ]

    3. Souls of Mischief Look Back at 20 Years of “’93 ‘Til Infinity.”
    20 years after Souls’ classic single dropped, the Hiero heroes reflect on their anthem. By Jordan Sargent.
    [ Spin ]

    4. DJ Jazzy Jeff on the 25th Anniversary of He’s the DJ, I’m the Rapper.
    How hip-hop’s first double LP came together: in London with Jeff’s leg in a full cast, and the duo adamant that “Parents Just Don’t Understand” NOT be its lead single. By DJ Jazzy Jeff as told to Chris Wilder.
    [ Philadelphia Weekly ]

    5. “I Still Do J-Zone Shit”: An Interview with J-Zone.
    Rap generational thinker J-Zone discusses sampling off cassettes, making music for himself and more. By DJ Sorce-1.
    [ Heavy In The Streets ]

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