The first history of Seattle hip hop—and hip hop’s role in Seattle history

Emerald Street
A History of Hip Hop in Seattle
By Daudi Abe
Foreword by Sir Mix-A-Lot

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  • Behind the Cover: Tom Eykemans on “Emerald Street”
    What an honor to have the opportunity to design this comprehensive history of hip hop in Seattle. As someone who grew up nearby in the ’80s (listening to Sir Mix-A-Lot of course) and moved here in the ’90s (when the Sonics still played, the Kingdome still stood, The Rocket still published, and the city still […]
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