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One result of this is a huge catalog of music from a diverse group of Houston rappers.

Some were mainstream hits, others were only local or regional successes, but all significant to making Houston’s hip hop scene.

Here is a list of songs, albums, events, deaths, and places that offer more depth to understanding the history of Houston hip hop.” TIMELINE Kidz Jamm – (1982) Kidz Jamm was a radio program on Texas Southern University’s college radio station, KTSU.

It was one of the systems of support for Houston’s hip hop culture before professionalization via record deals.

Here are the last two paragraphs of the essay that did not get published.

These are the most important paragraphs that speak to what I believe is most significant about Houston hip hop.

Rap Pool of America (1985) Steve Fournier founded the Rap Pool of America to distribute rap music “to DJs in untapped markets across America.

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