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From the February 1990 issue of Rap Masters: Big Daddy Kane, The D.O.C., Chuck D, De La Soul & E-Love.

From the February 1990 issue of Rap Masters: Big Daddy Kane, The D.O.C., Chuck D, De La Soul & E-Love.

Vintage Hip Hop Pics

We got our hands on this long list of some of the most rare and vintage Hip Hop photos you'll ever set your eyes on. check out this epic photo album below!

Rza & Ghostface [Outside of Big Daddy Kane’s Birthday Party] (1992) https://soundcloud.com/isaac-flowerday/the-next-hit

Ghostface & RZA [Outside of Big Daddy Kane’s Birthday Party]

Afrika Bambaataa, who pioneered electro funk, poses for London-born photographer Janette Beckman in front of a graffiti-strewn brick wall in 1983, in a nod to the street roots of the movement

Birth of hip hop: Inside the seminal years of New York's subculture

© Janette Beckman – Afrika Bambaataa, 1983 (Hip Hop Revolution, Museum of the City of New York)

Check yo self, set it of & bring the noise! Big Daddy Kane,  Ice Cube and Chuck D

East to West, Real Hip Hop Bricklayers! L to r: Big Daddy Kane, Ice Cube, and Chuck D of Public Enemy.

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