Photos: History of Boston hip-hop

A photo tour through Boston's hip-hop history
By PHOENIX STAFF  |  November 27, 2009


Boston's first hip-hop mixtape, Boston Goes Def!

READTales of the tapes, Pacey Foster tells the story of Boston hip-hop. By Chris Faraone

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