Grandmaster Flash discusses early hip-hop, first discovering breaks, traveling with vinyl, and the wonders of technology.
Pioneer DJ and original turntable technician, Grandmaster Flash spins an all vinyl set featuring Chic, The Incredible Bongo Band, Roy Ayers, and more.
Grandmaster Flash pulls out a stack of classic vinyl for a live performance at the Bronx’s Crotona Park Jam series.
Grandmaster Flash gives a quick demonstration of his classic cutting style using traditional vinyl, then fires up NI Traktor for a lesson in digital vinyl evolution. Notable Quote: "Hip-hop is built on the 70’s. If there was no 70’s hip-hop, there’d be no hip-hop today."
Hip-Hop pioneer Grandmaster Flash appears live on Fox News and killed a Serato free, old school set using real vinyl… flawless! Respect to APC
Grandmaster Flash talks about his upcoming book "The Adventures of Grandmaster flash: My Life, My Beats", hard lessons learned from the record business, cocaine addiction, and returning to DJ’ing. With a release day of June 10th, 2008, it looks to be damn entertaining read. Check the video for a preview of what will be revealed.