MARCH 24TH 2018
The Jazz Café, Camden London
The contribution that The Low End Theory made to developing the level of production and lyricism in hip-hop records cannot be overstated. The album leant heavily on the influence of jazz in hip-hop production, and sought to achieve the laid back attitude of jazz with rhymes on top.
The album succeeded in forging the musical, cultural and historical links between the two genres, and tracks such as “Buggin’ Out”, “Scenario”, and “Check the Rhime” have cemented the album’s status as one of the most influential records in hip-hop history.
Join us as we celebrate one of the all time great albums with a host of London’s finest jazz musicians, led by Jordan Rakei guitarist Sheldon Agwu.
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