On November 21, 2021, the Universal Hip Hop Museum and AllHipHop.com are set to celebrate DJ Hollywood and Double Trouble.
Back in the 70s, the King of New York’s Hip Hop scene who spat hustler and party rap in a fly sharkskin suit was DJ Hollywood.
He was an emcee and a DJ; opening the doors for DJs like Lovebug Starsky, Kid Capri, and Biz Markie and rappers like Doug E. Fresh and Kurtis Blow. He epitomized control of the crowd and party rocking by bridging clubbing and the streets.
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📸 by @joeconzo
Double Trouble went down on Friday and Saturday, November 20 and 21, 1981 at the T Connection in the Bronx, New York 💯 Double Trouble featuring Little Rodney C and KK Rockwell, who appeared in the classic Hip Hop movie “Wild Style,” were among the hosts for the weekend 🔥
Pioneer Spoonie G, one of the few Hip Hop artists to have popped off in the 1970s, was one of Friday’s special guests along with the legendary Hip Hop group the Cold Crush Bros 🙌🏾