Slaine describes The Boston Project album and his interest in hip hop history

At WNYU on the famous Halftime Show, Slaine describes Boston as having a “slept-on hip hop scene” and his motivation to record the album The Boston Project. He expresses interested in collaborating with artists from an older generation as well as younger artists that he has influenced. Slaine and DJ Eclipse also comment on the early hip hop scene in Boston and their interest in learning about hip hop’s history. Purchase The Boston Project here and Slaine’s new album, The King Of Everything Else, here.

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