Episode: Death Row Records vs Bad Boy Records - The Music | 6

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Death Row Records vs Bad Boy Records - The Music | 6

Heavy bass, high synth, daring rhymes schemes, and melody. These are the elements that epitomize the 90s hip hop music of Death Row Records and Bad Boy records. Charlie Harding, co-host of Switched On Pop helps us break down two of the era’s most seminal hits: “California Love” by 2Pac and “Big Poppa” by The Notorious B.I.G.

Plus, how the streaming services are changing the music industry and the music itself.

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