Jazz Re-Generations: Five artists explore the intersections of jazz and hip-hop

Back around the turn of the 21st century, commentators trying to situate the hip-hop movement within American music — and particularly as part of the African-American timeline — came up with the phrase “from bebop to hip-hop.” It didn’t fare particularly well: Many hip-hop artists had yet to work their way back to bebop, and

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