February 26, 2013

Early ’90s Bootlegging

Before Napster, the only way to get cheap music was through foreigners who sold bootleg mixtapes on street corners. Rappers in the 90s weren't keen. They wanted them dead. Then they decided it was a good way to make money so they began to bootleg their own albums. Go hip hop.

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