Coolout 19 Captures 30 years of Seattle Hip Hop

April 7, 2010 § 2 Comments

Last Saturday night at the Crocodile, Georgio Brown’s Coolout TV celebrated its 19th birthday.  Brown showcased 30 years of Seattle Hip Hop and introduced many people to some serious family lineage that started this sh#t in the 206.   Performers ranged from early era Nasty Mix artists Xola (Kid Sensation) and Wojack (of Criminal Nation) to today’s rising stars J.Pinder and and Khingz.  However my favorite part was watching D.Black watch his dad,  Captain Crunch (James Croone) of The Emerald Street Boys perform for the first time.  The Emerald Street Boys ignited the torch that that still burns today and it was great top see them bring it to stage after all of these years.  ESB’s family lineage also runs deep, between the three members, they have family ties to D.Black, Vitamin D,   Ish of Shabazz Palaces, RC tha Trackahliq,  and so on and so on.

Seattle Hip Hop Pioneers The Emerald Street Boys Reunited For One Night Only

Captain Crunch Of The Emerald Street Boys and His Son D.Black Share The Stage For The First Time

D.Black Performs “Blow The Trumps” and “Yesterday”

Vitamin D and The Note

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§ 2 Responses to Coolout 19 Captures 30 years of Seattle Hip Hop

  • thereal says:

    Shut the fuck up, them aint the ones that rock the show…. thats y people hate you fake writers cant tell the fucking truth…

    • What the hell did you read? Where does it say that these are the only ones that “rock” the show? You must be another disgruntled rapper that feels that since he wasn’t mentioned in a blog post, we’re all whack now, right? Tell the truth, what truth are you talking about? I’m pointing out the family lineage, can you not understand that? Next time you wanna tell someone to “shut the fuck up” don’t hide behind an alias. Do you even realize that this blog belongs to a record label not a journalist?

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