South Memphis Allstars at Soulsville Street Festival @PLAYAFLYM3 @DrummaBoyFRESH @GodfellowBBE

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In the crowd at the Stax to the Max festival, I ran into a number of Memphis rap legends, including Playa Fly, producer Drumma Boy and up-and-coming Memphis artist and promoter Cortez “Godfellow” Currie. There is a direct correlation between the legacy of Stax and Hi Records, and the hip-hop scene in Memphis from the 1990’s to the present, whether that is obvious or not.

Drumma Boy’s Listening Party at R. Sole Memphis

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Drumma Boy had the listening party for his new mixtape at a hip-hop clothing and shoe boutique called R. Sole in the Laurelwood Shopping Center, and that was really great because I wouldn’t have known about that shop otherwise. A lot of Memphis rap artists, producers and promoters were in the house, including DJ Bay and myself from Select-o-Hits, First Degree, G.K. and Li’l Pat.