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De La Soul Included in Library of Congress Registry
The Library of Congress has announced the 25 records that the research library will be selecting for preservation in the National Recording Registry, and this year's group includes a hip-hop favorite: De La Soul's 1989 classic, '3 Feet High and Rising...
Big Boi, De La Soul to Join Soundset 2011 Lineup
WireImage, Getty Images Soundset 2011 is graduating from its underground roots with the announcement of surprise headlining performances from Big Boi and influential Native Tongues group De La Soul. Big Boi and De La will join usual-headliners Atmosphere and Brother Ali over Memorial Day weekend at the fourth installment of the Shakopee, Minn...
De La Soul Promises Third and Final ‘AOI’ Album in 2011
After releasing the second installment in their 'Art Official Intelligence' series in 2001, De La Soul is finally making good on the promise to deliver the third and final disc. The legendary trio has announced that they are currently prepping the release of 'Art Official Intelligence III,' which they plan on dropping later this year...
‘Copyright Criminals’ Doc Examines Sampling in Hip-Hop
As hip-hop grew into a legitimate genre that sold millions of albums, a battle developed between producers sampling old records and copyright holders that tried to stop the flow of music. A documentary film entitled 'Copyright Criminals' explores this clash between sampling and the law...
De La Soul Bring Out Black Sheep’s Dres at North Coast
De La Soul didn't have to tell the audience at the inaugural North Coast music festival that they've been around for 22 years -- their music proved it. The Long Island, N.Y. trio decided they were "taking it back to the basement" for their set Saturday evening set -- knocking off old school gems like 'Me, Myself and I,' 'Potholes in My Lawn' and 'Buddy' off 1989's critically lauded '3 Fe

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