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Earlier this year, Dorothy, a UK-based conceptual print shop, released a clever history of alternative music print that displayed alternative rock knowledge as if it were a circuit board from an early transistor radio. That was great if you were down with The Smiths, The Strokes, and other bands that start with “The,” but what if your musical tastes lean more Hot 97 than KROCK? Now you’re in luck, as Dorothy has released the follow up to the Alternative Love Blueprint, the Hip-Hop Love Blueprint, which charts the history of hip-hip through a similar aesthetic. From Grandmaster Flash to Kendrick Lamar, the Hip-Hop Love Blueprint presents over 7,000 MCs, DJs, producers, turntablists, musicians, graffiti artists, and b-boys and b-girls. Yeah, it covers everything. Put it on your wall, drop the needle on some KRS-One, and do some rap lineage studying.

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