’90s French Hip-Hop Essentials

’90s French Hip-Hop Essentials

Thanks to the gritty soundtrack of 1995 film La Haine, marginalised Parisians were offered a new voice in hip-hop. Pioneering groups like Assassin and Suprême NTM changed the game with their razor-sharp flow and relatable lyrics, while 113's determined rhymes are framed in a tight trip-hop beat on their 1999 classic "Les Princes De La Ville"—an ode to the Parisian suburbs of their childhood.

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