Upper Hutt Posse: 'E tu'

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New Zealand’s first hip hop record, 'E tu', was released by Upper Hutt Posse in 1988. The group provoked controversy, delivering a political message without compromise. The band’s 1990 visit to the United States as guests of the Nation of Islam religious movement reinforced ...


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