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6 and Daz

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6 and Daz

A music podcast in French from QUALITER

6 & Daz est un programme dédié au hip-hop (principalement US, mais on ne se ferme pas de porte #StartupNation)
A chaque épisode, F6 (Get Large) et Daz (Qualiter) évoquent le parcours d’un artiste hip-hop ayant sévi durant la golden era du Hip-Hop c’est à dire la grosse dizaine d’années entre le milieu des 90s et le début des années 2000. Les tops, les flops, le pivot de carrière, tout sera abordé, avec passion, joie, et toujours dans le partage et la bienveillance™
Bonne écoute !

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