The Roots are credited with changing hip hop culture from a group of artists who didn’t understand the genre, to one of the most influential groups of the last 50 years.
The Roots were a group from Atlanta that started out in the late ’70s.
They were a punk band that played the music of the Black Panthers and the Black Liberation Army.
Their music was influenced by the early 1960s punk music of Chuck Berry and the Stooges, and the late 1960s funk and soul of Bob Marley.
They started out with a simple goal, to make the best music they could, according to their bandcamp page.
They wanted to write and record songs that could reach millions of people.
Their album, I Love My Girlfriend, became a big hit.
And in the early 1970s, they released their first album, My Way, which was a massive hit.
In 1977, the Roots released their second album, Get Low, which became a major hit.
Then in 1978, the band released Get Rich or Die Tryin.
These albums were both hugely successful, and in 1980, Roots recorded their third album, The Man, which included hits like “I’m a Man,” “I Got Rhythm,” and “It’s All Good.”
By 1980, the music was on everyone’s mind.
In the summer of 1980, President Jimmy Carter appointed the group the National Anthem Band, and they began to spread their message.
The album That’s What I Like, released in 1980 by The Roots, became the first hit single in America, according the New York Times.
The album became the most popular album of all time, and became the soundtrack to a whole generation of kids and teens, who were exposed to a different kind of music, according a Time magazine article.
They became the faces of the Hip Hop culture and the most powerful, if not the most iconic, music group in America.
They became the hip hop super group.
The group was so influential, in fact, that the term hip hop has been defined as having a legacy in hip hop, according CNN.
By the end of the decade, they were being compared to Queen Latifah and Stevie Wonder.
They also became the center of a major scandal when their album, Born in the U.S.
A, was accused of being racist and promoting segregation.
It wasn’t until the 1980s, however, that hip hop became more racially inclusive.
The group’s albums, and their music, have remained influential to a generation of Americans who are still learning about diversity.
It’s important to remember that they didn’t change anything.
The music that was created during this time is still a part of the American cultural fabric.
When The Roots came out with the first album of their music in 1979, they went to a black school in Atlanta, and had a black principal who was a part-time teacher, the Associated Press reported.
The next album, Black Panther, was released in 1979.
The Roots were also a part owner of the Atlanta Braves baseball team.
They have also been a part ownership of the music rights holder, Warner Music Group.
As hip hop evolved into a diverse and diverse industry, so did the music that The Roots created, according NPR.
“When I was in high school, the first thing that was recorded was by a black guy named J. Cole,” Roots singer Darryl Harris told NPR.
“And it was the first time I heard a black artist play music that I really liked.”
The Roots are a family that has continued to inspire generations, as we look to the future, the AP reported.
They are not the only family to have helped shape the music world, and have been instrumental in the creation of a whole new music genre.
“You know, that’s where they were when I was a kid,” Harris said.
“They were like, ‘Oh, we can do this.’
And I was like, I can’t believe I got to be part of it.”
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