Host Page Kennedy has returned with a new episode of The Breakdown titled “Are Rap Crews Dead?” During the roughly 13-minute episode, Kennedy explores if rap crews still exist in the new year or if they really are part of a bygone era.

The enthusiastic rapper/actor starts by defining what exactly a rap crew entails. He explains one can be simply be members of a label such as Bad Boy and Death Row Records or an actual rap group such as The Roots, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, Fugees and Organized Noize. 

Kennedy also talks about rap groups that became a movement — from N.W.A to Wu-Tang Clan.  

While rap crews dominated the ’90s, 2000s and early 2010s, Kennedy points out some of those crews slowly began to dissolve.

So what happened?

Watch The Breakdown to hear our theories.

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