Remembering The Best Record Store In Underground Hip-Hop History

The Village Voice | September 8, 2010
Fat Beats closed its New York branch on Saturday, Sept. 4th. For fans and underground artists, the demise of the store that dubbed itself "the last stop for hip-hop" feels like the loss of the music's spiritual home.

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