Jeru the Damaja pays tribute to Berlin in his q block party playlist

Old school hip-hop legend Jeru the Damaja launched his career in Brooklyn back in 1993, but ever since his first tour to Germany, he's been crazy about Berlin.
Old school hip-hop legend Jeru the Damaja launched his career in Brooklyn back in 1993, but ever since his first tour to Germany, he's been crazy about Berlin. (GMD Three)
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Old school hip-hop legend Kendrick Jeru Davis, a.k.a. Jeru the Damaja, launched his career in his hometown of Brooklyn back in 1993 with his hit single "Come Clean." But ever since his first tour to Germany, he's been crazy about Berlin.

In this q block party hear why Berlin reminds Davis of the East Village in New York City.

Produced by Chanel Klein


George Clinton, 'Atomic Dog'


DeBarge, 'All this Love'

Gangstarr, 'Take it Personal'
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Andrea True Connection, 'More more more'
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The Brothers Johnson, 'Strawberry Letter 23'
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