In separate sets, Brady Watt and Edo G perform in and outside of the exhibition “Writing the Future: Basquiat and the Hip-Hop Generation,” part of the Sound Bites: Nancy Lee Clark Concert Series. Hear from the artists throughout their performances as they speak with WBUR’s Arielle Gray, sharing insights into their music and discussing their connection to hip-hop’s transformative power across generations.
Brady Watt began playing bass at age 14 and is today one of the most recorded bass players in history. His hit video series “Bass & Bars,” featuring Watt alongside a different legendary MC in each episode, has put him in nonstop demand as a producer and collaborator.
Boston hip-hop legend Edo G is a unique MC who delivers sharp social commentary and reality-based raps with slick rhymes and wit to spare. Having collaborated with legends like DJ Premier, Pete Rock, and Masta Ace over a two-decade career, his status in the game is undisputed.
Runtime: 78 minutes
Available for rent through the run of “Writing the Future: Basquiat and the Hip-Hop Generation.”
Three-day rental starts with first viewing of video. The video may be watched up to three days after the exhibition's closing date.
Half the proceeds from the concerts go directly to the musicians.