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Renaissance Soul was originally a Detroit hip hop website started in 2001 by your host Kelly "K-Fresh" Frazier that first centered around the discography of legendary producer Jay Dee aka J. Dilla before it branched out to all Detroit hip-hop and music. In many cases, Renaissance Soul was the first place you heard many Detroit music artists that you love today. With it's revival as a podcast, each episode will focus on specific topics (an album, an era, a legacy, etc) from Detroit music of all genres from the past and present from a historical perspective. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/renaissancesoul/support

Renaissance Soul Kelly Frazier

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Renaissance Soul was originally a Detroit hip hop website started in 2001 by your host Kelly "K-Fresh" Frazier that first centered around the discography of legendary producer Jay Dee aka J. Dilla before it branched out to all Detroit hip-hop and music. In many cases, Renaissance Soul was the first place you heard many Detroit music artists that you love today. With it's revival as a podcast, each episode will focus on specific topics (an album, an era, a legacy, etc) from Detroit music of all genres from the past and present from a historical perspective. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/renaissancesoul/support

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5 Ratings

Petegoddamn ,

Great pod

If you want Detroit music stories from the people who created it, this is the spot for you. Hit that subscribe button right now.

TonySwish ,

No one knows Detroit music more than K-Fresh

When it comes to historical, deep knowledge and experience in the Detroit scene...there’s no one close to K-Fresh. From running the first Dilla website, to bring the first Detroit DJ to discover and spread the word about Danny Brown to his awesome work with Huffington Post and Real Detroit Weekly, K-Fresh is the definitive source for Detroit music coverage. Hearing him expand beyond hip hop to other classic Michigan music is a welcome adventure and the first episodes of this podcast are a treat.

Don’t sleep on this show!

Itsnametag ,

The city needed this...

I dig the podcast. Nostalgic and takes me back to the days of being eager to have my music posted on the Renaissance Soul website. Looking forward to seeing this platform get its proper due. Keep it going Fresh.

~ Nametag Alexander

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