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Tucson hip-hop artists pioneer their own sound

Tucson hip-hop artists pioneer their own sound

Marcus Meridox, who goes by Big Meridox and Big Ox among other stage names, says Tucson has its own hip-hop identity and is developing its own sounds. Meridox is shown in Mr. Head's Gallery and Bar where he performs his rap.

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Tucson hip-hop artists pioneer their own sound

Tucson hip-hop artists pioneer their own sound

Nate Nelson, aka Soundsmith, plays bass along with a freshly recorded track as he and other members of the hip-hop group Jivin Scientists do some work in their downtown studio.

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Tucson hip-hop artists pioneer their own sound

Tucson hip-hop artists pioneer their own sound

Ryan Troncoso plays the drums as he lays down a percussion track with Jivin Scientists.

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Tucson hip-hop artists pioneer their own sound

Tucson hip-hop artists pioneer their own sound

James Owens, or Runt, sings freestyle lyrics for recording with Jivin Scientists.

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Tucson hip-hop artists pioneer their own sound

Tucson hip-hop artists pioneer their own sound

Local hip-hop artist Marcus Meridox wasn't on stage for more than five minutes Friday night before moving down the stairs and into the audience at Plush on North Fourth Avenue.

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