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How Rappers and Record Studios Are Coping With the Pandemic

From Airbnb workarounds to clandestine masked sessions, the music world is pressing on

Isaac Hayes at Doppler Studios in Atlanta, Georgia.
Isaac Hayes at Doppler Studios in Atlanta, Georgia. Photo: Prince Williams/Getty Images

InIn January 2019, J. Cole hosted his 10-day Dreamville Sessions at Atlanta’s Tree Sounds Studios. Not only had the studio played a role in minting indelible sonic legacies from the likes of TLC and Keith Sweat, but its…

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Keith Nelson Jr

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