Def Jam is the hip-hop label that introduced mainstream America to the likes of Run DMC, LL Cool J, The Beastie Boys, Public Enemy and Slick Rick. Beginning in the NYU dorm room of co-founder Rick Rubin, this never-before-told story captures all the behind-the-scenes action, outrageous hype, and raw talent that made rap a household word.
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