Over the past month, the Northside Hip Hop Archive has hosted a series of cross-country events celebrating Canadian pioneers of the genre. It's called " I Was There ," and after stops in Montreal, Saskatoon and Hamilton, the four-city tour culminates today in Toronto, where they'll honour the work of DJ, radio personality, concert promoter and professor Ron Nelson. Commonly known as the godfather of Toronto hip hop, Nelson created one of Canada's first hip hop shows in It's hard to overstate the importance of community radio when talking about the history of Canadian hip hop culture. Mark Campbell is the director of the Northside Hip Hop Archive, and when we spoke earlier this week, he reminded me that while hip hop or "urban" shows on commercial radio often fall victim to the whims of market-driven mandates, community radio shows endure. I spoke with Nelson about his community radio roots earlier this week.
DJ Ron Nelson’s tracks
Ron Nelson  is a Toronto -based DJ , broadcaster, music promoter, producer and educator best known for his role in popularizing both hip hop music and later dancehall and reggae music in Canada. Nelson was born in Pembroke Hall , Jamaica and emigrated to Canada in Nelson soon began organizing concerts, his first event being for the Kings of Rap. With the revenues from the concert, Nelson built one of the first hip hop recording studios in Canada, "Apache", in the basement of his Scarborough home. As hip hop became more commercial, Nelson became disillusioned with the genre and ended Fantastic Voyage in
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