Among dozens of CDs, birthday cards, and posters, a few hats hang on Capital Ode’s Far Rockaway bedroom wall. “Every single place that I’ve been in really contributed to who I am in some way,” says the rapper and DJ, pointing to a few hats that stand out to him. “There’s a Toronto [Maple Leafs] hat up there, there’s a Marlins hat up there – Florida Marlins, not the Miami Marlins.”
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Muchmore’s, the coffee house and bar in Williamsburg, looks more like your grandma’s living room than a place for a hip hop showcase. But during the $3 Rap Show, Mike Judd can be seen working the soundboard as rappers shuffle around on stage and in mosh pits with the crowd. Once they exhaust their time, Judd steps on stage and transforms from sound guy to rapper, NAHreally.