February 19, 1994 |
On a cold Saturday night at KPCC-FM (89.3), the Pasadena City College radio station, a silvery-haired disc jockey sits hunched over a microphone and launches into an odd form of rap found nowhere else on the FM dial. "We're here on the airwaves of Aztlan, that's A-Z-T-L-A-N," he says. "You don't know what that means? Look it up! Naaah, it ain't in the dictionary, man, it's too hip to be in the dictionary.