“I used to walk up and down the streets every day - craving sights, sensations, encounters with people…experience.” That was 1994, when Raz Ohara had just moved to Berlin. Raz was 18 at the time. He soon found a room to rent above a jazz club. He sat there every night, listening to the music, watching the people, absorbing his surroundings. It was a seedy, noirish world, like something from the American movies of the 80s. Raz bonded with the club’s resident DJ, and together they founded a hip-hop crew.