Paradise Gray is the Chief Curator and Advisory Board Member of the Universal Hip Hop Museum. He is a Hip-Hop historian and legend from the South Bronx who was mentored by pioneering DJs, and has a collection of Hip Hip artifacts preserved beginning in 1979. He was entertainment manager, booking agent and host of the world-famous Hip Hop club, “The Latin Quarter,” which was the incubator of “The Golden Era of Hip-Hop” from 1986 – 1988. Paradise is an archivist, author, photographer, and produced nine (9) albums including two (2) classic albums with his legendary messenger group “X-Clan.” Paradise worked at RUSH Productions/Def Jam Recordings, and He helped to develop the world’s first online music company.