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Last week I saw Sprite is releasing a series of cans featuring lyrics from Notorious B.I.G., Rakim, Nas and the 6 God Drake. Interesting how 3 of the MCs are New York Rappers but that’s another story. 187 more words

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NYC Gang Documentary "Rubble Kings" Available For Download As BitTorrent Bundle

(AllHipHop News) The rise of Hip Hop culture was partially centered around creating an alternative to the gang mentality sweeping across sections of New York City in the early 1970’s.  212 more words


Film Review: Rubble Kings

The New York City depicted in Shan Nicholson’s new documentary, Rubble Kings, is a reminder that “post-apocalyptic” need not be limited to descriptions of the future. 699 more words


Hip Hop's Founder

Afrika Bambaataa didn’t create Hip Hop but organized what was going on in the city and turned it into a culture. I will forever respect and preserve everything these men and woman created. I AM HIP HOP !!!!


Afrika Bambaataa Says Hip Hop Artists Need To Join Together In A Federation (VIDEO)

(AllHipHop News) Teachers have unions. Police officers have unions. Professional athletes have unions. But music artists – rappers in particular – do not have a united representation to protect their rights. 147 more words


WATCH: Adisa Banjoko LECTURE at Oberlin College

Hidden in Plain Sight: The History of Hip-Hop Chess

Oberlin College April 14th 2015

Part 1 : Watch Video (intro to HHCF philosophy)

Part 2: Watch Video… 191 more words

Graffiti, Zulu and Water the Bush: Queen Feline Proves that Hip Hop don’t Stop

Hip hop gets a bad rap. Naysayers often use it as a scapegoat for inner-city violence, apathetic youth or gluttonous materialism. Although there is some truth to its negative influence, it has roots in culture, education and bringing people together. 436 more words

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