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hip hop is a culture. However, hip hop was not always such a broadly defined term. Originally, hip hop referred to the culture of the Latin and African-American youths centered around the Bronx, New York who were graffiti artists, break-dancers, turntablists, and emcees. 5 In the early years of hip hop, the actual participants (or

www.insidermonkey.com/blog/history-of-hip-hop-202895

The history of hip hop is worth studying. The roots of the hip hop culture can be traced back to 1970s South Bronx, New York. Though it has nowadays become one of the most popular music genres ...

www.latimes.com/entertainment/music/posts/la-et-ms-hip-hop-photos-annenberg...

In its earliest form, hip-hop was almost exclusively a street-level mode of expression, embraced quickly by other underground scenes, while the mainstream kept the sound and culture at arm’s length.

www.afterglowatx.com/blog/2019/3/26/the-history-of-hip-hop-fashion-how-street...

Hip hop’s relationship with the world of fashion has a interesting and very important history. As hip hop arose from the streets with an outsider status, it gave birth to its own distinct fashion style and aesthetic — unlike anything seen in the mainstream fashion world — which has developed and evolved in unique ways over time.

news.arizona.edu/story/hip-hop-a-global-social-movement

"Hip-hop culture has become an all-pervasive key component of contemporary American society, culture and identity which warrants serious academic inquiry. With its origins dating back to the 1970s, hip-hop was born in the Bronx, located in the northern region of New York City and quickly proliferated internationally, in regions of Africa and ...

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Home > Culture > The History of Rap in China, Part 2: Hip Hop Goes Mainstream (2010-2019) From humble origins as a niche pastime in constant conflict with the authorities, hip hop rises to become a mainstream art (and industry)

www.highsnobiety.com/p/rap-battle-history

To understand the answer fully requires a journey back into hip-hop history. Although there are a handful of early precursors – Harlem’s pioneering jazz poets, the West African griots and the ...

teachersinstitute.yale.edu/curriculum/units/1993/4/93.04.04.x.html

Bam ran a sound system at the Bronx River Community Center. As Bob Marley was a spokesperson for reggae, Bam was an ambassador and spokesperson for the ‘Hip Hop’ culture. Afrika Bambaataa was the name of a famous 19th century Zulu chief, the name means Affectionate Leader. Bam took his role as a leader in the ‘Hip Hop’ culture seriously.

eportfolios.macaulay.cuny.edu/.../music/hip-hop/hip-hop-caribbean-origins

The clip about the overall spirit of hip hop culture during this time period expresses hip hop as a positive thing. It created a culture that connected various neighborhoods across New York City through the enjoyment of music. It stimulated friendly competition and acted as an outlet for creative expression for rebellious youth.

culturalorganizing.org/twelve-songs-that-teach-hip-hop-history

8. Hip-Hop Knowledge, by KRS-One. In this song, Blastmaster KRS-One narrates some of the history of conscious or political hip-hop, including various efforts (mostly his) to use hip-hop culture as a vehicle for peace, learning, and social change.