History of hip hop
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There is a prevailing myth that revolves around the hip hop world that it is only African-Americans who listen to this genre of music, enjoy it, or promote it. Some believe that African-Americans were the first to create. As the statistics show, however, myths are very different from what reality happens to be. Almost two
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‘CONTACT HIGH: A Visual History of Hip-Hop’ salutes photographers whose pictures helped bring hip-hop from the streets to the global stage. A show based on at Vikki Tobak’s book of the same name at LA’s The Annenberg Space for Photography features their unedited contact sheets – like Barron Claiborne’s stupendous Notorious B.I.G. portraits – … Continue reading "A Photographic History of Hip-Hop"
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Today is the anniversary of the birth of Hip Hop! I did a print infographic a few years back on the 25th anniversary of Hip Hop Music.
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"The Greatest Day in Hip-Hop History" photographed for XXL magazine by Gordon Parks, Issue #7, 1998. It includes iconic artists that helped influence hip-hop music. It was inspired by the 1958 “A Great Day In Harlem” photo of Jazz greats in Harlem, taken for Esquire magazine.
A totally useful scoring chart of the rap albums of 1994.
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