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In the early days, the radio aka the Boom or Ghetto blaster was king. The larger the Boom box, the better the status. This would allow B-Boy crews to bring sound and music to their respective area and showcase the dance style. Read More
If I go back in time my first experience with vinyl records would be early Saturday morning as a child! You knew when the needle hit the pressed vinyl one thing was happening, cleaning! All day too! Across the country there is a whole generation listening to their parent’s music on records. Read More
This is my favorite element, a distanced thought in today’s Hip Hop, however thoroughly missed. The break dancers that I remember in the earlier years was Zulu Nation, part of the DJ Afrika Bambaataa camp. Read More
This is the collection of creativity similar to the Dr. Frankenstein movies. The producers create the original tracks or sampled beats to make a full length instrumental song! Measuring and pouring the correct break beats to the bass and strings to the correct chemistry. Read More