(Well, we don’t, we love it!) just read on….
As political rap began expressing the trials of the have nots from the people, gangster rap started to paint Read More
Deep in the heart of the city, Hip Hop was crossing the nation with a fury and making its way coast to coast! The expansion brings an additional view of Hip Hop and builds a bridge across the nation and the started steps to a global presence! Read More
Deep in the heart of the city, Hip Hop was crossing the nation with a fury and making its way coast to coast! The expansion brings an additional view of Hip Hop and builds a bridge across the nation Read More
You can always tell when something is starting to make noise! Early 80’s, all I wanted was more Hip Hop! The music had started to gain some crossover appeal and Rock and Rap was showing that the style could blend with all type of music. The movies Beat Street, Breaking, and Cush Groove, Read More
As Hip Hop started to break from the break beat to more of a production driven music, the sample became embrace across the culture. There was a lack of actual instruments, turntables started to become staple music as well sampling of your parents old James Brown, Read More
The boom click, bomb click!
There nothing more elegant then the percussion and the organic snares, popping, melody from a beat boxer vocals. I can think of Doug E Fresh getting a crowd hype up as he mimics drums and intricate sounds making a complete song. Read More
Like the way of a warrior, old school sneakerheads have long been trained to seek out the pure essence of the sneakers. Hip Hop songs have always paid homage to the traditions of sneaker collecting. My Adidas by Run DMC was the first national song to bring this subculture to the people. Read More