In the hip-hop genre still existed well outside the mainstream, and the controversy surrounding it meant that this Warner Bros. Brian Coleman's new book Check the Technique Volume 2: More Liner Notes for Hip-Hop Junkies collects the stories behind classic rap albums from hip-hop's golden era, as well as bits of historical ephemera. Tracklist of recordings for the soundtrack to Charlie Ahearn's prescient and ''ridiculously ambitious'' Wild Style , a hip-hop movie made before the term ''hip-hop'' had even entered the common parlance.
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Hip-Hop peers, including Diamond D and A. According to El, the duo added Kaos after watching him perform in Newark with his then-group, Champ. View this post on Instagram. We put Kaos on after seeing him cut at Military Park in Nwk. He was on stage with his group Champ he was juggling Gangstarr Manifest and me and Tame heard that shit and went immediately to the stage. He was killin it. I went to them asked all their names but of course I asked K for his number. I remember calling him to ask what he was doing cause we needed a permanent DJ.
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The Universal Hip Hop Museum is scheduled for an official opening in the year and will dedicate its space to ensuring the preservation, documentation, and celebration of Hip Hop Culture. I had the privilege of finding out more information regarding the museums plans which you can read about — HERE. Each Artifact listed below in some way, shape or form has a story attached to the item making it unique and special. It was at these Block parties DJ Kool Herc would develop his style of djing by extending the breakdown of a record which would go onto becoming the blueprint for Hip Hop music. As the breakdown of one record was coming to an end he began to cue up the next leaving no room for silence. This party could be considered the first-ever Hip-Hop party and the handwritten flyer may be one of the most important artifacts to come from the culture. What makes this even more special is the Universal Hip Hop Museum will be located in the Bronx which is where it all started, and lovers of Hip Hop should know this history which is why we hope to see it at the museum.