The History of Hip Hop - by Eric Reese (Paperback)
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"Book Synopsis ""In the eighties, Hip hop transformed from urban American from infancy to a new culture!"" With the gradual shift from the seventies disco scene, a new style of music known as hip hop paved way for inner-city underground party scene; bringing out new young and old artists all over the Brooklyn, The Bronx, Philly, East and West Coast. It's referred as ""The Golden Era."" Rap was coming into its own and took off from there. Kurtis Blow, DJ Kool Herc, Afrikan Bambatta, Melle Mel, Whodini, Kool Moe Dee, Schoolly D, Run-DMC, LL Cool J and many more brought an urban sound that remains America's loudest street voice in modern day. This book takes you behind the scenes, giving you the history of an era which would lay down the foundation for an urban artistic experience for many years to come. Dive deep in the culture where it all started by pressing Buy Now!"

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