Hip-Hop on the Dip-Drop?
The aftermath of the Civil Rights Movement dropped a seed on American soil in the mid-1970's that grew rapidly into an enormous beanstalk in the backyard of the ghettos. As it began sprouting, hip-hop appeared beautiful and full of remedy for the poverty African-American communities endured. The Black Power and Black Arts Movements were in full swing and a promising rhythm was pounding in the urban landscape of New York. What was this "hip-hop" though? It was an attitude, a way of life, a style of thinking, walking, talking, and dressing. Beyond music, it was a culture encompassing four ma…
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