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UNIVERSAL ZULU NATION HIP HOP...

UNIVERSAL ZULU NATION HIP HOP...

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Rhyme & Reason (Hip Hop...

Rhyme & Reason (Hip Hop...

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Funk Lordz Anni events at Star...

Funk Lordz Anni events at Star...

Funk Lordz 10 Year Anniversary * *May 17th ART APOCALYPTO * *An art show inspired and dedicated to to history of Latino culture.* *Feat. Rio Sirah, DTM Flores and friends..* *7pm - 12 midnight* *May 18th - The Lyrical Theatre* *Watch your favorite performing acts bring a Thrilling theatrical stage show like no other. A show incorporating acting, live music and film.* 8pm-12midnight May 19th - *Skill 4 Sole/Octagon National Dance Competition* *ATL's most challenging street dance competition joins forces with one of the BIGGEST international competitions for the first time. Dancers compete in each category for Prize money and their opponents sneakers.* *2pm-11pm* *May 20th -** SalSunday White Affair* *Ending the weekend with a beautiful afternoon of dancing to Latin sounds from the World Famous ...

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Part 1: How Hip-Hop Changed...

Part 1: How Hip-Hop Changed...

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KRS-ONE and MARLEY MARL –...

KRS-ONE and MARLEY MARL –...

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HHAW 2011 Promo

HHAW 2011 Promo

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HHAW 2010

HHAW 2010

Quik from the Funklordz teaching the principles of breakin.

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Part 2: Chuck D Education and...

Part 2: Chuck D Education and...

Chuck D is politically active; he co-hosted Unfiltered on Air America Radio, testified before Congress in support of peer-to-peer MP3 sharing, and was involved in a 2004 rap political convention. He continues to be an activist, publisher, lecturer, and producer. Addressing the negative views associated with rap music, he co-wrote the essay book Fight the Power: Rap, Race, and Reality, along with Yusuf Jah (ISBN 0-385-31868-5). He argues that "music and art and culture is escapism, and escapism sometimes is healthy for people to get away from reality", but sometimes the distinction is blurred and that's when "things could lead a young mind in a direction."[15] ...

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Part 1: Chuck D Education and...

Part 1: Chuck D Education and...

Chuck D is politically active; he co-hosted Unfiltered on Air America Radio, testified before Congress in support of peer-to-peer MP3 sharing, and was involved in a 2004 rap political convention. He continues to be an activist, publisher, lecturer, and producer. Addressing the negative views associated with rap music, he co-wrote the essay book Fight the Power: Rap, Race, and Reality, along with Yusuf Jah (ISBN 0-385-31868-5). He argues that "music and art and culture is escapism, and escapism sometimes is healthy for people to get away from reality", but sometimes the distinction is blurred and that's when "things could lead a young mind in a direction."[15] ...

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Krs-One Lecture Sonoma State...

Krs-One Lecture Sonoma State...

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Krs-One – Fundamentals...

Krs-One – Fundamentals...

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Gang Starr – Manifest...

Gang Starr – Manifest...

Gang Starr were originally founded as a hip-hop group in 1987, but after a few unsuccessful single releases, most of the band left. The remaining MC, Guru, then hooked up with DJ Premier, and Gang Starr became the duo that went on to be so influential in the New York hip-hop scene. Their second album, Step In The Arena (1991), wasn't a commercial success but it was critically acclaimed and is thought of as one of the best hip-hop albums from that period. Daily Operation (1992) did slightly better in the charts, and critics debated whether it might be better than Step In The Arena. Hard To Earn ...

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