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70's Hip Hop Artists — Hip Hop Scriptures
    Listing of 70's Hip Hop Artists. Listing of 70's Hip Hop Artists. BLOG The Journey DECADES. 70's Hip Hop 80's Hip Hop 90's Hip Hop 2000's Hip Hop 2010's Hip Hop FEATURED. Kool Herc Biography Tupac Shakur Biography Notorious B.I.G. Biography Wu-Tang Clan Biography ...

1970's hip-hop Hip-Hop Database Wiki Fandom
    1 Founders 2 Rappers 3 Rap Groups 4 DJs 5 Record labels 6 Singles 7 =B-boy crews= 7.1 B-Boys 7.2 Graffiti artists 7.3 Videos 7.4 Links 7.5 See Also Coke La Rock (rapper) DJ Kool Herc (dj) Melle Mel (rapper) Coke La Rock (rapper) Grandmaster Caz (rapper) Kool Moe Dee (rapper) Special K (rapper) LA Sunshine (rapper) Lovebug Starski (rapper) Busy Bee Starski (rapper) Kurtis Blow (rapper) MC Jazzy ...

10 1970's Historic Hip Hop Artists ideas hip hop artists ...
    Jul 4, 2019 - This board is for the people who are researching Hip Hop. It contains artists,pioneers,news,beefs,tragedies and so forth. It also contains flyers and news and all kinds of info. For students and teachers. See more ideas about hip hop artists, hip hop, melle mel.10 pins

1970 - Hip-Hop History
    Hip hop music became popular in Philadelphia in the late 1970s. The first released record was titled "Rhythm Talk", by Jocko Henderson. The New York Times had dubbed Philadelphia the "Graffiti Capital of the World" in 1971.

Old-School Rap Music Artists AllMusic
    Rap » Hip-Hop/Urban » Old-School Rap Old-School Rap is the style of the very first rap artists who emerged from New York City in the late '70s and early '80s. Old school is easily identified by its relatively simple raps -- most lines take up approximately equal amounts of time, and the rhythms of the language rarely twisted around the beats ...

70's Hip Hop — Hip Hop Scriptures
    The history of hip hop culture and music - Learn about how hip hip has been commercialized, impacted pop culture, education & the universe. Take the journey through the 1970's with Kool Herc, Afrika Bambataa, Grandmaster Flash, The Sugarhill Gang, The Ghetto Brothers DJ Kool Herc - click photo for bio! Afrika Bambaataa - click photo for bio!

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