DJing, MCing, Breaking, Graffiti Art, and Beatbox are the creative outlets of Hip-Hop culture. Like punk and the blues, these arts allowed people to make a statement, whether political or emotional. This practices spread globally around the 1980s as fans could "make it their own" and express themselves in new and creative ways. Hip Hop got one of its big boosts during the Harlem Renaissance with the increased promotion of African American culture.
Monday, June 01, 2015
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