In the late 1970s, an art-form, that created a subculture and music genre, began evolving at the streets of South Bronx. Years later, that art-form has resulted to a global commercial empire that is worth millions.
During its early years, hip hop served as a voice and platform of expression for many young african-american individuals who struggled with social injustices. Since the days of Run DMC and Flavor Flav, hip hop has radically grown strength by strength. Previously it was an industry filled with poets and individuals who wanted to exercise their political beliefs and now it consists of rappers, singers, lyricists, producers and singers.Read More