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CTCS 464 September 13, 2007 - evolution of hip hop musically - Clive Campbell -> DJ Kool Herc = father of hip hop - DJs + MCs - 4 elements of hip hop-> MC, DJ, Breaking, Graffiti - Kool Herc sister wanted some new clothes, so asked him to throw a party so she could get new clothes - Cedar park south Bronx - Used street lights to power the sound system - Cardboard for breaking - Abandoned buildings, train cars for graffiti - MC -> microphone controller in hip hop - Punk rock happening at same time - 1979 Woman Sylvia Robinson recognizes hip scene developing around street parties - Started record label, looking for rappers - Big Bank Hank, Master Gee, Wonder Mic with borrowed rhymes. Record “Rappers Delight” <- Sugar Hill Gang starts sugar hill records - Amongst New York Hip Hop Heads, sugar hill gang was labeled as ‘studio rappers’ and were hated upon - Allowed people outside of NY to hear hip hop… huge response - Hip Hop music grew out of Block Parties - MC ability to move the crowd - attempt to put all that energy into a record -
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