Pigmeat Markham Here comes the judge 1968 DJ Hollywood and Starski Live at the

Pigmeat markham here comes the judge 1968 dj

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Pigmeat Markham, “Here comes the judge,” 1968. DJ Hollywood and Starski, Live at the Armory, 1979. Early DJs and Crews: DJ Kool Here Born: Clive Campbell, April 16, 1955 Origin: The Bronx, New York City Born in Jamaica, “Father of Hip Hop,” Credited with originating Hip Hop, never recoded albums Kurtis Blow: Born: Kurtis Walker, August 9, 1959 Origin: Harlem, OKC First commercially successful hip-hop artist, first to sign with a major record label Hit Single “The Breaks” was the first rap song to be certified Gold (1980) Was picked up by a major label as a result of DJ Hollywood who proved that Rap/Hip Hop was a viable industry Sugarhill Gang “Rapper’s Delight” is considered the first song to popularize hip hop in the United States and the world. Rap is a revolt of disco, yet “Rapper’s Delight” (1979) uses a disco sample . “Sample” comes disco hit “Good Times” by Chic. S ample is played by the live band Positive Force. Sampling equipment was not readily available at that time, hence live musicians. Sampling equipment did mature shortly thereafter and live musicians were quickly made obsolete. Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five Born: Joseph Sadler, January 1, 1958 Origin: South Bronx, New York City Pioneered mixing techniques such as cutting and mixing. Was one of the first DJs to rap about life in the hood. “The Message” marked the birth of “serious” Hip Hop. They also helped hip hop grow out of being just a novelty. They also the first rap group inducted in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2007.
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Melle Mel Kid Creole Cowboy Scorpio Rahiem Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, “The Message,” The Message . 1982. Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, “It’s Nasty” The Message. 1982 Run-D.M.C Members: Joseph “Run” Simmons, Daryl “D.M.C. McDaniels, Jason “Jam - Master Jay” Mizell Origin: Hollins, Queens, NYC Simmons is the brother of Hip Hop mogul Russell Si mmons and was Kurtis Blow’s D First single “Sucker MC’s (K r ush Groove 1),” released in 1983. Their self -titled debut album released in 1984. The third album featured ‘Walk This Way” the first Rock and Hip Hop crossover, with the Rock Band Aerosmith. In 2007, they were named the Greatest Hip Hop Group of all Time by MTV.com Named the Greatest Hip Hop Artist of all Time by VH1 Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on April 4, 2009, the second rap group after Grandmaster Flash. Run- D.M.C, “Sucker M.C.’s (Krush Groove) D.M.C, 1984. Run- D.M.C, “Walk This Way,” Raising Hell, 1986. The creation of “walk this way”. On ne xt week’s quiz, you will be asked to identify the artist and title of the following Mp3’s Run- D.M.C. “Sucker MC’s (Krush Groove 1).” Run-D.M.C. 1984 Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, “The Message,” The Message. 1982 Kurtis Blow, “The Breaks,” Kurtis Blow. 1980 The Sugarhill Gang, “Rapper’s Delight,” 1979. JAM OUT TO THESE TRACKS.
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