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Hip-hop has succeeded in becoming the most prominent musical genre at a time when normally concrete labels are beginning to meld together. The art form emerged from African American street culture in New York City, particularly the Bronx and Queens, in the late 1970s. It consists of a number of skills that include rapping, DJing, break-dancing, and tagging - also known as graffiti. Through… (more)
By Chuck Gray, John Gaines, and Craig Graziano Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Isn’t that how an article about derivative works is supposed to begin? We only ask because there are probably other articles out there on this topic that begin the same way. Whether or not we admit it to ourselves, 100% true originality in the case of media such as books, film, music, and games is… (more)
From Library Staff
CRRL_CraigG Jul 09, 2015
An examination of how talented DJ James "J Dilla" Yancey made one of the most beautiful sampling mixtapes from his own deathbed.