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'We Speak Hip-Hop'

When 'Rappers Delight' hit the airwaves back in the 1970s, it helped launch the underground sound of hip-hop into the mainstream. The defiant sounds were born out of tough times by 18-years-old African-American DJ named Kool Herc. Born in the Bronx, it provided a much-needed anecdote to the bland commercial pop-and-disco sounds that dominated top forty radio. Vina Hiridjee, Director and Producer of We Speak Hip Hop 00:42 #HipHop #WeSpeakHipHop #Music

Joanina Library | 'We Speak Hip-Hop' | Anish Kapoor at Lisson Gallery

Joanina Library | 'We Speak Hip-Hop' | Anish Kapoor at Lisson Gallery

Joanina Library | 'We Speak Hip-Hop' | Anish Kapoor at Lisson Gallery

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