Through the Years of Hip-Hop: Vol. 1: Graffiti

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Through the Years of Hip-Hop: Vol. 1: Graffiti

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Through the Years of Hip-Hop: Vol. 1: Graffiti, directed by Steve Kahn and Peter Lauer, is a fascinating historical film documenting the rise of hip-hop. This four-part documentary series features influential hip- hop artists who shaped this musical movement and contributed to its success. This compelling documentary gives voice to the architects of the hip-hop movement as they share their experiences and stories about creating this influential and popular musical genre. Throughout the series, some of the greatest videos of the hip-hop movement are presented. The series showcases a variety of inspiring artists including: Run DMC, Queen Latifah, Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock, De La Soul, Special Ed, Crash Crew, Dana Dane, and many more. This comprehensive documentary explores not only the history of the hip-hop movement but delves into the minds of the artists who created it and presents hip-hop as both a musical and cultural movement. It is a must see!
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