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History of Hip Hop Timeline

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Noah Damiani

on 28 February 2011

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Transcript of History of Hip Hop Timeline

History of Hip Hop The Last Poets release their first album.
One of the first to mix beats and poetry
together, The Last Poets inspired many
future Hip Hop artists . 1970 Former gang member Afrika Bambaataa
creates the Zulu Nation. He soon creates
the 4 elements of Hip Hop: DJing, Breaking,
Graf Artists and MCing 1974 1983 Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five's
'The Message.' The single was a landmark
in Hip Hop history because of its transition
from Party style to a focus on poverty and the
ghetto. LL Cool J releases his debut album, "Radio"
under the Def Jam record label. It is a deciding
factor in the success of Def Jam Records. 1985 Run-D.M.C. is nominated for a Grammy.
This is the first time a rap group nominated
for a grammy. 1986 Boogie Down Productions releases their debut album,
"Criminal Minded." KRS-One, the head MC of the group,
uses harsh words and beats that starts the movement
towards "Gangsta Rap." 1987 N.W.A. releases their most successful album,
"Straight Outta Compton." It used hardcore
beats and explicit lyrics and became a national hit.
It opened the door for west coast hip hop artists 1988 These artists opened the door for future hip
hop artists such as Dr. Dre, Big L, Tupac,
The Fugees, Gang Starr, and more. Conclusion
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