Harvard Hiphop Archive
Issue 55 celebrates exploration.
French duo Daft Punk are redefining modern dance music by bringing the musicians back.
Hip-hop legends De La Soul keep the team together even after twenty years in the game.
Hiplife is a popular music genre in Ghana that mixes hip-hop beatmaking and rap with highlife music, proverbial speech, and Akan storytelling. In the 1990s, young Ghanaian musicians were drawn to hip-hop's dual ethos of black masculine empowerment and capitalist success.
Rap City discussion and in studio performances of Wu-Tang Clan, Music Video "Protect Ya Neck," BET 106& Park, guests Wu-Tang, Rap City, MTV Cribs, BET Bloc Party
Miss MC- Women in Rap
Stand-up comdey performance on slavery.
Performed by MC Lyte and Medusa.
A year following the release of "Whoot, There It Is" released by Dis-n-Dat from their debut album, Bumpin'.
Students dressed like founding fathers present information on the writing of the Constitution. Other students told the class the biography of the character they were acting out.
Episode of Fashion Television hosted by Jeanne Beker with segments on different designer and music videos; BET Top 10 Rap Down-- music video countdown including Common Sense, Onyx, Ice Cube and Digable Planets.