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The book came up before the estimate time and I'm glad with it. Thank you and congratulations to the seller.
I'm from Brazil
If you don't own this book, and are curious AT ALL about hip hop, buy this book.
It pairs very well with Foundataion by Joseph Schloss, only it's much more visual.
Well can I say that "the book is a must have for any true Hip Hop head who wants to know their roots", even if I am the co-author? Read morePublished on December 27, 2013 by Charlie Ahearn
I got into hip hop in 1987 living in New York when Chuck Chillout, Red Alert and Mr Magic owned the city's airwaves. Read morePublished on January 21, 2011 by GUCCI JEFFERSON
this bbok is great cause it has personal accounts from people that were around when hip hop was born. great pictures as well.Published on October 29, 2010 by bboy phaze1
As many other people, I consider myself a fan of true hip-hop but as they say, you must know where it came from before you can see where it is headed. Read morePublished on January 2, 2008 by N. Miles
I am the original King LaBrue out of the camp of Kool Herc and the Herculoids. Before there was Sugar Hill and 50 Cent, there was King LaBrue--to this day still represents true... Read morePublished on May 4, 2006 by King LaBrue
Anyone into Hip Hop must own this book. It's a seminal work. Like Toop's The Rap Attack or Nelson George's Hip Hop America...it must be owned. Read morePublished on November 29, 2003 by British Commentator
eye opener for all those who think oldskool hiphop only stops at Run-dmc, or the Furious 5, recognize the forefathers who layed down the foundation of the Hip-Hop culture and what... Read morePublished on April 28, 2003 by 1st generation Filipino