November of 1979, "Rapper's Delight" is released in the U.S by the Sugarhill Gang, a milestone with its refrain, "I said a hip hop, a hippie, a hippie to the hip hop" that will mark the beginning of a new era for the world of discography. In the 70's the foundations were laid by legendary artists such as Africa Bambaataa, DJ Kool Herc, Grandmaster Flash and The Furious Five and before them, James Brown and Isaac Hayes. A movement that brings with it the birth of graffiti, new dance styles such as break dancing and a new way of mixing music through scratching.
The symbol of this new revolution was the legendary boombox that represented at that time the power of sound and the ability to spread the new message to the streets. YO!
Dress code: old school hip hop style (NO baggy pants, bandanas or lakers shirts) follow our fan page wall for inspirations.
Music: Pop 80's, Black, RnB, Old School
Please note that there are no lists, access is easier for those who are in style with the theme of the night or for those who still look 80's
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