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Through the Years of Hip Hop. Volume 1, Graffiti [electronic resource (video)] / MVD Entertainment Group
DIGITAL VIDEO | Films Media Group | [2013], c2007.

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1 streaming video file (67 min.) : sd., col.
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Encoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on July 05, 2013.
Films on Demand is distributed by Films Media Group for Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Cambridge Educational, Meridian Education, and Shopware.
Contents
We Are Known as Emcees (4:00) -- "Rock Box" (5:05) -- "Nightmares" (5:41) -- "It Takes Two" (5:07) -- "I Got It Made" (3:26) -- "Buddy" (4:47) -- "Ladies First" (3:56) -- Overview of Hip Hop History (3:31) -- Hip Hop Today (1:36) -- 1970s Pop Culture & Black Artists (3:44) -- Hip Hop Influences (2:52) -- Origins of Graffiti (1:56) -- Graffiti Proliferation (2:00) -- Graffiti as Urban Protest (1:18) -- Graffiti Evolution & Elevation (1:19) -- Graffiti Masters (5:16) -- Zenith of Subway Graffiti Culture (1:36) -- Art Gallery Graffiti (1:59) -- Misunderstood Graffiti (3:32) -- NYC Crackdown on Graffiti (2:40) -- Concluding Thoughts on Graffiti (0:35) -- Preview of Next Chapter (0:24) -- Credits: Through the Years of Hip Hop: Volume 1 - Graffiti (0:24)
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Summary
Graffiti takes an intelligent look at the origins of "writing" in New York City, and its evolution from ghetto youth crime to splashy art-world staple. Legends Seen and Vulcan discuss graffiti artists Lee Quinones, Dondi, and Phase 2. Charlie Ahearn and Kevin Powell place the phenomenon within a sociological context. Seven classic hip-hop videos from the past to the present offer extensions of ideas built into graffiti art, and include Run DMC's "Rock Box" and Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock's "It Takes Two." Learn how these young, gifted pioneers constructed an industry that so many people now enjoy. Each volume in this series features an inspiring journey of musical genre creation. Additional full-length videos from Queen Latifah, De La Soul, Special Ed, Dana Dane, and Crash Crew complete this comprehensive document of an exciting urban art form.
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