The Beginning of a New Era

Grandmaster Flash January 1, 1958, Joseph Sadler came into the beginning of the year to then create years of influence. He was one of the members of the “Holy Trinity” that incorporated his technical skills into his craft. His invention of the turntable, incorporation of the crossfader, and use of DJ Kool Herc’s break-beat technique […]

1970s Hip Hop: From Our Neighborhoods to the Globe

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