Tuesday, 14 August 2012

Davey-D interviews Afrika Bambaaataa on The Early Years of Hip Hop-From Black Spades to Zulu Nation

Afrika Bambaataa in London with UK & US Zulus 2006

Legendary Hip-Hop Journalist Davey-D interviews Afrika Bambaaataa on The Early Years of Hip Hop-From Black Spades to Zulu Nation
In this interview Hip Hop Pioneer Afrika Bambaataa gives an indepth look at what Hip Hop was like during the early days in the 1970s.. He talks about the importance of Funk Music.. He talks about the early gangs and the culture of violence. The forming of Zulu nation and the racial tensions that existed in NY as Hip Hop was forming.. Bambaataa also breaks down many of the myths surrounding early Hip Hop


Davey D interviews the legendary dj, icon, hip-hop pioneer, Afrika Bambaataa. They talk about his legacy, music pioneers, and the beginnings of rockin' a crowd.
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