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Christopher Emdin Jul 16
in 1999, I heard Mathematics by & the science/math references merged with hip-hop made me decide to be a math & science (ucator)
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Christopher Emdin Jul 16
Replying to @AlyssaBigbee
Would definitely use Missy Songs in class. Particularly her videos. She birthed hip-hop surrealism
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DjPaulHoward Jul 16
I remember the lyricism of Things Fall Apart, Black on Both Sides, Rawkus SoundBombing II (Crosstown Beef STILL BUMPS!), Polyrhythm Addicts, lootpack, Internal Affairs! These really exemplified these essence and spirit of Hip Hop for me. Beats and rhymes!!!
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Ed Gooding, Sr. Jul 17
⁩ Youth Culture Power: A Guide to Building Teacher-Student Relationships and Increasing Student Engagement Jason D. Rawls & John Robinson WOW!
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Timothy Jones Jul 16
Common - The 6th Sense ft. Bilal via I remember going nuts over this video when it first came out
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Y.B.E. Jul 16
Listening to "Black on Birth Sides" during tonight's chat
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HipHop & Higher EDU Jul 16
1999 was when Hip-Hop started it's mainstream take over. One song exemplified the whole era and even became a word in the dictionary. Bling Bling
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Y.B.E. Jul 16
Mos Def x Rock n Roll is LOADED. I got some work to do.
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Timothy Jones Jul 16
I am enjoying the fact that Hip-Hop has been around long enough that I can go back and listen to music and have the same experience as coming across a great book I haven't seen in a minute
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DjPaulHoward Jul 16
Plus 1999 opened the door for Dead Prez to come in 2000!!!
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Timothy Jones Jul 16
JAY-Z - Big Pimpin' ft. UGK via this was IMPORTANT collaboration for the culture
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FREAS Jul 16
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HipHop & Higher EDU Jul 16
We have to acknowledge how much the more the culture was accepted once came out with "My name is"
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KT Jul 16
I can't forget about Master P. No Limit probably released about 10-12 albums in 99, the most important one being the album by a west coast artist who switched record labels to put on that tank medallion! That album was a BANGER! No Limit Top Dogg!
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sam seidel Jul 16
just got to this event. gonna keep the chat going in human form!
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Timothy Jones Jul 16
So what were you rocking to that came out 20 years ago in 1999
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Christopher Emdin Jul 16
20 years ago, It was 1999. dropped Breaker Breaker. I was in awe of the science references. Today we work together to bring hip-hop to science classrooms
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HipHop & Higher EDU Jul 16
Let's not forget all the flack and got in 1999 for the "Hate Me Now" video
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Rosalie Reyes Jul 11
“Hip-hop is a cultural movement established by the Black and Latinx youth of New York’s South Bronx...” 🙅🏽‍♀️ Close to the Edge: The Birth of Hip Hop Architecture
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shea martin 12h
I just submitted the first draft of the course I’ll be teaching as an arts elective at our school next spring. I am so excited to make a reality at our school.
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