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1,767 Likes, 71 Comments - Crazy Legs * Rock Steady Crew (@crazylegsbx) on Instagram: “#1981 #rocksteadycrew up in #TheBronx ! #throwback #crew #newyorkcity #nyc #backingthedays #hiphop…”

A Juvenile Rock Steady Crew in before the Media hype. Photo by Henry Chalfant.

Henry Chalfant - photography/film

B-Boy's and Bobb Mohommod Hip-Hop Show are best friends forever.

Photos: NYC Street fashion in the 1980s - The Strut

Jamel Shabazz Photography Brooklyn New York *posted by Hip Hop Fusion Hip-hop baby!

photo by Jamel ....anybody know where I can get my son a retro box like this?

Here is some incredible work from Jamel Shabazz. A photographer who documented the afro-american hip hop culture in the

http://www.vice.com/fr/read/40-years-of-uk-club-culture-288

Culture Club

Soul Boys, Ravers and Pillheads: Sweaty Photos of Classic British Club Culture

old-school-shit: So simple and beautiful

October 30 Jam Master Jay from Run-DMC was murdered by an assassin’s single bullet at his recording studio in Queens, New York.

Loose Bruce at Negrils notice a young Crazy Legs from The Rocksteady Crew in the background 1980 | ph: Joe Conzo

Loose Bruce at Negrils notice a young Crazy Legs from The Rocksteady Crew in the background 1980

Breakdancing in Harlem, ca. 1980s | Breakdance, the oldest known hip-hop style of dance, is believed to have originated in the Bronx, New York in the 1970's. Sonic inspirations date back to the energetic performances of funk maestro, James Brown. In the early days of djing, emceeing, and b-boying, a break - instrumental part of a song that is looped repeatedly by the DJ - were incorporated into songs to allow a showcase of improvised breakdance steps.

Young ones got their sounds from the radio and recorded them on tape in Toronto. They were listening then to CKLNs Fantastic Voyage Radio show. Though this photo was in Harlem, Kids were doing the same thing in Toronto.

Break dancing

The Journey of Hip Hop fashion has been one of meteoritic proportions where hip-hop artists are now the biggest commercial influencers on the planet. From the fly three stripes and Kangol combo to the heavy chainz and dashikis, take inspiration from the p

Fresh fro 88 #dapperDAN suits were a staple item. You were making a statement if you had one. Everyone knew who made it for you.

1987 in a nightclub, a Washington crew in custom made Gucci & Fendi suits.

When hip hop was on! Andre Harrell, Russell Simmons, Ll Cool J, Jam Master Jay of Run DMC, Whodini, etc...

When hip hop was on! Andre Harrell, Russell Simmons, Ll Cool J, Jam Master Jay…

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