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What did KRS one say about hip hop?

What did KRS one say about hip hop?

Hop is a form of movement, you can’t just observe a hop, you gotta hop up and do it. Hip and hop is more than music Hip is the Knowledge, hop is the Movement. Hip and Hop is Intelligent movement.”

What is KRS One doing now?

Presently, KRS-One has not only released two singles “Don’t Fall For It” and “Black, Black, Black” from his amazing 2021 album project “Between Da Protests”, he has also released a short documentary movie entitled “Street Light” which is also the title of his equally amazing 2020 album project.

How did KRS One get his name?

At age 16, he left home to become an MC, and began living at a homeless shelter in the South Bronx where he was dubbed “Krishna” by the residents due to his curiosity in the Hare Krishna spirituality of some of the anti-poverty workers.

What did KRS-One say?

KRS-One famously said the words “I am Hip-hop”. Ever since then, it was clear that KRS-One felt as if he had the right to decide who is and isn’t hip-hop.

What does hop mean hip-hop?

Originating in the South Bronx in the late 1970s, hip-hop went global by the end of the ’80s. So how did it get its name? According to one explanation, the term pairs the hip that means “trendy” or “fashionable” with the leaping movement hop.

How old is DJ Scratch?

53 years (June 21, 1968)
DJ Scratch/Age

Is KRS-One married?

Ms. Melodiem. 1987–1992
Simone Parker

Is KRS-One a good rapper?

KRS is a really great rapper. One of my favorites being Criminal Minded, ROTBB and his self-titled album. I personally would rank him top 10-15. While he’s great, he’s no Rakim or G Rap.

What does KRS stand for?


Acronym Definition
KRS-ONE Knowledge Reigns Supreme Over Nearly Everyone

What is the 4 elements of hip-hop?

Although widely considered a synonym for rap music, the term hip-hop refers to a complex culture comprising four elements: deejaying, or “turntabling”; rapping, also known as “MCing” or “rhyming”; graffiti painting, also known as “graf” or “writing”; and “B-boying,” which encompasses hip-hop dance, style, and attitude.