Since the early days of human existence, Hip Hop became one of the first human cultures to appear on earth. Hip Hop consists of: Emceein, Breakin, Graffiti Art, Deejayin. These are the four crucial elements that make up the new civilization called Hip Hop. The early breakdown of Breakin’ is dancing, movement of the body with rhythm, how you move according to nature and the essence of what is surrounding you. It was one of the first forms of communication for the early human such as Neanderthals or Australopithecus africanus.
Then Deejayin that consists of cuttin, mixin, and sctrachin, and is what the human does to the technology. The early stonemasons began the cutting motion that is what the modern man is doing today. Mixin is the blending of objects that are not supposed to merge together. The cuttin motion is applied to the motion of Deejayin, and when the early human scratched and cut the two objects that together ultimately created a fire. The modern man scratches the record to create a noise.
Emceein, Deejayin, Breakin, the reason why these words
Hip Hop began to form as we all know it in the South Bronx during 1973. DJ Kool Herc (Clive Campbell) was the originator, as he became the first individual to become an Emcee, Graffiti artist, Breaker and Deejay all at the same time. He began to single out the instrumental section of the record and from there stood the drum beat where B-Boyin formed as they danced to the breaks.
KRS-One Gives Detailed Breakdown of Hip Hop's Prehistoric Roots. Dir. Johnathan Gasana. Perf. KRS-One. YouTube. DJvlad, 22 Jan. 2015. Web. 28 Apr. 2015.
40 Years of Hip Hop by KRS-One. Dir. Karim Khamis. Perf. KRS-One. YouTube. N.p., 6 Sept. 2013. Web. 28 Apr. 2015.