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Birth of Hip Hop Campus Event - Shared screen with speaker view
Angeli Francois (she/her)
25:53
Welcome! Thank you for celebrating the birth of hip hop with us
Renard Thomas
26:45
Go DJ, Go DJ
Renard Thomas
26:59
Mix master oh yeah
Renard Thomas
27:55
Don't stop the music, keep playing that song
Renard Thomas
28:14
This is the best Zoom meeting ever
Annie Aboulian
28:17
Best Zoom welcome
Annie Aboulian
28:24
HAHA jinx
Jessica Small
28:29
Agreed!!!
Jon Amador
28:39
Got that rare groove in tow! nice
Jon Amador
29:13
That’s a deep cut!
Momma Sharon
29:20
I heard it through the grapevine
Angeli Francois (she/her)
29:27
shaft theme song
William Macpherson
29:34
Olantunji Drums of Fire
Nicholas Schutz
29:34
That's not from Take Me to the Mardi Gras, is it?
Flavio Medina-Martin (He/Him/His/El)
29:47
Something James Brown :)
Jessica Small
30:06
Beyonce!!!
Jon Amador
31:01
The R
Momma Sharon
31:18
Pump up the volume!!!!!
Momma Sharon
31:39
James brown sample…I know you got soul
Jon Amador
31:40
I know you got Soul…Eric B. And Rakim!
Momma Sharon
31:57
ahhh…James brown be4 Eric B and Rakim
Jon Amador
32:02
…the second vinyl single I ever bought1
Preeta Saxena (she/her/hers)
32:53
DJ A-One!
Jon Amador
33:02
Whassup A-1!
Samantha McCray
33:04
Did you know? Rappers Delight was the first hip hop song (1979)
Renard Thomas
33:22
Gagstas don't dance we boogie! go ahead Mr. DJ
Flavio Medina-Martin (He/Him/His/El)
33:56
Great Job A1... AKA Anthony :)
james
34:54
A-1!!
Ciara Asberry
35:44
Please feel free to write in the chat and use your reactions let us know your thoughts
Ciara Asberry
36:08
Also any questions you may have please put them in the chat
james
38:01
a real og!
Ciara Asberry
38:10
WOOOOOO , representing for all the women
William Macpherson
40:53
The Music department has written a course titled History of Hip Hop Music and Culture. MUS 109. We plan to launch it Spring 2022
Samantha McCray
41:39
Pop Quiz! Where did the birth of hip hop take place?
Nicholas Schutz
41:48
1520 Sedgwick ave.
Flavio Medina-Martin (He/Him/His/El)
42:09
Brooklyn Heights
james
42:11
some say queens/Brooklyn some say it's Bronx
Jessica Small
42:29
That’s so cool @Bill
Jessica Small
44:30
Neither can i
Amanda Gutierrez
45:16
No
Farhad Seilsepour
45:24
no
ANTHONY MORRIS
45:27
https://blackhistoryintwominutes.com/the-birth-of-hip-hop/
Samantha McCray
46:11
Pop quiz! Who is the founder of hip hop and credited on throwing the first hip hop party?
Nicholas Schutz
46:19
Kool Herc
Nicholas Schutz
46:34
actually his sister threw the party
Ciara Asberry
50:31
Fun Fact: Hip-Hop was originated from the disco era
Angeli Francois (she/her)
51:41
@Nicholas that is a great fact to share thank you!
Annie Aboulian
51:45
Love that metaphor.
james
54:31
break beats
Angeli Francois (she/her)
55:29
@ James yes break beats!
Ciara Asberry
56:33
Did you know: To get into a DJ Kool Herc party it was 25 cents for ladies and 50 cents for men.
james
57:41
these are the breaks!!
james
01:00:00
who's your fav dj?
Jon Amador
01:00:55
The Big Payback!
Momma Sharon
01:01:03
Yes!!!
Flavio Medina-Martin (He/Him/His/El)
01:01:12
Mr. James Brown!!!
Jon Amador
01:01:33
The hardest working man in show bizzness
Samantha McCray
01:01:52
Fun Fact: The original five elements of hip-hop are:• Emceeing• Deejaying,• Breakin’ (B-Boying, Break Dancing)• Graffiti Art• Beatboxing.
Flavio Medina-Martin (He/Him/His/El)
01:01:53
Total!!!
james
01:04:05
nice
Renard Thomas
01:05:57
What about Beatboxing?
james
01:08:25
cool'
Ciara Asberry
01:09:34
It should of never got cancelled
Jon Amador
01:09:39
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt4130418/episodes?season=1&ref_=tt_eps_sn_1
Nicholas Schutz
01:09:58
Hip Hop Evolution is great.
Nicholas Schutz
01:11:14
There's also a graphic novel series called Hip Hop Family Tree I can't recommend highly enough.
Angeli Francois (she/her)
01:11:34
Book Club!! Yes Nicholas thank you
james
01:11:49
chuck d narrates a doc about hip hop starting in queens. has anyone heard of that?
Jeffrey Forrest
01:11:54
I am from St. Louis. I remember Nelly coming into the Barber shop to sell his cassettes before Country Grammar
Ciara Asberry
01:12:09
Thats so cool Jeffrey
Jeffrey Forrest
01:12:30
getting hot in here
Angeli Francois (she/her)
01:13:15
Yes Jeff!!
Jeffrey Forrest
01:13:21
Can we guess the names and artists?
Angeli Francois (she/her)
01:13:37
yes please guess
Nicholas Schutz
01:13:52
that horn riff
Ciara Asberry
01:13:55
I love the horns
Farhad Seilsepour
01:14:06
🕺🕺 omg this is so good
Flavio Medina-Martin (He/Him/His/El)
01:14:08
SWV
Nicholas Schutz
01:14:22
yeah, I originally knew this from the SWV remix
Angeli Francois (she/her)
01:14:32
I just now hear swv
Ciara Asberry
01:15:18
Fun Fact: I love Funk music
Jeffrey Forrest
01:15:42
Clinton and the Funkedelics? Bootsy?
Brandon Ashford
01:15:50
Me too!! momma sharon raised me on this music.
Angeli Francois (she/her)
01:15:55
I hear Bootsy
Ciara Asberry
01:16:06
Yessssss Clinton is so amazing, and I dream of Bootsy’s glasses
Jon Amador
01:16:09
Shabba!
james
01:16:16
shabba ranks
Momma Sharon
01:16:49
And janet jackson
Jon Amador
01:17:01
Mtume =
Flavio Medina-Martin (He/Him/His/El)
01:17:06
Juicy
Jon Amador
01:17:08
Juicy Fruitt
james
01:17:08
biggie
Momma Sharon
01:17:36
mtume
Nicholas Schutz
01:17:36
super Nintendo, sega genesis...
Renard Thomas
01:17:55
Go Biggi
Momma Sharon
01:18:13
Notorious B.I.G
Renard Thomas
01:18:14
The Notorious BIG
Ciara Asberry
01:18:26
Go nick
Flavio Medina-Martin (He/Him/His/El)
01:18:27
Word Up! Magazine
Momma Sharon
01:18:28
He sampled mtume
Ciara Asberry
01:18:39
One more chance
Jon Amador
01:18:39
One more chance...
Momma Sharon
01:18:53
debarge
Renard Thomas
01:18:55
Debarge
Annie Aboulian
01:19:17
We need a karaoke mic
Jeffrey Forrest
01:19:22
El Debarge doing lead...
Jon Amador
01:19:39
How ‘bout some Afrika Bambaataa Planet Rock!!!
Nicholas Schutz
01:20:24
first things first...
Jon Amador
01:20:32
That and Grandmaster Flash and the Furious 5 - The Message
Jeffrey Forrest
01:20:38
how about "digable planets?"
Jon Amador
01:20:43
The first hip hop tracks to use drum machines!
Momma Sharon
01:20:45
I want to hear The Message!!!
Nicholas Schutz
01:21:04
Zapp
james
01:21:09
zapp
Ciara Asberry
01:21:13
ZAPP AND ROGER
Jon Amador
01:21:18
Mo Bounce to the ounce!!
Momma Sharon
01:21:23
yeappp
Angeli Francois (she/her)
01:21:27
You all know your hip hop!
Jon Amador
01:21:31
…bounce rock skate roll!
Jeffrey Forrest
01:21:31
this song totally took over the club!!
Renard Thomas
01:21:34
Jon is a real OG
james
01:21:35
that's west coast gangsta
Ciara Asberry
01:22:03
POP QUIZ: What tool is zapp most know for using.
Jon Amador
01:22:03
@Renard - thanks bruhv!
Nicholas Schutz
01:22:11
vocoder
Jon Amador
01:22:14
The Vocoder!!
james
01:22:15
the vox box
Jon Amador
01:22:21
James got it!
Renard Thomas
01:22:22
Right on bruh
james
01:23:04
kraftwork is the og
Momma Sharon
01:23:20
Planet rock
Jeffrey Forrest
01:23:34
Club 54...
Jon Amador
01:23:43
Along with Grandmaster Flash, Bambaataa and the Zulu Nation were among the founding “crews” of hip hop in the Bronx
james
01:23:47
haha! nah
Momma Sharon
01:24:54
You’re all I need to get by—Marvin Gaye and Tammi terrel
james
01:25:09
meth
Ciara Asberry
01:25:10
Method man and Mary
Jon Amador
01:25:47
His voice and swagger is iconic
Jon Amador
01:26:01
The Wu…
Jon Amador
01:26:17
Original sample: Audio Two “Top Billin’
Renard Thomas
01:27:00
That was "Dope"
Jon Amador
01:27:07
Indeed!
Jon Amador
01:27:20
MC Lyte!
Renard Thomas
01:27:27
"Most Def"
james
01:27:27
monie love!
Jon Amador
01:27:32
Queen Latifah!
Flavio Medina-Martin (He/Him/His/El)
01:27:40
Have a Nice Day - Roxanne Shante
james
01:27:58
Roxanne Roxanne!!
Jon Amador
01:28:00
“The real Roxanne”
Jon Amador
01:28:15
(I wanna be yo’ man!) hahaha
Jon Amador
01:29:02
Roxanne Chanté was fierce!
Flavio Medina-Martin (He/Him/His/El)
01:29:09
The Showstoppa - SNP
Jon Amador
01:29:09
*Shante
Flavio Medina-Martin (He/Him/His/El)
01:29:28
A Salt With A Deadly Pepa
Nicholas Schutz
01:29:31
don't forget Sha-Rock from the Funky Four +1
Flavio Medina-Martin (He/Him/His/El)
01:29:48
Black Magic
Jon Amador
01:29:53
Queen Latifah - “Ladies First”
Jon Amador
01:31:02
They were huge into the 90s
james
01:31:39
lady of rage
james
01:32:22
sista soulja
Ciara Asberry
01:32:24
She was truly a lyricist
Jon Amador
01:32:33
That track slaps (bangs!)
james
01:32:40
L boogie
Jeffrey Forrest
01:32:57
MC Lyte?
Jessica Small
01:33:35
Awesome music! My “Dance Groove” iTunes mix includes Missy, Lauryn Hill, Fugees, and Beyonce. Love the female empowerment and beats
Jon Amador
01:33:37
I love her swagger
Ciara Asberry
01:33:52
Attendees- Who’s some of your favorite female hip hop artist?
james
01:34:03
L!!!
Jeffrey Forrest
01:34:10
Unsung does a doc on Roxanne...
Mark Daybell
01:34:13
NonameLittle simzSampra the greatKate tempest
Nicholas Schutz
01:34:20
Sammus
Nicholas Schutz
01:34:22
Noname
Jon Amador
01:34:31
Mark Daybell in the house!! Nice list..
Jon Amador
01:34:56
Fugees were cold!
Jeffrey Forrest
01:35:07
love the Fugees
james
01:35:09
mc lyte
Jeffrey Forrest
01:35:31
What about Arrested Development?
Nicholas Schutz
01:35:45
I was singing Mr. Wendall to myself the other day
Momma Sharon
01:35:51
Yes!!!! Arrested Development
Jon Amador
01:36:03
Digable Planets too
Renard Thomas
01:36:09
Cube
james
01:36:18
does momma sharon remember hearing the ladies rappin back in the day
Jon Amador
01:36:25
Missy Elliott too
Ciara Asberry
01:36:46
I love missy Elliott
Momma Sharon
01:37:14
Yes James. I remember when we started to get recognized
james
01:37:38
who was the first you heard?
Momma Sharon
01:37:58
Mostly Locals that didn’t go main stream
Momma Sharon
01:38:20
When women went main stream, it was MC lyte
Momma Sharon
01:38:24
The queen
Momma Sharon
01:38:26
Roxanne
Momma Sharon
01:38:36
Little Kim later
Momma Sharon
01:38:44
Lil kim
Nicholas Schutz
01:38:45
One of the dudes from Digable Planets is in a group called Shabazz Palaces with the son of the Zimbabwean music legend Dumisani Maraire.
Flavio Medina-Martin (He/Him/His/El)
01:39:07
Tina Turner
james
01:39:10
those locals we're probably dope right?
Jon Amador
01:39:13
@Nicholas…nice! I gotta check that out!
Nicholas Schutz
01:39:29
they opened for Radiohead
james
01:39:33
missy was a great producer
Renard Thomas
01:39:39
@James absolutely dope!
Flavio Medina-Martin (He/Him/His/El)
01:40:08
BEEP! BEEP!
Jon Amador
01:40:38
TLC - Lisa “Left Eye” Lopez
Momma Sharon
01:40:44
@James we were spitting lyrics and battling with other females and that’s how women grew into it
Momma Sharon
01:40:47
Yes TLC
james
01:41:02
that's cool
Renard Thomas
01:41:03
@Jon Right on Much Love for TLC
Jon Amador
01:41:06
Eve f/Gwen Stefani - Blow Ya Mind
Jon Amador
01:42:03
One of the most underrated…Rah Digga from Flipmode Squad!
james
01:42:20
rah digga!!
Ciara Asberry
01:42:29
Rah digga yessss
Jon Amador
01:42:44
Bahamadia
Renard Thomas
01:42:56
It is refreshing to see more rap artist applying their talent to Christian Hip Hop!
William Macpherson
01:43:15
How about the sound systems of Jamaica and the toasting being done by MCs and DJs
Ciara Asberry
01:43:33
Agreed William
Jon Amador
01:43:41
@William…give us some recommendations!! Would love to check that out.
james
01:43:48
yes William, that's what I love hearing about!
Nicholas Schutz
01:44:16
There's a real good book called Can't Stop Won't Stop about the social conditions and politics around the beginning of hip hop. It's by Jeff Chang.
Ciara Asberry
01:44:26
Kirk Franklin
Nicholas Schutz
01:44:45
Jeff Chang's book has an in depth chapter on Jamaica.
Angeli Francois (she/her)
01:44:47
yes kirk
james
01:44:56
there's good docs on youtube that you can find
Nicholas Schutz
01:44:57
Kool Herc is from Jamaica
Renard Thomas
01:45:29
I hope that Hip Hop continues move beyond just the struggle on the streets to accomplishments, celebrating progress and encouraging paths to success!
Renard Thomas
01:45:59
@Nicholas you are on it!
james
01:46:15
in my opinion, true hip hop has gone underground these days.
Angeli Francois (she/her)
01:46:28
@Renard me too, the storytelling needs to be more positive
William Macpherson
01:46:29
There is also hip hop all across Africa. In Ghana it’s called Hiplife
james
01:46:30
real mc's and dj's
Jessica Small
01:47:11
Omg one time I had a student write my name on their rough draft as Biggie Smalls and I was like YESSSS!!!
Daylene Meuschke
01:47:25
Thank you for putting this together. Not only have I enjoyed it but my almost high school daughter loved it:)
Angeli Francois (she/her)
01:47:35
@Bill these are great lessons for a class amazing source of information
Nicholas Schutz
01:48:21
There's a really good podcast about Southern hip hop called Bottom of the Map.
Renard Thomas
01:49:07
@Daylene I agree they shared a wonderful experience! This was so much fun!
Tiehua Piao
01:49:08
Do you have flex sign in sheet?
james
01:50:00
agreed!
Ciara Asberry
01:50:11
Kendrick, Nipsey, J. Cole,
Angeli Francois (she/her)
01:50:43
@Tiehua yes we save it from zoom
William Macpherson
01:51:12
Thanks for this series. Let’s keep it going
Angeli Francois (she/her)
01:51:35
Thanks Bill!
Jon Amador
01:51:50
Thank you all!! If there’s a mailing list for this event…put me on! (Bonita Applebum!)
Ciara Asberry
01:52:17
Will we hope to see that Music-109 course soon
Jon Amador
01:52:26
INdeed’
Angeli Francois (she/her)
01:52:38
Jon yes!! you are on the next panel for sure
William Macpherson
01:52:38
It should be offered next spring
Jon Amador
01:52:55
(Angeli) I’m just a fan!!
Angeli Francois (she/her)
01:53:09
The best kind of fan
Farhad Seilsepour
01:53:24
professor Francois,
Mark Daybell
01:53:53
Thank you to all the presenters
Farhad Seilsepour
01:54:00
thank you for this event. it's awesome ❤
james
01:54:15
thank you all!
Tiehua Piao
01:54:28
Thank you all!
Renard Thomas
01:54:39
The DJ is off the "Hook" my brother is "Fly"
Jon Amador
01:54:41
Thank you!!! The best event I’ve attended all year! Thank you for coordinating this!
Nicholas Schutz
01:54:52
I agree with Jon
Renard Thomas
01:55:05
@Jon Sho you right!
Kenya Galindo
01:55:28
Thank you everyone for your time and your openness in sharing your personal love and experiences with hip hop👏
Nicholas Schutz
01:55:55
Thank you so much for having this. Thank you Momma Sharon!
Christine Lopez
01:55:56
80s hip hop! That is what is playing now!
Angeli Francois (she/her)
01:56:00
Thank you for coming Kenya
Jessica Small
01:56:31
Thanks so much everyone! Such a cool meeting!
William Macpherson
01:56:31
Goodbye everyone. See you next time
Jon Amador
01:56:35
F’sho…will be back! Good evening y’all!
Flavio Medina-Martin (He/Him/His/El)
01:57:00
Great session! Loved it!!
Mario Olvera
01:57:08
great session
Mario Olvera
01:57:21
see you next time
Renard Thomas
01:58:12
Put that on wax
Renard Thomas
02:01:39
Do stop the music
Renard Thomas
02:02:07
I am calling home right now to tell my meeting is going long and I aint coming home
Renard Thomas
02:03:42
Daylene is amazing!
Daylene Meuschke
02:03:58
Awe...back at you, Renard:)
Daylene Meuschke
02:04:14
Brianna says "yes" to J Lo
Renard Thomas
02:04:30
where is the after party
Nicholas Schutz
02:04:35
Flavio, did you say Black Sheep?
Flavio Medina-Martin (He/Him/His/El)
02:05:01
Yes :) Black sheep
Nicholas Schutz
02:05:01
The Choice is Yours has like the best intro to a song ever.