|And i love the kids behind the iHeartSoweto almost more! Check out ThisSocialJamSession LOVE! Props for Pic: Uviwe.|
|Grafitti Lives in Soweto. Courtesy Flickr, Demonterious.|
|Mali Takes on HipHop. Image Courtesy, Flickr, Shoobali.|
On at NYC's MoMa right now through May 30: Looking at Music 3.0, a retrospective of HipHop. Loved hearing Cey Adams break down how the movement has changed over more than 20 years--how more than 20 years ago graffiti artists couldn't get any kind of play from major museums and one curator told him to come back if his stuff was still culturally relevant in 20 years. Twenty years on and counting, HipHop still hogging the mic/dance floor+walls. Guess you just gotta see some music to believe it, huh?