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Barcode30293102255937
LocationClark County
Call No782.421649 Ques
TitleHip-hop is history / Questlove with Ben Greenman.
AuthorQuestlove, author.
CollectionNF
Total Circ0
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Clark County30293102255937782.421649 Ques6/29/2024 AvailableClark County

Catalog Details

International Standard Book Number 9780374614072 hardcover
International Standard Book Number 0374614075 hardcover
International Standard Book Number 9781399621625 paperback
International Standard Book Number 1399621629 paperback
Title Statement Hip-hop is history / Questlove with Ben Greenman.
Edition Statement First edition.
Production, Publication, Distribution, Manufacture, and Copyright Notice New York : AUWA Books / MCD / Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2024.
Physical Description 342 pages ; 24 cm.
General Note Includes indexes.
Formatted Contents Note 1979-1982 : What You Hear Is Not a Test -- 1982-1987 : Love Bought You Clothes -- 1987-1992 : Back Is the Incredible -- 1992-1997 : While I Get My Proper Swerve On -- 1997-2002 : Dare Me to Drive? -- 2002-2007 : Excuse Me Miss, I Forgot Your Name -- 2007-2012 : Pull Up in the Monster -- 2012-2017 : Promise That You Will Sing About Me -- 2017-2022 : The Royce Got No Roof -- 2023 : No Time to Joke Around -- Epilogue: Break of Dawn-Introduction to Hip-Hop is Still History -- Hip-Hop Songs I Actually Listen To.
Summary, Etc. When hip-hop first emerged in the 1970s, it wasn't expected to become the cultural force it is today. But for a young Black kid growing up in a musical family in Philadelphia, it was everything. He stayed up late to hear the newest songs on the radio. He saved his money to buy vinyl as soon as it landed. He even started to try to make his own songs. That kid was Questlove, and decades later, he is a six-time Grammy Award-winning musician, an Academy Award-winning filmmaker, a New York Times bestselling author, a producer, an entrepreneur, a cofounder of one of hip-hop's defining acts (the Roots), and the genre's unofficial in-house historian. In this landmark book, Hip-Hop Is History, Questlove skillfully traces the creative and cultural forces that made and shaped hip-hop, highlighting both the forgotten but influential gems and the undeniable chart-topping hits -- and weaves it all together with the stories no one else knows. It is at once an intimate, sharply observed story of a cultural revolution and a sweeping, grand theory of the evolution of the great artistic movement of our time. And Questlove, of course, approaches it with not only the encyclopedic fluency and passion of an obsessive fan but also the expertise and originality of an innovative participant.Hip-hop is history, and also his history.
Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Popular music History and criticism.
Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Rap (Music) History and criticism.
Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Hip-hop History.
Index Term-Genre/Form Autobiographies.
Index Term-Genre/Form Informational works.
Index Term-Genre/Form Music criticism and reviews.
Added Entry, Personal Name Greenman, Ben, author.

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