100 Hip-Hop Facts (1973-2000), the first book from the 100 Hip-Hop Facts series is now available.
The physical copy of the 100 Hip-Hop Facts (1973–2000) coffee table book by Israel Odumakin & the DailyRapFacts Team with the ISBN 978-1-7360769-3-4 is in stock and is now available for purchase. Published by DailyRapFacts/DRF Books, this is the first book of the 100 Hip-Hop Facts series.
The book “100 Hip-Hop Facts (1973-2000)” is a must-have for any fan of the genre. This comprehensive guide covers the most important and interesting events and milestones in hip-hop history from its beginnings in the 1970s to the turn of the millennium.
The book is filled with fascinating facts and stories about the pioneers of hip-hop, including DJ Kool Herc, Coke La Rock, Grandmaster Flash, and more. It also covers the rise of influential artists such as Public Enemy, N.W.A., and the Wu-Tang Clan, and the emergence of sub-genres like gangsta rap and alternative hip-hop.
In addition to the historical information, the book also includes profiles of important figures in the hip-hop community, such as Russell Simmons and Dr. Dre, as well as a discussion of the cultural significance of the genre.
The foreword is written by the legendary Rahiem of Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five. Photos by Garrett Clare and Ope Odumakin. Illustrations by Israel Odumakin. With its engaging writing and wealth of information, “100 Hip-Hop Facts (1973-2000)” is an essential resource for anyone interested in the evolution of hip-hop and its impact on popular culture. It’s now available for purchase online and in bookstores, so don’t miss out on this unique and informative guide.