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Published on Mar 2, 2018
Throughout the last twenty-five years, a new form of expression has continued to evolve despite the efforts of many in the so-called “establishment” to minimise its influence on young people. Hip-Hop, once limited to urban music and dance has become a widespread form of communication exhibited and enjoyed by young people throughout the world. Hip-Hop is no longer limited to rap music and break dancing; today it represents a multi-billion dollar industry that influences everything from automotive design and fashion to prime-time television programming, collegiate and professional sports, mass media marketing and main street advertising. Today, Hip-Hop is for many a way of life, a culture that is intricately woven into every aspect of young people daily lives. Hip-Hop 411 has put together a ShowReel that represents all these elements that make pop culture.
Executive Producer: Lwazi Nonyukela Content Producers: Mbali Zulu & Lwazi Nonyukela Videographers: Tebogo Kekane, Linda MdloseThando Mbatha, and Katlego Molema Video Editors: Tebogo Kekane, Linda MdloseThando Mbatha, and Katlego Molema Motion Graphics Designer: Lebohang Ndlovu Graphics Designer: Shaun Mokwele