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first_imgToday, Google is celebrating the “Birth of Hip Hop” with a history lesson from Fab 5 Freddy. The story goes, that on August 11, 1973, a DJ named Kool Herc threw a Back to School party in the Boogie Down Bronx that changed music as we know it. Using two turntables, he extended the instrumental breaks, allowing people to dance longer, a style that became known as breakdancing. Next came the MC, the Master of Ceremony, who added rhymes over the beat to get the party going and flowing. In the years since DJ Kool Herc’s first party, hip hop culture has become a major force across music, art, culture, and more.At the end of the visual storytelling, Fab 5 Freddy guides users through an interactive lesson on how to DJ. With a turntable and record crate full of classic beats, users are taught the basics of crossfading, scratching, and more. Now everyone can be a DJ! Head to the Google homepage to learn more about Hip Hop’s origins, and have fun creating your own beats.last_img read more

first_img Bio Latest posts by admin (see all) This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text Hancock County Court News Nov. 3 thorugh Dec. 11 – January 22, 2015 Latest Posts House fire in Winter Harbor – October 27, 2014 State budget vs. job creation – January 22, 2015 Mount Desert Island YMCA Shark Duncan Hetzer swims to a best time in the 100-yard individual medley at the Maine State Swimming Winter Championships at the University of Maine at Orono from March 5 through 8.—JEFF WALLSORONO — Ending the Maine swimming season, the Mount Desert Island YMCA Sharks nabbed a fifth-place overall finish at the Maine Swimming Winter Combined Championships at University of Maine at Orono on March 5 through 8.The boys placed fifth combined, and the girls finished in eighth with their combined score. Both the boys’ and girls’ 10-and-unders came in second place in their age group. The 11-and-12-year-old girls finished in ninth place. In the 13-and-14-year-old group, the girls finished in 15th and the boys placed fifth. Finally, in the 15-and-over class, the girls took 13th and the boys got fourth.For complete story see the March 12, 2009 edition of the Mount Desert Islander. adminlast_img read more