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Culture is something derived from ethnicity geographical location within the world or religion A sub culture on the other hand can be created at anytime by anyone In the late seventies an urban subculture in the streets of New York began to rise This movement became known as Hip-Hop This was a culture in which peoples from all backgrounds religions and race could all participate The inner city youth to create a sense of togetherness created their own culture Hip Hop as a culture is more than music that is just one of the art forms that go along with it Hip-Hop as a culture has four different elements that one must master to claim himself a true Hip Hopper MCing is the art form of creating stunning thoughtful rhythmic ballads A DJ masters the turn tables and can fluently mix an entourage of music creating it into his own masterpiece A graffiti artist known as ghetto Di Vincis uses a wall or some other big place to express his views of the world The hardest art to perfect because it is forever changing is break dancing A good breaker can astound an audience with one move Break dancing like the other elements has many branches underneath it The sub elements of break dancing are pop locking popping hip hoping and B boying B boying is the one most commonly seen and also referred to as breaking Breaking is an art form that is constantly evolving has very complex moves and demands of great risk taking The art of breaking began as a simple art with simple moves It is relatively a new art with its forefathers still alive and still breaking In the very beginning breaking had few moves and was relatively thought of as being a few crazy moves that some kids had incorporated into their dancing As more and more kids started to break it began to separate itself from the group
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