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October 24, 2008


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Drue Kataoka

Great to represent diverse voices.

Also interesting and wonderful to see the NPG create a blog.

I hope that much discussion flourishes here.



What a nice and cool hip hop Exhibition. i love it. the style and design was great...their outfits is cute. i wish i could come on that exhibit.


Andrew Beats

I am so glad that hip-hop got the respect it deserves by having its own exhibition at the Smithsonian Institution.

An entire generation (mine), was raised on hip-hop going back to the early 80's and through the 90's. I can remember being in high school and people rapping A Tribe Called Quest and Black Sheep songs.

I would have never thought that hip-hop would become the global force that it is today. Awesome exhibit.

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