The 5 Elements of Hip-Hop Culture

  1. one year without DARE, tribute by MadC, 6.3.2011

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  4. Video featuring work from INSA's "MORE" at FIFTY24SF Feb. 3rd-28th, 2011 as well as some footage we managed to capture of INSA painting murals in SF while in town.

    Thank you to David Sides for his piano version of Lil' Wayne's Lollipop.

    Within the new body of work in MORE, INSA explores themes of aspiration and expectation, wants versus needs, and happiness versus success in his most comprehensive study to date. Using exaggerated symbols of sexuality representing the commodification of both everyday life and underground subcultures, INSA examines the illusions of seduction while employing his own iconic brand of aesthetic allure to draw the audience in. INSA’s new work revels in lurid excess, embracing the insatiability of consumerism and highlighting the duplicity of morality and enjoyment.

    Followers of the artist will be familiar with some of the themes displayed in MORE. INSA, constantly involved in interesting new projects, recently gained worldwide attention for his piece “Anything Goes When It Comes To (S)hoes,” (more commonly referred to as his “Elephant Dung Heels”) which were exhibited at Tate Britain in London. He has also been a pioneer in the world of graffiti on the Internet with his visually stunning, labor intensive “Gifitti.” This is all in addition to INSA”s continuing insatiable need to cover any surface with his signature “Graffiti Fetish” pattern.

    MORE will feature 9 new provocative works, with INSA utilizing media such as sculpture and lights adding to the “glamour” of his work. The exhibition will also feature an exclusive SF edition of INSA’s classic “Heel” print and a selection of photographic prints.

    MORE will run at FIFTY24SF Gallery from February 3rd, 2011 – February 28th, 2011

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  5. The Kool Skool's Shucks One interviews UK Hip-Hop Legend Uncle B Nice aka Lyric-el, a Foundation MC, Beatboxer, Lyricist, Vocalist and Youthworker. One half of the Brit Core group F-9's, alongside DJ Riza they were known for Battle Raps, Lyrical content, sophisticated Production, and for opening for Ultramagnetic MC's London Show. Early on Uncle B Nice was well known on the Battle Rap circuit, and his versatility as far as being an MC, Beatbox and Vocalist. The F9's released a 3 Track EP and Album on the Legendary Independent West London Label, Kold Sweat, the home of much of the cream of the early 90's UK Hip-Hop scene.


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The 5 Elements of Hip-Hop Culture

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Positive Unifying force and true representation of Hip-Hop's 5 Elements - The MC (The Voice), The DJ (The Music), Graffiti (The Art), The B-boy & B-Girl (The Dance) & Knowledge (The Consciousness)
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