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Smithsonian Anthology of Hip Hop - Signed

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The Smithsonian Anthology of Hip-Hop and Rap is a groundbreaking multimedia collection that explores the history and culture of one of the most influential music genres of our time. This comprehensive set includes 129 tracks on 9 CDs, and a 300-page book filled with hundreds of photographs that document the evolution of hip-hop from its early roots in the Bronx to its global reach today.

The set is curated by a committee of hip-hop luminaries, including Chuck D, MC Lyte, Questlove, and Jeff Chang, among others. Through the music and essays, the Anthology reveals the many social and political trends within hip-hop and its impact on popular culture. It highlights the objects and stories of hip-hop displayed in the National Museum of African American History and Culture galleries, offering a unique perspective on the African American experience and its influence on American culture.

The Anthology is a must-have for anyone interested in the history and culture of hip-hop and rap music. It offers a fascinating glimpse into the creative and artistic expressions of a genre that has shaped music and culture for generations. With its impressive collection of tracks, essays, and photographs, this set is an essential addition to any music lover's collection.

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