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by Katarina Subasic (article first appeared in AFP) BELGRADE, March 1, 2012 (AFP) – Ibrahim Gasi, his parents and brother live in a cardboard hut in a muddy Belgrade slum packed with scrap metal, but...

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By Minister Server of the Temple of Hip Hop (for World Hip Hop Market) On behalf of hip-hop culture worldwide, the International Hip Hop Council (IHHC) is pleased to announce the 15th Annual Hip Hop...

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By Michele Langevine Leiby – article originally appeared in The Washington Post – all rights resserved®) ISLAMABAD — An effort to ban hip-hop music in Pakistani schools has instead turned into a lesson in tolerance...

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Aussie Battlers celebrate hip-hop

January 24, 2011 | Comments

Starting from noon at the Goonellabah Sports and Aquatic Centre, the Aussie Battlers event will be a celebration of local hip-hop culture....

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Hip-hop takes urban life onto a new stage

January 24, 2011 | Comments

A joint London-Sydney production is blending music and dance with theatre....

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Grupo de Rua, Beltrao’s all-male dance company from Brazil, prompted its audience to reconsider the meaning of hip-hop....

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Insane in the Brain

November 11, 2009 | Comments

Street dance version of Kesey classic handles mental illness with care and consideration...

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Some young Saudis love it. Others consider it a form of Western corruption. Whatever the case maybe, break dancing — an athletic urban dance form that originated from the streets of urban America — has...

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No tha-thaiyya, only hip-hop

May 30, 2009 | Comments

Youth in India are forgoeing studying traditional dance forms for hip hop and other Western styles....

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Elements hit South Africa with a Storm

May 13, 2009 | Comments

Five teenagers from Gauteng, South Africa, form a hip hop dance group and compete for a national title....

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