In the city: Kung Fu's Influence in Hip Hop Culture
Bruce Lee’s powerful kung fu kicks and strikes made him an international star, but his impact wasn’t limited to the big screen. He also made his mark on hip hop culture.
Hip hop was born in the late 1970s in New York, embraced largely by young African-Americans. Through elements like music and street art, the movement gave them a voice.
- Frances Kuo
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