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  • Meztigrel
    says:
    Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five were an American hip hop group formed in the South Bronx of New York City in Composed of Grandmaster Flash, Melle Mel, The Kidd Creole [not to be confused with disco recording artist Kid Creole and Coconuts frontman Kid Creole], Keith Cowboy, Mr. Ness/Scorpio and Rahiem, the group's use of turntablism, break-beat DJing, and conscious lyricism .
  • Faenos
    says:
    About Grandmaster Flash. Without a doubt one of hip-hop's most important and influential outfits, Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five unleashed several classic singles during rap's developmental period of the early s. Pioneering DJ Grandmaster Flash began his career spinning at Bronx block parties in the mid- to late s.
  • Zulkiran
    says:
    Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five were one of the first hip-hop groups to come out of NYC in the late 70s early 80s. Backed primarily by the Sugar Hill house band early on, the group wrote party-friendly anthems. At the same time, they gained noteriety thanks to socially conscious singles like "The Message" or "White Lines (Don't Do It)".
  • Moshura
    says:
    It all started in the Bronx, N.Y., in the late s. The soon-to-be pioneer of hip-hop, Joseph Saddler, would wait until his father left for work, then sneak into the living room to play his records.
  • Kazikasa
    says:
    Aug 13,  · Grandmaster Flash arrives for the premiere of "The Get Down." (ANGELA WEISS/AFP/Getty Images) "My audience at one point was predominantly black and Hispanic and when she came to the Webster Avenue.
  • Kazizil
    says:
    What we call a DJ today is a role that Flash invented. By the end of the 70s, Flash had started another trend that became a hallmark around the world: emcees followed flash to the various parts and parties to rap/emcee over his beats. Before long, he started his own group, Grandmaster Flash .
  • Daibei
    says:
    Before, flash people played records. After, they played with records. Backspin technique (“quick-mix theory”) aka beat juggling, punch phrasing (“clock theory”) and scratching were all invented by Grandmaster Flash. In the late ‘70s and early ‘80s, together with the Furious Five, Grandmaster Flash released such seminal rap songs as The Message, White Lines (Don’t Do .
  • Akijind
    says:
    Jun 10,  · “In the rich history of American music, Grandmaster Flash holds an important place. He helped birth a culture that, in many ways, changed the world of artistic expression.” -Jimmy Jam, Grammy Award Winning songwriter and producer of 25 No. 1 R& B hits and 16 No. 1 Pop hits, a record surpassed only by Sir George Martin (The Beatles)Reviews:
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