The Mark of a New Era AMPS: Arts - Music - Performance - Sound AMPS brings Urban Arts from where it originated to the progression of its present day

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The Mark of a New Era

AMPS: Arts - Music - Performance - Sound

AMPS brings Urban Arts from where it originated to the progression of its present day Movement!

"Marked New Era of Arts, Culture, Music, & Communities" - "AMPS"

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Elements of Urban Culture Art

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"Urban art" derives from a latin word "urbs" meaning City. It is a style of art that relates to cities and city life by artists who live in or have a passion for city life.

From spray art and marker drawings to poster or sticker campaigns and sculpture, urban art can take many forms.

Illistrator & Designer - Owen Jones - London - UK

The Urban Culture Time Line

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1910 - 1940 The First Great Migration - the start of the demographics in small cities developing into Urban Culture
1941 - 1970 The Second Great Migration - demographics changed drastically in urban city development
1970's African Americans became an urbanized population, with more than 80% living in cities. The beginning, a mark in time in the Urban Culture Arts

Kool Herc Marked the Era, when "Hip Hop" Urban Culture Evolved.

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In 1967, Clive Campbell from Jamaica came to South Bronx, known by the name: "Kool Herc".The founder of hip-hop, a "master" of the music system, which evolved around the lives of youth.

Kool Herc threw parties, giving speech-feast into the microphone and became known as MC ("master of ceremony") by playing & announcing the record.

Kool Herc was known to repeat the instrumental breaks between verses, for the dancers to show their skills. The dancers were named "B-Boy", "Break boys" - for the term break dancers. A DJ that spit rhymes became known as a "rapper".

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The 4 Element of "Hip Hop" Culture

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As the formula of parties became popular among the African American & Hispanic Americans, the 4 main pillars that was known as a Urban Culture Music & Art was Titled "Hip Hop" by 1970's

MC (or rapping)
B-boying (Break Dancing)
Graffiti Artist

The true meaning of Hip-Hop is to tell the world what goes on the urban neighborhoods, to tackle the issues of drug dealing, poverty, racism, fun, relationships, and family problems.

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Grafitti Artist - Vinie - France

We can speak of a new “renaissance,” an explosion of creativity, new ideas, and talent with thousands of artists from all over the world who display their innovative works of art on the streets, using them as a gigantic museum

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Hip hop fashion, also known as urban fashion is a distinctive style of dress originating emerged and by 1980's Hip Hop was a fashion, a way of life, in dress, music, style, art.

Hip hop fashion complements the expressions and attitudes of hip hop / urban culture in general. Hip hop fashion has changed significantly during its history, and today, it is a prominent part of popular fashion as a whole across the world and for all ethnicity's.

Hip hop music is currently transforming into various sub-genres, fusions with other genres, and regional hip hop scenes, falling into a new era of Urban Culture Art.

2013 - Hip Hop Culture & Music Media labeled the following crossovers:

Hip Hop - EDM DJ's Crossover - DJ Muggs of Cypress Hill
Hip Hop - EDM Crossover - A$AP Rocky
Hip Hop - Pop crossover - Nicki Minaj,

Some say that for a song to appeal to the broadest possible spectrum of people it must be free of cultural quirks and regional flavors.

- MTV Iggy

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Today's "Urban Culture" aka "Hip Hop" has drastically changed as a Global Art, Music, Performance, & Sound

We Call this movement "AMPS"

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"The Arts of Urban Culture Hip Hop"

#AMPS - Entertainment





The Talents of today's "Hip Hop" Culture, AMPS is Arts, Beats, Music, & Sound, to the Creative Art of Dance, Fashion, Performance & Trends, the Core of Urban Cultural Art Movement.



We welcome you to join our team of Professional Music & Ent Industry in the developement of AMPS Programs for our communities!


Join #AMPS Journey

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AMPS is a Outlet to Community Urban Arts, Music, Performances, & Sound, in the growth of Educational / Hands on Training Programs within the Mark of Time, for Teens & Families of our Communities, under the direction of B. S.A.F.E. Non Profit

B.S.A.F.E. "Building Safer Atmospheres for Entertainment"

- A CA Non Profit 501(c)(3)

Currently Developing Across the Globe in Urban Communities through Arts, Music, Performance, & Sound!

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Dedicated to: Kool Herc

AMPS Portion of all Donations & Proceeds will go to "Kool Herc" in Recognition in a Gift Foundation "The birth of Hip Hop - Kool Herc" to assist in the Hip Hop Movements in the New York Communities & in Growth across Needed Communities.

In Behalf of B.S.A.F.E. Non Profit & Music / Ent. Affiliate Executives.

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Kool Herc at yesterday’s “Celebrating 40 Years of Hip-Hop” event - Words by Kieran K. Meadows, Art by Danielle Mastrion

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A Piece by John Graeter - The Good Foot (Gallery / Exhibit)

August 11, 2013 marked the 40th anniversary of the precise day, DJ Kool Herc - the young Jamaican descendant threw a "Back to School Jam" party at 1520 Sedgwick Ave. in Bronx, New York.

The Day Hip Hop was BORN!

View The Article: Danielle Mastrion Celebrates Kool Herc + 40 Years of Hip Hop - (Visual Culture)

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