"Hip Hop is not just a trend or fad, or young people behaving badly. It is a cultural product of 1970’s urban history. It is not something that started in a studio or under a microscope. Hip Hop began as a counter culture. "
Not long ago, saying that an artist had a production line in their studio was considered an insult. Now a production line is a proud way of life for some artists, and the new book by Michael Petry explores.
Cheryl Palonis Adams explains Laban Movement Analysis so that you can understand it, and aren't bored.
Camerin Allgood McKinnon explains some of the roots and process of the modern dance technique "Safety Release".