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Wild Style

Tuesday, June 05, 2007

Twenty-five years ago, the feature film "Wild Style" showcased rapping, breakdancing and graffiti art just as hip-hop began to leak into the mainstream. Now, the movie is set to be feted at the Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival and examined in a forthcoming book. We talk with director Charlie Ahearn and longtime hip-hop vee jay "Uncle" Ralph McDaniels.


Charlie Ahearn and "Uncle" Ralph McDaniels

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