Hip hop images

Old School hip-hop. New York street by Jamel shabazz

love the old NY hip hop style.Jamel Shabazz shot this.

NWA, or Nigga With Attitude, is one of the most influential group in Hip Hop, not because entirely of their persona, but the undiluted streetness that they protrude in their lyrics and songs.  Their careers took on a greater influence on hip hop separately than they had ever influenced it together.

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90's hip hop baby! The shit yall missed! Hip Hop ain't shit without the 90's! So true^i miss 90s hip hop

Are those 'thug life' overalls? Only you, Pac.

If Rihanna Were A '90s Hip Hop Icon, This Is What She Would Look Like | NYLON MAGAZINE

It Was All About Gothic Glamour At The amfAR Red Carpet

before you kill us all: COVER i-D Magazine Pre-Spring 2015 The Music Issue Feat. Rihanna by Paolo Roversi

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Notorious B.G art "Biggie, Biggie, Biggie can't you see. Sometimes your words just hypnotize me"

She Rockers (London Rap/Dance Crew), Shepherd’s Bush Green, London, 1988

Staying Power: Photographs of Black British Experience - in pictures

Normski, 'She Rockers (London/Rap/Dance Crew) Shepherds Bush Green, London, Museum no. © Normski/ Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Supported by the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Google Image Result Lauryn Hill for http://www.perfectpeople.net/photo-picture-image-media/Lauryn-Hill-450x584-33kb-media-294-media-142707-1226977502.jpg

Soulful Lauren Hill with beaiutiful natural hair in pigtails.

Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince

Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince. Wills Jacket is dope

These cartoons could make my magazine interesting and more attractive.

Growing up in the 80’s and 90’s, Bronx native Lisa Leone was surrounded by the up and coming hip hop community. With her passion for photography, Leone began photographing everything. Little did she know that she was capturing some of the most iconic figures in the world of hip-hop at the inception of their careers.

Photographing the Rise of Hip Hop

Wyclef Jean and Lauryn Hill during the filming of the Fugees’ “Vocab” video, in East Harlem, 1993 BY LISA LEONE.