Arts & Culture

  • Wu Wednesday: Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) Is Ranked

    Released in 1993, ‘Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)’ marks a pivotal moment in the evolution of hip-hop. This debut album by the Wu-Tang Clan introduced a raw, unfiltered sound that was unlike anything the genre had witnessed before. With RZA’s innovative production techniques, the album combined gritty beats with samples from martial arts films, creating…

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  • Breakdancing: From Cultural Roots to Olympic Sport.

    The Cultural Roots of Breakdancing As breakdancing prepares to make its debut as an official Olympic sport in Paris 2024, it is important to remember and honor the cultural origins that have shaped this art form. Born in the Bronx among black and Puerto Rican youth, breakdancing quickly spread throughout New York City, the United…

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