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Kamala Harris says hip-hop is ‘the ultimate American art form' as she hosts a 50th anniversary party

  • Vice President Kamala Harris hosted a celebration of hip-hop's 50th anniversary with appearances by Common, Jeezy, MC Lyte, and Roxanne Shante. Hip-hop's roots were traced back to a party in 1973 in the Bronx, New York. Harris emphasized the cultural significance of hip-hop and its impact on social and racial justice movements.
  • Hip-Hop has become a global artform and a multibillion-dollar industry. Public Enemy rapper Chuck D has described rap as "Black America's CNN," highlighting its role in giving voice to the people and telling stories that often go unheard in the news.
  • The celebration was a collaboration with Recording Academy's Black Music Collective and Live Nation Urban, and it took place at the vice presidential residence. Harris's husband, Doug Emhoff, also attended and expressed their household's connection to hip-hop.
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