Google celebrates 44 years anniversary of Hip Hop with a cool doodle

Google celebrates the birth of hip-hop with an animated doodle that lets you DJ

Allowing his creatives juices to flow, the 18-year-old Jamaican-American played only instrumental or breaks sections of the music.

THE INQUIRER DOES NOT REPORT on Google Doodles as a rule, but rules are meant to be broken, so today with all the swagger we can muster we are going to celebrate its celebration of hip hop. DJ Kool Herc turning tables. Forty-four years ago today, the one and only DJ Kool Herc threw a party at 1520 Sedgwick Avenue, Bronx and changed the sound of music forever (see original flyer below).

It was here that he created hip hop.

"Starting with folks like DJ Kool Herc, DJ Hollywood and Grandmaster Flash, the grassroots movement created a new culture of music, art, and dance available to the five boroughs of the city and beyond".

Providing platform to these many people and let them grow as Artist with A. In terms of music Hip-Hop is the most flourishing industry in the world with Billions of Dollars in revenue, millions of artist and countless fans.

Today's hip-hop history Google Doodle features a custom logo by graffiti artist Cey Adams, interactive turntables on which users can mix samples from tracks, and the introductory video narrated by Fab 5 Freddy, former host of Yo!

If you want to know how to be a DJ on Google, you will have to click the play button.

On the Google Doodle webpage, he said: "It all started in the NYC Bronx, more commonly known as the Boogie Down Bronx". Once you choose the songs on the page, you will be able to customize the mix.

In 1998, the search engine founders Larry and Sergey drew a stick figure behind the second "o" of Google as a message to that they were out of office at the Burning Man festival and with that, Google Doodles were born.

Google temporary alters its logo to mark various celebrations.



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