Cornell University Library Digital Collections| Hip-Hop | Public Enemy, Mike Tyson, EPMD, Def Jam

Digitized content from the collections of Cornell University Library

Source: Cornell University Library Digital Collections

A few months ago I caught on to 9th Wonder lecturing at Harvard and creating what amounts to a history of Hip-Hop to be catalogued.

9th Wonder Submits 200 Albums to Harvard Archives

Now here is another project with similar merit from Bill Adler of Def Jam. This is a collection of dope ass pictures from his catalogue documenting the rise of Def Jam during the golden age of Hip-Hop.

Now it’s not that Hip-Hop needs to be given credibility by gaining recognition from elite/Ivy league academic institutions, but there is a certain amount of satisfaction that people understand how important this culture is to Americana. Use the Source link to check out more pictures and big shout out to Patta Sneaker Shop for introducing me to this project.


Christopher D. Burns on FacebookChristopher D. Burns on GoogleChristopher D. Burns on LinkedinChristopher D. Burns on TwitterChristopher D. Burns on Youtube
Christopher D. Burns
Christopher D. Burns
Founder, Writer and Webmaster at ARCH & CBP

Owner of ARCH & CBP.,

Chris B. is the founder of CBP

CBP began as a place to publish local poets in San Diego. CBP has evolved into a small publishing imprint, record label, source of news, and dialogue on popular topics and social issues. I write about Memphis and the Hi-lites in the society. I also try to share as much as possible about business.

You can follow me on Twitter or any of the links above.