Counter culture rarely remains on the fringe of society. The ideology, music, fashion and art gets popularized and becomes a part of mainstream culture. Hip Hop culture, like other counter cultures, became popularized and now is part of mainstream. Originally published in 2001, Back in the Days chronicles the early years of Hip Hop.
In a limited 10-year anniversary print, Back in the Days: Remix, will include over 30 never-before-published photographs, a new essay and an interview with photographer Jamel Shabazz. Back in the Days: Remix, features some of the leading voices among Hip Hop historians and with new photos it is definitely worth revisiting the classic.
Back in the Days: Remix retails for $35 and you can pre-order it now on PowerHouseBooks.com.
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