Take a journey of sound and sight, back in time to the roots of a movement that changed the music, lifestyle and social structure of a generation. The genre that was once "Rap" and then "Hip-Hop" had its birth on the tough streets of New York's South Bronx, where street gangs that fought for their dignity and survival traded their weapons for turntables and their anger for the rhymes that transformed youth and its music, showing us what it meant to grow up in a world only they knew. The founding fathers of this force reunited twenty years later to remind us that the works, the beats and the energy they created are as relevant now as ever... and the magic only gets better with age. Includes Bonus Audio CD! Songs Include: If I Ruled the World (Kurtis Blow), Crash Is Back / We are Known as Emcees / On the Radio / High Powered Rap (Crash Crew), In Da Club / Play That Beat Mr. DJ / Who's in the House / What More You Want / Looking for the Perfect Beat / Renegades of Funk / Planet Rock / Step Up in the Room (Afrika Bambaataa & Soul Sonic Force).
While it is nice to see Afrika Bambaataa and Soul Sonic Force on stage, the crowd wasn't that interested till late and the sound quality was pretty bad.It shows a large amount of change in hip hop, where they have to spend 5 minutes trying to get girls on the stage to dance, rather than do what they do well, DJ and rap. Only, MAYBE 3 break dancers come on stage...There were a lot of weaknesses in production, the show was fun, however, way too many drops in excitement.