38mm Belt with Tribute to Hip Hop print and a classic single prong buckle.
Hip Hop, as it started out in the late 70’s and early 80’s, was a way to show off who had the loudest sound systems, the hottest records and the newest turntable techniques. Most parties were held in New York City parks during the day and nightclubs at night. To get people excited for an upcoming show, handmade flyers were plastered around town. With hand drawn characters, graffiti style letting and humorous one-liners. This tribute is showing some love to some of the earliest names on the scene like King Charles, Disco Twins, Grandmaster Caz, Kool Here, AFrika Bambaataa, Charlie Chase, Kurtis Blow and Mr. Magic.