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In 1993, the Mario Van Peebles film Posse hit theaters. At its release party, some of Brooklyn's finest showed up, along with Biz Markie. One of the film's stars, Big Daddy Kane, hosted the New York City event. He appeared in the Western alongside Van Peebles, Stephen Baldwin, Tone-Loc, Tiny List...
From its inception, people have tried to put Hip-Hop in a box. The Rock Steady Crew's Crazy Leggs, one of the pillars of the culture's foundation, speaks about the multiculturalism that has existed in Hip-Hop since the beginning, and also talks about the oft-forgotten element of breakdancing.
"I'm your idle, your highest title, numero uno." With those words, Special Ed opened "I Got It Made," one of Hip-Hop's enduring classics. In the earliest days of his career, Ed joined Video Music Box to discuss his life before he had it made and the steps he took to get there.