As an experts say, hip hop is not only a dancing style, a fashion style or a music style. It's a life style of thousands of young people of a new generation, who like listening to electronic and rap-style music, break dancing in the streets and in clubs, painting graffiti, having a great interest in extreme sports like roller skating and, snowboarding. Hip hop clubs are the latest ?in? thing. Hip hop culture has its own set of rules, its own language and its own clothes. Very wide pants and caps, kangaroo type sweaters and pullovers, jeans and special accessories like chain-balls, beads and bracelets. Hip-hop is a lifestyle that isn't going away any tie soon.
The most popular among hip hop clubs are music clubs, as far as it has been proved already that hip hop is not only a regular love of modern young people, but it is a serious music style or may be even music direction which is worthy of being placed within the niche of world music like rock, jazz and classic. Hip hop clubs showcase new music and sampling from today's hottest urban bands.
Such is - for example - Sugar Hill Gang's "Rapper's delight" composition. Initially rap was originated as a dancing music style, and it was very well adopted by modern generation of young people not only in American cities but all over the world. One of the most popular hip-hop bands at the beginning of this music style generation was Public Enemy, which risen rap music to its highest peaks. Notwithstanding the efforts made by individual hip-hop fans, this music remained underground to the middle of 80-s. There were only a few hip-hop clubs and only few radio stations were playing hip-hop tunes.
At the end of 80-s when such group like Beastie Boys appeared, hip hop music started to drag itself out from underground. Starting from this period hip-hop music occupied the top of the charts of hit parades. At the beginning of 90's rap music was commercialized, and it was with the whole hip hop culture including dancing, painting and fashion. The next generation of hip hop culture was represented by such people and groups like 2Pac, Wu Tang, Puff Daddy, Will Smith and Busta Rhymes.
Another type or another direction of hip-hop culture is graffiti. The term «graffiti» originated from Latin «graffito» which is «being scratched on» and is rooted to old ancient times. The first examples of ancient graffiti we can find out in the history, when Roman legionaries were scratching their names on the walls of the cities which were conquered by them. «Graffiti» in the form which is well-known in now days were appeared in New York as a part of hip-hop culture. Painting graffiti is not taught in hip hop clubs, at schools or anywhere else, it's a type of art which appeared on the walls of a big buildings, houses, factories, fences, etc. and which is created by common teen-agers.
In our days, graffiti as well as break-dancing or salsa dancing clubs are very popular and not only among young people. There are a lot of dancing clubs and salsa clubs included where you will be taught dancing salsa, this very specific dance originated from Latin America. So modern hip-hop clubs are open not only for our children, people of middle age are also welcome and they will surely find a training or occupation which they?ll like most of all among their every day routine life.