Dass man trotz aller Klischees aber auch in dieser Lebensphase noch ziemlich viel Spaß haben kann, führen uns die 60 tanzenden Bewohner des „Diana Isaac Retirement Village” in Christchurch sehr leichtfüßig vor.
Da wird der Friseursalon aufgemischt, die Aqua-Gymnastik gestürmt und das Geschwindigkeitslimit vom Elektrovehikel überschritten.
Und die Angestellten des Senioren-Residenz machen auch gleich mit.
Nicht mal der markante Hut und die Bermudas aus dem Original-Video fehlen.
Jamaican immigrant DJ Kool Herc also played a key role in developing hip hop music.
At 1520 Sedgwick Avenue, Herc mixed samples of existing records and deejayed percussion "breaks", mixing this music with his own Jamaican-style "toasting" (a style of chanting and boastful talking over a microphone) to rev up the crowd and dancers.
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The 5th element is commonly considered either street knowledge, hip hop fashion or beatboxing however it is often debated.It is also argued as to whether hip hop started in the South or West Bronx.hip hop is characterized by nine elements, however only four elements are considered most necessary to understand hip-hop musically.An original form of dancing called breakdancing, which later became accompanied by popping, locking and other dance styles, which was done to the accompaniment of hip hop songs played on boom boxes and particular fashion styles also developed.Art historian Robert Farris Thompson describes the youth from the South Bronx in the early 1970s as "English-speaking blacks from Barbados" like Grandmaster Flash, "black Jamaicans" like DJ Kool Herc who introduced the rhythms from salsa music, as well as Afro conga and bongo drums, as well as many who emulated the sounds of Tito Puente and Willie Colón.