In 1981, French photographer Sophie Bramly, moved to New-York and quickly dropped her job as a correspondant for the French medias to spend her entire time witnessing the early days of Hip-Hop in the Bronx. She took photographs of legends such as Afrika Bambaataa, Grand Master Flash, the Beastie Boys, Futura 2000, Keith Haring or the Rock Steady Crew in...
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