A music genre and cultural movement originating from New York in the 70s. The subculture encompasses a variety of facets, including music, dance, fashion, and DJing. While it is a primarily American subculture, there are thriving hip hop scenes in other countries, including Japan, Korea, and the United Kingdom. It is predominantly popular in urban areas.
Elements of hip hop fashion include baggy or oversized clothes, sporty sneakers, headwear such as baseball caps, beanies, and bucket hats, and flashy jewelry such as gold chains, grills, and large wristwatches. Streetwear and designer clothing brands are often associated with the style, with some of the most commonly associated brands include Supreme, A Bathing Ape, Stussy, Nike, Air Jordan, Adidas, Gucci, and Louis Vuitton.
This tag should be used for any works that parody or feature hip hop album covers, lyrics, music (instrumental or not), fashion, real life personalities/celebrities, or that include any elements of hip hop culture.