The Official Record of Hip Hop
Anchored in the birthplace of the culture, The Hip Hop Museum in the Bronx celebrates and preserves the history of local and global Hip Hop to inspire, empower, and promote understanding.
Make a donation to The Hip Hop Museum.
Together we can preserve the past, celebrate the present, and ensure the culture’s future! The Hip Hop Museum is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization (EIN #46-5278190).
Saturday, June 17, 2023, at 5 pm (EST) and 2 pm (PST) Join The Hip Hop Museum as we continue
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Exciting news. Mayor Adams and Commissioner Cumbo have agreed to donate $5.5 Million to help build The Hip Hop Museum.
Benny Cruz, interdisciplinary artist and THHM Donor photographed by Jens FranzénJens Franzén, photographer and THHM Donor photographed by Bruce Gilden
“Growing up a small poor white kid in a multi-ethnic neighborhood in Milwaukee, I am glad that Hip Hop found
The Hip Hop Museum (THHM) is the Official Record of Hip Hop.
Located in the Bronx, New York it is the place where Hip Hop will exponentially flourish.
The Hip Hop Museum is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt non-profit charity registered in the state of New York.
THHM is an acronym for The Hip Hop Museum.
Hip Hop is a cultural movement that started in the Bronx, New York.
It consists of five elements that have inspired, entertained and influenced
people all over the world.
The Hip Hop community is made up of people who are fans of and support Hip Hop globally.
Hip Hop is considered a culture because it has its own music, dance, art, way tof dress and community.
The five elements of Hip Hop are:
Hip Hop has been influenced by many cultures but Caribbean, African and Latin cultures are its primary influences. You can see the influence in various dances, art, songs and fashion.
You can help support Hip Hop and the THHM in three ways: