(AllHipHop News) Afrika Bambaataa and The Mighty Zulu Nation are currently celebrating the 38th anniversary of Hip-Hop music and the 39th anniversary of the Zulu Nation.
The Zulu Nation, which was founded for gang members to express themselves via Hip-Hop in New York in the early 1970's, has since grown to include branches throughout the world, in countries like Japan, France, the United Kingdom, Australia, South Africa and more.
All this weekend, the Zulu Nation will celebrate HIp-Hop with a series of events being hosted by a variety of rap legends in the genre's birthplace of New York.
Three events celebrating Hip-Hop culture will take place at the Gramercy Theater in downtown Manhattan, while a finale event will take place on Sunday, November 11 at S.O.B.s.
Tonight (November 9), "Electrofunkin Breakz" will take place, featuring pioneering DJ's TC Izlam, Africa Baby Bam and various others at Gramercy Theater.
On Saturday (November 10), Jay-Z's engineer/tour DJ Young Guru, King Russ, DJ Red Alert, EL da Sensei, Grand Wizard Theodore and numerous other Hip-Hop pioneers will perform at the Gramercy Theater.
Sunday (November 11), S.O.B.s will be the gathering place for legends like Chuck Chillout, The Crash Crew, Boogie Boys, Sequence, Donald D., Son of Bezerk and Grandmaster Caz, who will serve as Co-host along with Baron Ambrosia.
Check out the flyer below: