30 years ago I guy named Michael Holman had a dream to create the most badass hip-hop show that ever illuminated picture tubes near and far- The dream came true in the form of, GRAFFITI ROCK. If you haven't already seen it, we strongly suggest you dust off that Kangol and squeeze yourself into those old stripped Lee's and gets to stepping, or popping, or locking.
Holman has launched a new Kickstarter campaign to re-issue the original program with a gang of new never before seen goodies. Graffiti Rock is a very important piece to the history of hip-hop and now your's chance to see that story live on.
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About: 30th Anniv. release of the first ever Hip Hop TV Show, "Graffiti Rock", & new Hip Hop documentary "Graffiti Rock: The Untold Story"
In 1984, I, Michael Holman, was successful in producing and broadcasting the first ever, nation-wide, Hip Hop variety television show, Graffiti Rock. The show featured Run DMC's greatest televised performance ever (of "Sucker M.C.'s"), as well as Kool Moe Dee and Special K of The Treacherous Three, The New York City Breakers, and a studio dance crowd that included the likes of young Vincent Gallo (Buffalo 66, Brown Bunny) and Debi Mazar (Goodfellas, L.A. Law, Entourage).