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Hip Hop Jewelry

The Beginning of Hip Hop

The term hip-hop refers to a complex culture comprising of four key monumental elements deejaying,rapping, also known as “MCing” or “rhyming,Graffiti painting  and

B-boying  which encompasses the  hip-hop dance, style, and swag. Hip-hop originated in the predominantly African American urban economically depressed South Bronx section of New York City in the late 1970s. As the hip-hop movement began to move forward to society’s margins, its origins are shrouded in myth, enigma and obfuscation. The start of the dancing, Mcing, and deejaying components of hip-hop were bound together by a shared environment  in which these art forms evolved.


A look into the culture


Since Hip Hop's inception, it has progressed to the point it governs culture. The power of media, music, and pop culture today has never been so powerful, and it continues to grow and inflate through great expansion and increasing its number of consumer base. Hip Hop has had an great influence on the black community in the United States Of America, as well as society as a whole. Hip Hop is more than just music, Hip Hop is a culture. Over the past three decades, Hip Hop has influenced and uplifted the urban culture speaking up for generations and providing a voice to a group of individuals trying to deliver a message through the platform. Objectors of the Hip Hop culture argue that the music is aggressive in nature and promotes violence however provocative lyrics do not negate the fact that Hip Hop is a vocal outlet for individuals of the culture. Hip Hop has provided a platform for lyricist to express their opinions about society, the government and the treatment of African Americans in America for decades. This outlet is crucial for the uplifting of the black community and would benefit society entirely if people opposed to Hip Hop tried to embrace the culture rather than attack the culture.


History behind hip hop Jewelry


Hip Hop Jewelry emerged to the hip hop culture in the early 80's, Giving artist the ability to draw attention to fan base of their style. In the 80s, heavy gold chains were jewelry of choice for the hip hop generation starting the revolution of a style of jewelry known today as bling bling Aka Hip Hop Jewelry.

Todays style in hip hop bling's trend has evolved into diamond necklaces and iced out watches. Hip hop jewelry has moved away from the thick rope chains in the 80s to more elegant iced out pieces with more diamonds to bring more shine. 

As time has changed  people change and evolve, and so do the trends in fashion and hip hop jewelry. The history of hip hop and what the jewelry represents is not forgotten in this day and age. Hip hop jewelry is stronger than ever thanks to the style and rap icons that keep the culture alive.




Innovators in hip hop jewelry 




Ts Verniel is a leader in hip hop jewelry We consistently bring the latest designs of hip hop jewelry on the market. We pay close attention to the hottest celebrity trends as well as bring our own custom styles and designs. We provide our customers with  lowest prices possible by producing our products in large quantities. Our competition are not able to match our low prices and excellent quality. Our goal at Ts Verniel Jewelry is to service, our customers with fast shipping and high quality hip hop jewelry at the best prices possible.

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