A variety of rap stars paid their respects to The Universal Zulu Nation during the celebration of the organization's 37th anniversary last weekend in Harlem, New York.

Legendary rap luminaries like Big Daddy Kane, Ice-T, The Cold Crush Brothers, Jesse West, Kool Herc and The Rock Steady Crew came out to support the event, which was promoted by an organized by Mick Bentson's Pay Up Entertainment.

Multiple pioneers of the genre of hip-hop music mingled freely with the crowd during the event, which featured performances by Jessie West, Son of Bezerk, The Cold Crush Brothers, Big Daddy Kane and hard-core metal band, Half Lip.

The highlight of the celebration came when hip-hop's founding fathers, Kool Herc and Afrika Bambaataa, took the stage together to give fans a stirring message about hip-hop unity and the genres influenced across the globe.



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