Source: Some Dude / Radio One Digital It took 45 years but Congress has honored Hip-Hop with its own day! The birthday of Hip-Hop, August 11th will now and forever be known as Hip-Hop Celebration Day. From the beginning when DJ Kool Herc invited the block to a house party on 1520 Sedgwick Ave in The Bronx to become the most popular music genre, whoever thought Hip-Hop could take it this far is an accurate statement. RELATED: 1520 Sedgwick, Birthplace of Hip-Hop Saved By $5.6 Million Loan RELATED: Happy Birthday, Hip-Hop: A Meditation On The Birth Of The Culture RELATED: Hip-Hop Celebration Day: List Of Rap’s Best Posthumous Albums While we can come up with the greatest albums, artists, etc, the folks at Some Dude Pod wanted to spotlight albums and artists that we should give a bit more appreciated. Because, especially in Rap, we should be celebrating all forms. And why we are here, shouts out the Backpackers, Graffiti Artists, Breakdancers, and everyone who supports the culture with peace, love, and having fun. Here’s our list! Make sure you subscribe to Some Dude … Podcast on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts.