Second Line presents
The Look Back
Virtual Summer Session June-July
The Look Back offers engaging virtual classes for music lovers, budding historians, and students of all backgrounds and levels.
At Second Line Arts Collective, all of our classes are taught by industry leaders and working artists. In this series, you will explore the history of Black American Music, debate the origins of hip-hop, investigate the meaning of the blues, all while having fun and listening to the sounds of BAM!
Register For Classes
Purchase individual class sessions for $20 each or join us for the full term for $120
by registering for the All-Access package.
Join us this spring to deepen your knowledge of Hip-Hop and explore music from 2021 - 1973. Please note: all Look Back classes will be conducted live and are not archived for future viewing. Class run time is approximately 60 minutes. A link to the class will be emailed to you after purchase.
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The Look Back
Wednesdays 7pm EST
In this session of The Look Back, we will be listening backwards through the history of Hip-Hop. Using our ears and voices to deconstruct the ever-changing sound of this Black American art form. Remember when Hip-Hop was urban music? How about when folks burned your favorite MC's CDs on the evening news? What every your answer was, this is the right class for you! Join us on "The Look Back" to rediscover the lineage of Hip-Hop.
Class Led by: Christopher Mcbride
The Evolution of Hip Hop
Week 1 | 2021 - 2015
Week 2 | 2015 - 2010
Week 3 | 2010 - 2005
Week 4 | 2005 - 2000
Week 5 | 2000 - 1995
Week 6 | 1995 - 1990
Week 7 | 1990 - 1985
Week 8 | 1985 - 1973