The culture is getting some respect. Hip hop has been a movement for decades now and be honest, it's not always recognized by some, although it is the soundtrack for commercials, movies and more. But things will get recognized now. According to Hip Hop Wired, by unanimous consent, via the U.S. Senate, on Sunday, July 29 the upper chamber of the United States Congress agreed on the resolution of slotting August 11, 2021, as ‘‘Hip Hop Celebration Day’’, designating August 2021 as ‘‘Hip Hop Recognition Month,’, and designating November 2021 as ‘‘Hip Hop History Month’’. We are pretty sure DJ Kool Herc is happy about that, since he's basically the founding father of the innovative style of the turntables. Also, earlier this year, the Universal Hip Hop Museum broke ground in the Bronx that is set to open in 2024.