Porsche publishes travel and cultural guide on hip-hop in Europe
Stuttgart. Together with music journalist Niko Hüls, Porsche is presenting a new book: Hip-Hop Culture – A Road Trip through Europe. Part of the ‘Back to Tape’ content series, the 212-page travel and cultural guide is published as a Christophorus edition by Delius-Klasing-Verlag and sheds light on the development of the urban hip-hop youth culture in European cities. It features 17 artists from Germany, the Netherlands, the UK, France, Spain and Denmark, all of whom have made a significant contribution to the development of the hip-hop culture over the past 25 years. The book is available online for 24.90 Euros and Porsche and Niko Hüls are to donate all the proceeds from sales to the non-profit organisation Viva con Agua.
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“This book is an invitation to encounter European hip-hop culture with all its diversity in an open and positive way,” says Hüls, who is publisher of the hip-hop magazine Backspin. In 2018 and 2020, he went on a road trip with the Stuttgart-based sports car manufacturer in Germany and throughout Europe, delving deep into the creative scenes of cities such as