TRIBE examines the fluid story of Hip-Hop culture in South Carolina along with the shaping of the art form’s national identity, spanning four decades of historical events and individual contributions from around the state.  

Including posters, graffiti, clothing, audio and video media, and photography, TRIBE brings together a creative compilation that celebrates the intergenerational connections of the genre’s creators and its lasting impact, evolution, and empowerment.

This project is a collaboration between the CMA; Love, Peace & Hip Hop; and Czar Records; and is supported by a grant from the Knight Foundation Fund and by a Connected Communities grant at Central Carolina Community Foundation.