In 1877, Thomas Edison invented the phonograph, the first device that could reproduce pre-recorded sounds. Before this, the only exposure people had to music was live, either in a recital hall or at home in a chamber music setting.
Molded from youth in the creatively charged and resource stripped area of South Los Angeles in 2002, the krump movement is solid and this year marks the tenth anniversary of the free-form street dance.
To some, she's a performance artist, to others, an heiress. To even more, a beautiful oddity. Yet she has a curious inability to understand why people are truly fascinated by her when she's just being herself.