Wild Style is a 1982 hip hop film produced by Charlie Ahearn. Formally Released theatrically in 1983, Wild Style is regarded as the first hip hop motion picture. The film featured seminal figures & legends within the given Hip-Hop cultural era such as: Fab Five Freddy, The Chief Rocker Busy Bee, Lee Quinones, Lady Pink, Zepher, Queen Lisa Lee of Zulu Nation, Patti Astor, the Rock Steady Crew, the Pop-O-Matics, The Cold Crush Brothers, Fantastic Romantic 5, Grandmaster Flash, Grand Wizard Theodore, Grand Mixer DXT, Rammellzee, Double Trouble, & Kool Moe Dee. With creative visuals contributions from Lee Quinones, Dondi White, Zepher, Dr. Revolt, Sharp, Jane Dickson, Chris “Daze” Ellis, Johnny “Crash” Matos,and Noc 167. The film has introduced & influenced the global cultural exchange of music, dance & art for 3 decades, showcasing Hip-Hop culture in its most purest form. Perhaps the most influencial body of work that provided a window into the underground culture of New York City in the early 80’s and the now infamous subway and pop art scene.