Ghetto-Blasters are the sound systems from the '70s and '80s. The equivalent of today's mobile speakers, held on the shoulder. An oversized shape for colossal sound and power. Play. Pause, Fast Forward. Remember what a revolution it was. In 1989, it played a major role in Spike Lee's Do The Right Thing. Seven years later, Daft Punk's Da Funk musical clip made its unparalleled aestheticism become popular. Discover a selection of DIY ghetto blasters, the symbol of hip hop culture taken over by designers from all over the world.