Hip-hop turns 40 -- and its parents are beaming with pride

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When the Sugarhill Gang recorded "Rapper's Delight" -- the first commercially successful song to include rapping -- they had no idea that it would help launch hip-hop as a global phenomenon. Forty years later, Master Gee, Grandmaster Caz and Melle Mel revisit the evolution of the movement as a hip-hop museum opens in Washington, DC.