In this instance, I like to see the term 'Hip-Hop' as - Of or relating to a street-based subculture which draws on and cherry-picks from multi-cultural influences handed down directly or indirectly by previous generations. Seeking to create a unique, modern, sometimes exotic hybrid identity from those influences whilst still recognising their importance and being respectful of the source material. Aesthetically led, community aware, aspirational, tribal, rebellious, youthful, colourful, bold and boisterous.
I know you were probably just joking/trolling but people do wonder why we think the term is appropriate and this is just my take on it when I'm asked the question "So is that a fixie then?"
FWIW, I'm a Northerner with working-class roots and some Afro-Caribbean heritage but no day-to-day connection to that ancestry. I have no vastly significant knowledge of the "classical" Hip-Hop art forms... my favourite music is Indie-Schmindie guitars, I can't breakdance, the only spray can I can claim to manipulate is Lynx Africa and I have a handful of black friends with whom I share no substantial cultural links other than bikes. Should I even be able to brand anything as 'Hip-Hop'? That is, do I even have the right? Perhaps not but given the way I understand it, 'Hip-Hop' deserves to be in the description of these bikes we choose to fawn over.