The disconnect between the old generation and new generation of hip hop and rap is clear as day. A few weeks ago one of the leaders of the new school Lil Yachty was on the Complex show Everyday Struggle and the host Joe Budden grilled him. This past weekend, Waka
Fashion plays a major role in a person’s life because it is expressing how one looks and feels about one’s self. Clothing, accessories and makeup communicate fashion, which are all successful ways of bringing attention and persuasion to popular fashion brands. However, can also lead consumers to higher standards thinking that they can resemble the professional model posing in the advertisement. Like a Cover Girl advertising fade proof, waterproof, and ignore- proof mascara and new intense eye shadow blast that has a photo of Drew Barrymore behind a light grey background with light blue eye shadow around her entire eye. Likewise, revealing Drew Barrymore’s greenish blue eyes with perfectly curled black eyelashes that one can have from the use of this particular new Cover Girl eye shadow blast and mascara.
His influence on music is still noticed today. He was rated as one of the most promising country artist and the most promising artist (“Cash, Johnny” 2). His music is one of a kind. He was an influential country artist, but also a rock n roll
Everyone knows a guy by the name of Tupac Shakur, but how do people know Mr. Shakur? Maybe it is by the hardcore gangster and obscene rap lyrics directed towards people, more so aimed towards his east coast rivals. As years went on, more and more people viewed a handful
“Physical strength in a woman - that's what I am.” Tina Turner once said this quote. With this quote she showed that through all the struggles that she had been through, she was still able to sing and dance happily. Tina Turner didn’t start off with a great career for singing. She built her way up to fame using her own techniques and with some help by Ike Turner. Tina Turner was an inspiration to others because of her way and ability of gathering fame, her passion for the songs that she sang, and because of the fact even if her childhood wasn’t exactly the best, she still became a wonderful and strong woman.
According to People, the author first donned a customized, multicolor, tribal print DSquared2 bodysuit stitched with sequins and rhinestones topped a fur coat. She wore the said ensemble while she performed her 1999 hit, “Waiting for Tonight” followed by 2015 biggest chart-toppers.
Country music originates in the southern states of America in the early 1900s, however, the many influences of country music came from centuries of European immigrants bringing their musical traditions to the country; these variety of traditions then fused together to create many different styles of popular music, one of which being country and western. Some of the musical traditions came from countries such as Britain, Ireland, Germany, India, Spain, France, Mexico and Africa; British folk culture and Afro-American influences are the strongest in country music, with the African elements also being heard strongly in more sub-genres such as Jazz, blues, rhythm and blues and ragtime. The people of the south shared similar cultural traditions
Louis Armstrong was an important and major music figure during the Harlem Renaissance. Mr. Armstrong, also known as Satchmo to his friends for his “satchel-like mouth”, came into existence August 4, 1901 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Louis’ love for music had started in the Colored Waif’s Home for Boys. He had ended up in this environment because on New Year’s Eve, Louis had shot his stepfathers gun into the air to “celebrate the new year” and was arrested immediately. In the Colored Waif’s Home for Boys, Louis had newfound love for the cornet, an instrument similar to the trumpet. Even though he had a job as a newspaper seller, Louis still had the opportunity of studying under one of the greatest cornet players of the time, King Oliver.
Ella Fitzgerald is known as the “First Lady of Song,” and for good reason. Throughout her career, Fitzgerald took jazz singing to new heights of fame and popularity, influencing the style of jazz and future generations of musicians. Today, her music remains well-known and loved, and her long and prolific
Everywhere you go and everyone you see is somehow influenced by some type of music. Maybe it's some kind of childhood learned adaption of what type of music influences them, or maybe the way a musician preforms make them feel something. One artist in particular most definitely made an impact on people and caused an uproar in the late sixties. This woman's name was Janis Joplin.
Motown is an American record company, as well as its own musical genre that was started in 1959. The civil rights act was going on the same time. It was act of nonviolent protest dialogues between activists and government authorities. The civil right act ended segregation in public places and banned employment discrimination of race, color, religion, sex, is considered one of the crowning legislative achievements of the civil rights movement. Motown was founded by Berry Gordy, Jr, a former prizefight promoter and song writer. Motown musical offerings betrayed several different stylistic influences, gospel, blues, rhythm and blues, doo wop (earlier) and white pop music. Artist such as Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, Marvin Gaye, Dianna Ross,
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The US: a self-proclaimed melting pot, or cultural quilt of the world. Yet, the general population know very little about the different cultures, or the stories of the immigrants who bring these cultures. An in a micro-ethnographic study, Maria, an immigrant from Colombia, shared her experiences with the cultures of Colombia and the US, and some stories about her life. Please note that the informant’s name has been changed to protect her privacy and wellbeing.
"A Christmas Carol" 2015 presented by Mc Media Works Event Recap Atlanta, GA, December 17, 2015-- As we bring in the 2015 Christmas Holiday, many will be with out, but Mc Media Works continues to do their part by hosting their annual toy drive where patrons bring a toy in exchange for some smooth holiday rhythmic music sung by Atlanta's Top emerging artist. This years event was held at the New posh Elleven 45 lounge Located in the heart of Buckhead, where it gained lots of traction from socialites, industry professionals, and celebrities alike. As the patrons filled the room giving their toy donation they were greeted with complimentary Hennessy V.S and A subdued Christmas atmosphere. The night got better when three Female artist
Bob Dylan is known to be one of the most influential artist during the American Folk Music. He change the way of music, especially for the American Folk Music Revival. Bob was born on May 24, 1941. His parents are Abram and Beatrice Zimmerman. His real name is Robert Zimmerman. He picked up the name Bob Dylan when he began singing in Greenwich Village. His songs are still played today, especially “Blowin in The Wind.” Bob was influenced by other artists before he became famous. His influences were Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard, and Elvis Presley. Also the legendary folk singer Woody Guthrie. Woody was hospitalized and Bob would visit him regulary. That same Bob dropped out of college.