Hip hop music

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  • The Music Of Hip Hop

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    changed the face of music. Artists like Michael Jackson, Frank Sinatra, Madonna and many more that has changed and established cultures of different genres. However the artists that I feel has changed the culture of hip-hop genre are still in control of it still today. The artists are Jay-Z, Nas, and Kanye West, some of the greatest of all time. To me they remind of Kobe Bryant, Tim Duncan, and Paul Pierce because they’re some of the greatest that are still relevant in today’s hip-hop game. All of them

  • Hip Of Hip Hop Music

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    Hip Hops Redemption Hip hop music is described as, “a subculture especially of inner-city youths who are typically devotees of rap music”. (Merriam.com) Hip hop music is one of the most listened to genres in history. Hip-hop music started in the mid 1970’s, but some say that it started much earlier. Many people today would argue that Hip Hop is disgraceful now a days, and that it has no positive message given. Me personally, I would agree since the days have changed over time. I could also argue

  • The Music Of The Hip Hop

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    “I said the hip hop, Hippie to the hippie, the hip, hip hop, and you don’t stop, a rock it to the bang, bang boogie, say you jump the boogie, to the rhythm of the boogie, the beat.” “Rapper’s Delight” is a song recorded in 1979 by American hip hop trio The Sugarhill Gang. It was the original 12-inch single was 15 minutes of incontestable urban-playboy bragging. “Rapper’s Delight” was not the first single but, it is generally considered to be the song that made hip hop in the United States popular

  • The Music Of The Hip Hop

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    “I said the hip hop, Hippie to the hippie, the hip, hip hop, and you don’t stop, a rock it to the bang, bang boogie, say you jump the boogie, to the rhythm of the boogie, the beat.” “Rapper’s Delight” is a song recorded in 1979 by American hip hop trio The Sugarhill Gang. It was the original 12-inch single was 15 minutes of undeniable urban-playboy bragging. While it was not the first single to feature rapping, it is generally considered to be the song that first popularized hip hop in the United

  • Hip Hop Music And Hip-Hop As A Cultural Rap Music

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    Hip-hop is a cultural rap music. Writer like it so much he write about it and also think about how to make a some changes in it. Rap music has has a graffiti writing, break dance and deejaying. Graffiti writing is one piece of art on canvas. We can do hip-hop in park, graffiti in the backdrop and rap on the center of the stage. Hip-hop is form in so many variety of music. To learn hip-hop you have to understand their elements. Hip-hop influence black women. In U.S they have song for slave they find

  • Hip Hop And Hip Rap Music

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    Hip hop music has delivered messages of freedom of expression, unity, peace, and protest against social injustices, for the past 30 years. But exactly when and where did it begin, and what impact has it had on our society? The hip hop beats created by DJs in the 70s actually sparked what is now known as hip hop culture. Hip hop culture originally included rapping, break dancing, graffiti, beat boxing, and looping and scratching, and has now includes urban clothing and cars, speech patterns and slang

  • Hip Hop Music Subculture

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    Hip-hop music is a genre that emerged from the ashes of disco and the progression of funk. During the early 1970s, many funk groups started playing disco because it was considered to be the latest trend at the time. Picking from disco production methods, funk music progressed to become technology-driven as it absorbed more electronic sounds from drum machines and synthesizers (Bogdanov, 2003). By the mid-‘70s, funk became the novel dance music in the urban United States. At the same time, New York

  • Hip Hop And The Music Genre

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    What is Hip-Hop? According to Encyclopedia Britannica, Hip-Hop can be delineated as a music genre consisting of a stylized rhythmic music that commonly accompanies rapping, a rhythmic and rhyming speech that is chanted.1 Originating from a disparaged subculture in the South Bronx and eagerly spreading through other sectors of New York City during the 1970’s, Hip-Hop evolved from formerly being a relatively fraudulent style to currently being a commercialized and disseminated music genre among diverse

  • The Music Of The Hip Hop

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    The Hip Hop is basically a cultural movement that originated in the Suburbs of cities. It was began to evolve in 1970 and in particular by the Americans who of African descent (American Africans) . Rap is a type of singing. It combines the performance of different rap utter words without committing to a particular tune, and rhythm. Rap began in Kingston, Jamaica City at the end of the sixties as a kind new musical was derived from dancehall. It has spread in the United States at the beginning of

  • The Problem Of Hip Hop Music

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    Cultural Expression Music has inspired and touched the lives of many aspiring hip-hop artists which makes it one of the most influential characters in America culture. Hip-hop has become one of the most vital, and profitable, forces in popular culture. Rap music is an international art form and is regularly heard in advertising including radio and television. Hip hop beats have influenced popular music genres from rock to jazz to reggae. The fashions, styles, and attitude of hip-hop have been adopted

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