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  • Rage Against The Machine Chili Peppers
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    ... commitment to the black community, thus serving as a shining example of the lessons of his music. Brown's message of change by improving currently existing systems was conservative in comparison to some more radical artists. These artists, like the Last Poets, believe that change would only come around through a revolution. The Last Poets who use a combination of spoken word and music in their song "Niggers Are Scared of Revolution" exemplify this. The song addresses apathy in the black comm...
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  • Hip Hop Culture Hip Hop Music
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    As we approach the new millenium, the Hip-Hop culture that we know and love is quickly becoming an enterprise for rich marketers to exploit. The culture has been divided so much, now people only know Hip-Hop as "rap music" and not as the culture that it once was. The problem is that Hip-Hop music is such an influencing medium for the youth to communicate with, that people all around the world have gained a respect for Hip-Hop that they dont usually have for any other kinds of music. Thus, the mu...
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  • Hip Hop Culture Make A Profit
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    When you hear the phrase "Hip-Hop", music, dancing, rapping often come to mind. Well, it's all of that and more... Hip-Hop is a culture. According to Webster's dictionary, culture is defined as "the concepts, habits, skills, arts, instruments, institutions, etc. of a given people in a given period; civilization. " One artist defined Hip-Hop as "a set of expressions in vocalization, instrumentation, dancing and the visual arts. " More specifically, hip hop is a combination of graffiti, break danc...
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  • Type Of Music Hip Hop
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    WITH REPORTING BY: MELISSA AUGUST/WASHINGTON, LESLIE EVERTON BRICE/ATLANTA, LAIRD HARRISON/OAKLAND, TODD MURPHY/PORTLAND AND DAVID E. THIGPEN/NEW YORK. In the case of one expository text demonstrate critically how the author exploits language, tone, structure and emotion to promote a specific perspective or attitude to the reader on the subject. "It's hard to stop a Cultural Revolution that bridges people together. " This is a quote from a famous 'Rapper' who has been behind the Hip-Hop revoluti...
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  • Hip Hop Unknown Author
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    The music genre defined as hip-hop, or rap, has been gaining a lot of attention over the past twenty years. In their articles, J. Victoria Sanders (Horizon), Allison Samuels, N'Gai Croal, David Gates (Newsweek), and an unknown author (Time), discuss the changing faces of hip-hop and its effects on today's society. One specific aspect of hip-hop music that all of the writers agree on is that the references to sex, violence, and the bad attitudes towards the female species are getting worse and so...
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  • Differing Mentalities In Hip Hop And Rock
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    Some of my friends listen to certain genres of rock music, some listen to hip-hop. Despite our friendship we have differing views upon each genres of music. Having listened to both genres of music at one point in my life I have an understanding of why some rock listeners would be quick to reject hip-hop as meaningful, complex and valid art form. The production of hip-hop music first consisted of two turntables and a microphone. The originators of the music who embraced the essence of spoken word...
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  • American History Of Hip Hop Culture
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    Hip-hop culture developed during the seventies. Throughout its formation, the various elements were at some time or another, deemed unacceptable. Graffiti artists faced jail sentences, break dancing became illegal in some areas, and rap music has been severely criticized for various reasons. These elements were never analyzed in an oppositional manner until recently, however. Hip-hop culture represented the claiming of urban communities by the residents. Writers decorated the empty walls of thei...
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  • The Origins Of Hip Hop And Rap
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    In the late 1970 s a new, popular form of urban youth culture emerged in the Bronx, New York that changed the face of popular music and American culture. Throughout its development, hip-hop has become a vastly commercialized, inextricable component of popular American culture; however, it took the efforts of many pioneers and innovators to shape modern hip-hop culture and music. By exploring hip-hops origins, one can better understand its evolution and its influence on different social groups th...
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  • The Origins Of Hip Hop And Rap
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    ... n to the frightening demeanor of gangster rap. Although their lyrics seemed excessive and overly abrasive, N. W. A. provided America with a picture of the destitute conditions of the urban ghettos, and the dangerous lifestyle that many of the African American youth fell victim to as a result of their dire circumstances. In 1991, N. W. A. released their sophomore album Niggaz 4 Life, which sold 945, 000 copies in its first few weeks of release, and reached the number one position on the Billb...
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  • Hip Hop Culture Hip Hop Music
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    Analytical Paper The hip hop culture has permeated popular culture in an unprecedented fashion. Because of its enormous crossover appeal, the hip hop culture is a potentially great unifier of diverse populations. Although created by black youth on the street, hip hop's influence has become worldwide. Approximately 75 % of the rap and hip hop audience is non black. It has gone from the fringes, to the suburbs, and into the corporate boardrooms. Indeed, McDonald's, Coca Cola, Sprite, Nike, and oth...
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  • Rage Against The Machine Chili Peppers
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    The Hip-Hop/Rock Phenomenon It seems as though you can barely read a magazine or flip on the television without hearing about one of these new hip-hop / rock groups. Media outlets such as Rolling Stone and MTV treat these bands as though miraculously created this? new? genre of music. Acts such as Limp Bizkit, Kid Rock and Sugar Ray are treated though they are creative geniuses when in reality they are only doing things that have already been done before. True some of these new bands are very ta...
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  • Hip Hop Culture Gangsta Rap
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    THE EVOLUTION OF RAP MUSIC Rap is a form of urban music, which emerged from the? hip-hop? movement of the South Bronx, New York, in the early 1970? s. The hip-hop culture was comprised of the popular street activities of African-American youth during the 1970? s such as: styles of language, ? street-slang? colloquialisms, graffiti, break dancing, music and their colourful attitude and fashion. Rap music is therefor a subculture to the hip-hop movement, or what many describe as? the soundtrack to...
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  • Hip Hop Culture Hip Hop Music
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    Roughly fifteen years ago, the initial rumblings of rap music were emanating from the streets of New York City. Rap music is very much a product of its urbanized, literacy-based environment, as can be seen in the advanced technology necessary to produce the music. Although the connection between rap music and its modern roots is impossible to ignore, raps dependence upon high technology is often over-emphasized, eclipsing any opportunity to connect rap culture to a time before the world of turnt...
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  • Hip Hop Music Rap Music
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    Often times when people hear about Hip Hop/Rap music, theyll paint a picture in their heads of black men cussing, guns, marijuana, lots of gold, and girls looking like prostitutes. Parents and teachers put an image in their kids head that Rap music is bad, and they dont want their kids to be influenced by something that is negative. With the way Rap music is advertised in the US, I would have to agree with that looking at it from an average parents point of view. But what people dont know is tha...
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  • Hip Hop Culture F K
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    Hip-Hop s Culture Eminem, Dr. Dre, Nas, Eve, Missy Elliot, Tribe Called Quest, these are all known for their best flows and culture beat of Hip-Hop. But how can we define Hip-Hop? . In the early 90 s Hip-Hop began to rise, and its popularity became more big as early hip-hoppers brought the country to its feet from its unique beats and it s possessive lyrics. Most songs in the early Hip-Hop days were about simple lives of different people, going through a rough time, or hanging out with the homes...
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  • Hip Hop Culture Rap Music
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    Born Lawrence Parker in Park Slope, Brooklyn in the summer of 1965, the rapper left home at 14 to play basketball and read books free of the gaze of the authorities (his mother and the New York City public school system). He landed in a homeless shelter in the South Bronx, where he was dubbed Krishna by residents because of his interest in the Hare Krishna spirituality of some of the antipoverty workers. By the time Krishna met youth counselor Scott Sterling, he was also writing graffiti as KRS-...
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  • Hip Hop Culture Back And Forth
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    The Evolution of a Disc Jockey In The Hip-Hop Culture With the turn of the century, a musical evolution began. The phonograph was part of this musical change. It was a simple musical output device. The role of this musical component was greatly regarded as that of just a music player during the modernistic period. During the modern era, the world was changing from the traditional beliefs of more philosophical, social conscious, scientific ideas. This is when John Cage during the thirties came on...
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  • Hip Hop Culture Older Generations
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    Hip Hop &# 038; The Origin of Rap Music Nowadays if you ask most people to give a definition of rap, theyre likely to state that its the reciting of rhymes to the best of music. Its a form of expression that finds its roots imbedded deep within ancient African culture and oral tradition. Throughout history here in America there has always been some form of verbal acrobatics or jousting involving rhymes within the Afro-American community. Signifying, testifying, Shining of the Titanic, the Dozens...
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  • Hip Hop Mechanical Reproduction
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    Techno Schmechno: A Postmodern Approach To Electronica Techno Schmechno: A Postmodern Approach To Electronica In searching for a properly post-modern style of music, it may be better to look at the electronic music scene, which began with house music in the early to middle 80 s, rather than at hip-hop. It is true that the hip-hop artist generally disappears into the narrative of the music to the extent that many of their lives are a direct reflection of what they sing about: gang violence, drugs...
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  • Form Of Music Hip Hop
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    Hip-Hop Hip Hop Music Appreciation Hip-Hop is one of the newest forms of music. It has expanded and is now the most popular form of music for people ages 11 - 25. In the last 2 years, hip-hop is the most lucrative form of music. It has sold billions of records and has made record companies billions of dollars. Hip-Hop was started in New York City in the late 70 s by the cities youth. Hip-Hop was more than just music, it was a culture. It involved many things such as style, of dress, break dancin...
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