Essay on Hip Hop Annoted Bibliography

756 Words Nov 11th, 2013 4 Pages
Annotated Bibliography
Research Question: What are the history/cultural importance of Hip Hop?

Source #1: Hill, Collins Patricia. From Black Power to Hip Hop: Racism, Nationalism, and Feminism. Philadelphia: Temple Up, 2006. Print.
Patricia Hill’s l idea of writing this book was to gather different essays for each chapter that were written by African Americans that talks about how they dealt without having the right to stand up for themselves. The importance of this book is to talk about how Hip Hop paved a way for blacks to stay out of trouble, and to speak up on how they feel through music. Each essay relates to each other by how Hip Hop changed them but it differs through the circumstances they dealt with.
Source #2: Bradley,
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Candice Corilla. N.p., n.d. Web. 17 Mar. 2013. Candice Corilla wrote this paper based off the article “Why White Kids Love Hip Hop,” written by Cyril. She breaks down the basic on how different ethnic group listen to Hip Hop and why. Corilla explains how white kids listen to urban music for entertainment and as social expression. This website also mentions how Hip Hop keep communities together because it helps everyone adapt to different situations and to keep up with many trends.
Source #5: "Hip-Hop Is the Most Important Youth Culture on the Planet." Time Magazine. N.p., 22 Sept. 2000. Web. 14 Mar. 2013
This article is talking about how hip-Hop has paved its way through the world, and is now known as the most popular genre to be played in the youth culture. Hip Hop became very important to the white culture because it gave them a new sound, and a new meaning to music when it was in competition with rock n roll. As time go by Hip Hop changes and becomes more of a way to keep up with what the black community is doing, or how the feel about society at the time. Quote: “There was no such thing as positive rap or negative rap, or so-called gangsta rap. Rap was rap: rhythmic American poetry, period.”
Source #6: Blanchard, Becky. "THE

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