Essay on The Impact Of Hip Hop Culture On The Youth

701 Words Oct 20th, 2015 3 Pages
In recent years, controversy in Hip-hop culture has been in the mix of America media. From the hype of the lyrics and the impact that Hip-hop music has on the youth. It seems that political and media groups have been quick to place all of the blame on rap music for the trend in youth violence from the murders and the gang related problems. However, forms of music cannot be understood unless you study the fame of its historical and social context. Hip-hop culture reflects the young, urban, working-class African Americans uses the voice to express the views of the everyday life and the struggle.
The one of the main media sources that invite rappers onto live TV is FOX News and to be featured on The O 'Reilly Factor. Bill O’ Reilly is a poetical commentator and currently serves as the host of FOX News Channel’s The O 'Reilly Factor, the most watched cable news show for the past 14 years. Bill O’ Reilly uncovers news items from established wisdom and goes against the grain of the more traditional interview style programs. Reilly also has a signature “No-Spin Zone” cuts through the rhetoric as he interviews the players who make the story. (FOX News)
Few years back Bill O’ Reilly invited Dame Dash (music entrepreneur) and Camron (rapper) on The O 'Reilly Factor to discuss rap music and the impact on the youth in the urban community. (Complex) Bill O’ Reilly also invited Philly elementary school principal onto the school to speak about the music impact on the kids at the school.…

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