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    Ataturk Speech Analysis

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    Ataturk’s Speech Beyond the Words Armenian Genocide, Greek Genocide, and Assyrian Genocide, all of these horrific acts lead to one geographical route “Asia Minor” or what is currently known as the Republic of Turkey. After abolishing the office of the Ottoman Sultan Mehmet VI in 1922, the proclamation of the Republic of Turkey is announced with Mustafa Kemal Ataturk as its first president. Mustafa Kamal Ataturk is an army officer and the organizer of a militant independent nationalist movement in Ankara. After the allied power forces a peace treaty which provided independence to the Armenian and puts the south Anatolia under French influence, Ataturk at the head of his army crushes the Armenians and forces the French troops to withdraw from south of the Ottoman Empire. This lead to the formation of a new regime in turkey lead by nationalists, and Ataturk is on top of them. In 1920, however, Mustafa Kamal have already started to put grassroots for his future nationalist movement, and he gives a speech addressing the Grand National Assembly. In this paper, part of Ataturk’s speech will be analyzed using the eyesight of couple famous histories, sociologists, and anthropologies, like Benedict Anderson, Michael Mann and Patrick Wolfe. Their concepts will be used as tools to approach the implied meaning of Ataturk’s words. The first concept to put in use to interpret Ataturk’s speech is settler colonialism. Settler colonialism is a distinct imperial formation that seeks to replace…

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    We need to impose law and sanction authority upon rap music that is verbally racist, demoralizing and abusive. Rap music has played a huge role in this generation for kids, ages 13 to 18 and has powerfully influenced their thoughts as rock music influenced teenagers in the past. The difference is that a lot of rock music talks about love, political activeness, or sometimes the telling of a simple story. All in all rock music for the most part was not as derogatory as rap music is today.…

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    Lil Dicky Analysis

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    Lil Dicky’s Emotional Rap Ballad Lil Dicky, real name David Andrew Burd, is a comedic rapper. He’s risen to fame by a reaching out to a group that generally doesn’t relate to more traditional rappers, upper-middle class white men. His first complete album, Professional Rapper, reached no.1 on the Billboard comedy and rap albums chart and no.7 on the Billboard top 200. Standing out from the rest of the comedic album is Molly, a song that follows him through the pain of attending the wedding of…

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    Rae Sremmurd's 'No Type'

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    Rae Sremmurd’s “No Type” is a great example of a song that sounds like every other rap song on the radio. Making use of the words “bad bitches” and “nigga” gives a negative set of ideals or purpose that often has a negative influence over the modern population (RaeSremmurdVEVO, 2014). Using the same melodies, tones, and word pronunciations the song becomes recycled, thus giving the modern population an idea of what is common and what isn’t. Consistency is a “must” in modern day music using the…

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    Popular Pop Culture

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    Ubiquitous in popular culture, including fashion, design, movies, literary works, and most importantly, music, hip-hop culture plays a major role in the formation of identity for its most prominent audience: teens and young adults. While it remains extremely influential for America’s younger generation, hip-hop music has also evolved to condone negative themes and risky behaviors. For example, popular hip-hop music promotes substance abuse, prostitution, misogyny, violence against women, gangs…

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    Many people see rap as just putting words together that rhyme but it's much more than that. There are many things that make a good rapper like having a good flow, having good lyrics and having good beats. All the best rappers have theses in common but some are better than others. Some of the best rappers to ever live all have complex lyrics. Eminem is one good example of a great lyricist. This makes Eminem one of the greatest because he's able to put words together and have them make sense like…

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    Motivation In Rap Music

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    Music is the greatest creation that humanity has ever made. For years, music has been evolving, changing, and influencing the lives of many people. Artist like Nas, J Cole, and 2pac are well known in the rap industry, because of their influential and motivational music. Their music explains the hardships of growing up in poor communities with drugs, guns, and racism. The message these artists convey allows them to connect with their audience to change their perspective by motivate and enlighten…

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    The music that inspires me is deep rap music. I enjoy this type of music because it actually has meaning unlike recent music artist like lil uzi vert. Some artists that are inspiring to me are 2pac, kendrick lamar and bone thugs n harmony. Even though I can’t relate to all of it I like to listen to it when I am going through something because it makes me realize that some people are going through something but they are still happy and thankful for what they have. Some songs I really like are…

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    Lil Yatchy Research Paper

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    Lil Yatchy Lil Yachty also know as “Lil Boat” is my favorite rapper. He said he would not tell people his real name because he wanted to be called Yachty. His music is so unique and different. He has a different style of rap which makes a lot of people interested in his music. He just started putting out his music for everyone, and his music is already spreading across the world. He stated in an interview, “I did parodys while I was growing up, but I never put them out there.” Lil Boat was…

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    Eminem Rap God Essay

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    Is Eminem Indeed a “Rap God”? Since being thrown into the spotlight Eminem has thrived producing countless top tracks and albums becoming a household name. In his Grammy award winning album The Marshall Mathers LP 2, Slim Shady enhances his old persona in the song “Rap God”. Starting his career off as a battle rapper shows in this song as it is bursting with quick witted rhymes but in they way he wove them together shows how he has evolved as a lyricist. Marshall will no doubt go down in…

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