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    want a constant diet of Taylor Swift, but could groove all day to the Stones. A good Disc Jockey gives the crowd what they want. It’s like driveway sealing; a masterful DJ can put a coat on the top, but must remember what’s underneath. Play to the depth of the…

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    Hip Hop Sociology

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    of illegal, condemned, or otherwise disapproved of the music industry in the beginning. In modern time hip hop is now a global multi-billion dollar industry. Basically the hip hoppers utilized there environment to make there music. Hip Hop is a broad business of artistic forms that originated within a relegated subculture in the South Bronx and rapidly spread through other parts of New York City such as Harlem among African American and other Black youth during the 1970s. Hip hop is a blend of…

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    Melph Boy Chuck and Young Spliff are 2 rap artist haling from the mean streets of New Orleans, LA. Meeting in 2013, while Melph was already apart of the Big House Ent. roster, (a independent record label ran by Six War Pook). He was at work with Dj Blaq n Mild(a New Orleans super producer and producer for No Limit Forever) on his first single "One Night Stand." Still dripping of the press, Melph Boy Chuck and Spliff began hitting the streets and night clubs of the city. Stampping their names…

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    Hip hop music has helped to culturally mold an entire generation. Although it started in the late 1970s with roots in rock & roll, reggae, jazz, blues, and funk, people still feel its effects to this day. Nearing its 4th decade, its rhythmic influence has spanned nearly the entire globe. However, the spell that it has placed on the masses over the years has not always had the best of outcomes. It is true that many artists have used the platform of the genre to profess violence, among other…

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    Hip Hop Dance Research

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    Facts About Hip Hop Dance Hip hop dance has a huge impact on clothing dance and graphic design.(WordPress."HistoryFacts." Hip-Hop History. Word Press, 19 June 2012. Web. 10 Feb. 2016.)the beginning of hip hop did not start with dmc or LL Cool J it started with Kool Herc of Africa who was the first to put words to music. ("Interesting Facts About Hip-Hop Music." Interesting Facts About Hip-Hop Music. Learnhowtorap. Web. 09 Feb. 2016.)"Rap was created to reduce all the negativity such as gang…

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    Beat Juggling Analysis

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    The process of ‘beat juggling’ uses the breaks between two records that are exactly the same. DJ Q-Bert, who never stopped learning new styles from his mentors, as well as on his own, mainly founded this process. The two records themselves are exactly the same. To put it another way, if DJ Q-Bert were using Record Sample A on one side, the left, of the turntable, he would also place Record Sample A on the other side, the right, of the turntable. In a moment, the DJs uses the fader, which is…

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    Hip Hop Music Mirrors All Urban Society From 1950 to the late 1980’s, social conflicts all over the world encouraged the success of Hip Hop due its ability to mirror the negative and positive aspects of society, and in doing this, the concept of Hip Hop’s real lyrics were very easily translated and adopted overseas. To understand Hip Hop’s ability to migrate around the world, it must be understood what Hip Hop was created out of. First, American Urban society, from the Civil Rights Era until…

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    Music And Self Identity

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    Music 050 – Final Paper I am going to explore the issue of identity within producing music through ethnographic research with the Collctve. Specifically, how an artist syndicates his or her own taste with today 's popular culture to produce and play music and how this relates to “selling out.” Before delving into the complexities associated with the music industry, it is important to define the terms “identity” and “selling out.” These interpretations will set the foundation for the discussion.…

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    For the term paper I decided to take this opportunity to speak about my favorite music genre, Hip Hop. Ever since I was a little boy I always heard Hip Hop playing on the radio and I automatically fell in love with the music genre and culture of Hip Hop. The song I am going to go in depth about and analyze is Afrika Bambaataa’s & the Soulsonic Force’s hit song "Planet Rock". The main reason why I chose this piece of music is because the impact it had in the Hip Hop community was like non other…

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    What Is Hip Hop Music?

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    Hip hop is a very popular type of music. The music was so vast that it has developed its own culture! It has developed a lot over the years. The story started on August 11, 1973 on 1520, Sedgwick Avenue. DJ Kool Herc, a building resident, was entertaining at his sister’s back- to- school party. He tried something new on his turntable- he extended the instrumental beat (breaking) to let people dance longer (break dancing) and began rapping during the extended break dancing. This had never been…

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