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    Through The Wire Analysis

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    importance of the single being released during that specific year was that Kanye was trying to be recognized as a rapper. Many people wouldn 't recognize him as a rapper mainly because he did not have as much credibility as other rappers, such as Jay-Z and Tupac did. In fact, people wanted him to give up on rapping and focus on beating, which was what he was good at. Kanye didn 't give up in what he believed in. Instead he got his credibility by making a music video that included his nearly…

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    could win the battles. The tradition was one of the main things that the De La Garza family did well, even if they didn’t want to. “For generations, not a single person in my family has ever questioned this tradition, and no daughter of mine is going to be the one to start (Esquivel 11).” This shows how the women had never broken the tradition for many generations. Which states that the women were committed to keeping it going. When the woman went to the revolution they also had traditions, but…

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    There is a new form of fashion and shoes have become apart of that. This generation has been fascinated with shoes and are really making a movement. From brands such as Jordan, Nike, Adidas, and Vans the list goes on with shoes. With not only celebrities, rappers and athletes going along with the movement, the sneaker industry can’t help but be successful. Athletes such as Odell Beckham Jr have been seen wearing shoes such as Jordan’s, Yeezys, and even Adidas. Kids see there favorite athletes…

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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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    Rise Of Drake

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    Music is the ultimate source of entertain for everybody. It's a part of human life nowadays. In fact, music is the medicine for soul. The love for musicians and singers among people is beyond limitless which clearly reflects the popularity of them and their prominence. There are several music genres. Whenever people talk about rap, a name comes in everybody's mind. That's none other than Drake. Yes, Aubrey Drake Graham is among the leading name in rap music. Who can forget hits like "Thank me…

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    Tupac claims that the Thug Life isn’t something that can be found in the dictionary. It doesn’t mean violence, nor does it involve criminals quenching for blood or attempting to provoke a fight. According to Tracy Barhart, “There are actually 26 codes to the THUG life, and it is meant to bring positive rules of engagement into street gang warfare. But the youth of today are getting caught up in the glamor of what they see and hear in gangsta rap and MTV — much of the message being that…

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    Kanye West (a.k.a Ye, a.k.a Yeezy, a.k.a Louis Vuitton Don) is a name that hasn’t left the media for the past decade. Perhaps due to his antics, his ever-evolving hairstyle, or his wildly (subjectively) overpriced fashion line, Kanye has had a visceral grip on the public. I’ve been entranced by him, but not because of his cool clothes or trendy music. He is my favourite artist because his ambition is unparalleled. He has worked for years to achieve the perfect sound, proving his musical caliber…

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    Big Pimpin Trail Analysis

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    the article called “Jay Z Testifies at ‘Big Pimpin’ Trail” by Associated Press from Bilboard, explains how the song "Big Pimpin" sample case was finally concluded to court after eight years of debate consideration between Osama Ahmed Fahmy and Jay Z and Timbaland. According to associated Press, both Jay Z and producer Timbaland will testify during the trail, which is set to begin on October 13. The argument of the trail basically ends up with whether or not Timbo and Jay Z rightfully sampled the…

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    Runaway Song Analysis

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    While driving about I listened to Kanye West and soon I began to consume the lyrics. As I listened, "Runaway" came on. Due to this being one of my favorite songs, it really speaks to me. Over the summer, it, along with the rest of Kanye's music, changed me. Runaway describes his realization of what he's become, and telling his love to run away from him. I realized that if I didn't change my ways, the people closest to me would also runaway from me. I remember stopping at a red light and…

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    climbing to the top of the music industry Drake didn’t start off making music like some people would believe so, but actually he started off acting in a teenage show called Degrassi. “He first came to prominence in the teen soap Degrassi: The Next Generation in the role of Jimmy Brooks, a wheelchair-bound character he played for seven years.” While still appearing in Degrassi he decided to make the cross over from acting to hip pop he released his first mix-tape in 2006 but he didn’t get that…

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