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    If you want to find out how to rap better, then read this now. You will learn to rap so you can impress your friends and win rap battles. Step #1: Use the 1-2-3-4 formula If you want to learn how to rap, then always follow the 1-2-3-4 phase formula. You can turn every hip hop song into a 4 step beat formula. Every time there is an emphasis in the rap, that is one of the 4 numbers. An easy way to use this formula is to use your hand and move from left to right every phase. That will make it easier when to make your flow rhyme. You want to usually rhyme on the same phase of the formula. For example, you want to rhyme every 4th phase. So the next 4th phase you want to make your word rhyme with the previous 4th phase of the 1-2-3-4 formula.…

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    The Art of Rap Reaction Essay For the last two weeks, the class has watched a video documentary on hip hop and rap culture called “The Art of Rap”. It was a movie explanation, where a famous rapper named Ice. T talks to different rappers about the experience of rap and hip hop. The hip hop icons he spoke to, basically explained how hip hop and rapping had a huge influence in their life. The culture has affected America, in many different ways of life in its culture. The effects the hip hop…

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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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    Marshall Mathers

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    Thirteen year old Marshall Mathers sat in a bathroom stall, quietly eating his lunch. It was a daily routine for him at the middle school in order to avoid bullies and young gangsters. He couldn’t stand up for himself. Whenever the bullies came around, he had great reticence as they hurt him with disparaging remarks. He just sat there, thinking about his life in a small town in Detroit. This was his third school in the last two months, and he felt an aversion towards that. He had no friends and,…

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    almost everywhere today, teenagers listen to countless hours of music. Music as a whole has a variety of genres, each one particularly different. Rap music has had a very long reputation of being a form of music that represents violence, sex, gangs, drugs and alcohol abuse, and strong profane, negative attitude towards people in general. Despite all of this, rap has generated a huge fan base, made up of teenagers. Although rap is commonly seen as having a negative effect on society, rap has had…

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    Does Rap/Rock Music Provoke Violent Behavior in Teens? According to Kaiser, youth consume an average two hours a day listening to music. Throughout history, generations of humans, whether young or elderly have a special connection with music. Music is a unique way to bring people with various cultural backgrounds together. However, could it be that music is triggering violence in our society? Nevertheless, I strongly believe that music (specifically rock/rap) does not provoke violence in…

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    teenagers. Music as a whole has a variety of genres, each one particularly different. One of the most controversial genres of today is rap. Rap is a certain genre of music that is generally associated with sex, violence, drug and alcohol abuse and the disrespect of others. This harsh connotation causes parents to forbid their children from listening to rap music, believing it will, in turn, impact them negatively. However rap music does not have any impact on the behavior of teenagers, and does…

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    Over time the genre “rap” music has developed a lot of controversy in many ways, especially among teenagers. One controversy is how women are used as objects in the lyrics. Another reason that Rap music causes problems today is by the way that they talk about drugs, alcohol, money and gang violence to be something good when there not. violence is talked about frequently as to be a normal part of life. explicit lyrics and negative influences on the young black boys of today. They talk about…

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    They both agree to claim that rap music isn't the only type of music or form of entertainment that negatively affects teenagers. Quoted from the Federal Trade Commission, “ Children in the United States spend on average more than 38 hours a week exposed to entertainment media, which includes television, music videos, video games, and movies”. The media is a big part in the day to day lives of an average person. The media is always at our fingertips whether it be through a Tv and a controller or…

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    purpose of broach the subject is to highlight on administrative problems that occurred frequently at workplace and showing a systematic ways to deal with those kind of problems and point out how to solve them by setting goals, standards, and policies. The relations between the people who work in the same place plays a very important role in the quality problems that may occur and thus the way to solve these problems. Being glad at the workplace is mostly dependent on the relations with those…

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