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    Kid Cudi Short Biography

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    In today’s world, music drives the entertainment industry like never before, as hit after hit singles top the charts, it is difficult to say “everything that shine ain’t always gonna be gold” (Cudi). Remarkable singles are usually covered out of respect for the original artist, by different performers, in different styles. A lesser known cover artist, Lissie, performed a ground-breaking interpretation of an original single by a rap super star known as Kid Cudi. Although, Kid Cudi and Lissie have unique musical styles that ponder the lines of production size, instrumentals, quality and tone in their rendition of “Pursuit of Happiness”, it is clear Lissie most effectively recorded the piece. Kid Cudi’s album Man on the Moon, produced many singles,…

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    Black Eyed Peas

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    It is a song, but it can be considered poetry. I believe the author's purpose with writing the song is to express and reflect. One feature that stood out to me was the stanzas. The stanza feature provides each section to be separate in meaning but still convey the same message. With ¨Love¨ by Kid Cudi, he has a stanza about being happy and the next about not being down. If it were all blended together, the message wouldn't be as clear. Kid Cudi used repetition, an emotional and strong tone to…

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    Public Speaking Analysis In 2015 Scott Mescudi, or commonly known by his rapper-name, Kid Cudi, traveled back to his hometown of Cleveland Ohio to visit his old high school and deliver a TEDx Talk. In the talk, Scott talks about his younger days spent in the same school of Shaker Heights. He then tells his story of how he moved to New York at young age to pursue his dream of becoming a professional rapper. After many trials and tribulations, he reached his dream. Currently Scott is a Grammy…

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    Analysis Of Kanye West

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    When you look at fans of professional wrestling, it can become pretty obvious who their favorite wrestler is, by the clothing, or merchandise, they wear. For fans of Kanye West, there’s a different similarity between pro wrestling fans and themselves. Kanye West fans do not have a definitive name, or way of defining themselves. There is no form for the group for some reason. However, they are still able to celebrate their icon and promote their icon in a positive way amid negative press he is…

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    Kid Cudi Research Paper

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    Kid Cudi Scott Ramon Seguro Mescudi is better known by his stage name Kid Cudi. Cudi was first recognized for making a mixtape called A Kid Named Cudi. This caught the attention of a rapper Kanye West who subsequently signed Scott to his GOOD Music label in late 2008. Since then Kid Cudi has launched his own record label called, Dream On, Mescudi has added a singer, songwriter, record producer, guitarist, music video director and film composer to his music labels. Scott Ramon Seguro…

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    The realization, event, or accomplishment that sparked a period of personal growth and a new understanding of myself and others “ I’m on the pursuit of happiness and I know everything that shines ain’t always gonna be gold ” - Kid Cudi An event that sparked me was choosing who I wanted to stay with, it was between my father and my mother. Having a broken family since I was young is the biggest and longest period in my life. It was a constant challenge to go through on the holidays,…

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    only thing that keeps Darry from bein’ a Soc is us” (126). Being a Soc means that Darry would not have to deal with the stereotypes or the worries of having to get jumped walking down the street. Darry could have made it, he could have saved himself from a tough life full of pain and worries. He did not join the Socs because the bonds of family far outweighed anything that money or popularity could have gave him. His bonds of family and friendship kept Darry ‘gold’. The Greasers are all about…

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    In Homedale Middle School there are many different types of people groups. The groups are the sporty, the non-sporty, the gamers, and the bad group. The sporty group has most of the grade. This group is the popular kids of the school. They wear the popular sports clothing like Nike and Adidas. They play sports like football, baseball, wrestling softball, basketball, and run track. They are the rich kids of the school, they have nice phones they have sack lunch every day. They don’t have…

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    1. Describe the Initiate's life before the Call Before the Call, the initiate, Ponyboy, is a 14 year old boy who lives with his two brothers Sodapop and Darry. He lives in a society where the population is separated into two different gangs : the Socs (the rich kids from the West-side) and the Greasers (the kids from the East-side). The Socs are a very brutal gang that enjoy bullying and attaking the Greasers : "Not like the Socs [..] for kicks" (page 3). 2. The Call, where conflict is…

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    Socs Vs Greasers Analysis

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    Children “Do not educate your child to be rich. Educate him to be happy. So when he grows up, he will know the value of things, not the price” (Man of Honor). The Socs have it worse than the Greasers. There is clear evidence that the Socs have it worse than the Greasers because they are exposed to violence and are not given any boundaries to their games. Some may say that the poor kids struggle more because they have to learn to make a living for themselves and become more independent; on the…

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