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    Lil Wayne Research Paper

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    association of such are Artist Marshall Mathers known as Eminem, and Dwayne Michael Carter Jr acknowledged as Lil Wayne. Even with a past generation of successful rappers. We can see the actual achievement and caliber of the quality of Eminem with Lil Wayne with all the contributions subsidized to Hip Hop. The new type of music with the gifts to attraction into something from Eminem taken to show us his journey from all his suffering early on throughout his childhood. Some same events partake appeared in the likelihood of Lil Wayne with his unique elegance to describe the accumulation of…

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    ‘Tha Carter III’ is the Sixth studio album by American rapper Lil Wayne. The album was released on 10th June 2008 by Cash Money Records and Universal Motown now Universal Republic Records. The album's artwork features a baby picture of the rapper. The album was met with outstanding success, commercially and critically. The album debuted at number one the U.S. Billboard Top 200 chart, with sales of 1.005million copies in its first week of availability. It had the largest first-week sales for any…

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    “I didn 't have nothin ' going for me... school, home... until I found something I loved, which was music, and that changed everything” - Eminem “Thirty-three-years-old, still creating art. It 's rage, it 's creativity, it 's pain, it 's hurt, but it 's the opportunity to still have my voice get out there through music.” -Kanye west “I believe that music is another form of news. Music is another form of journalism to me so I have to cover all the areas with my album.” - Lil Wayne Eminem, Kanye…

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    Lil Yachty Research Paper

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    Lil Yachty, a rapper from Atlanta, Georgia, began feeling as if he could be more than just the average rapper and quickly changed the habits he possessed. One night, he had a dream about being visited by a God, who wanted to take him to Rapper Hell, to see what will happen to him if he continues on the path that he is on. God tells him, “I will be sending someone that will guide you through Rapper Hell”. Lil Yachty wakes up to the face of Tupac Shakur a famous rapper in front of him. Lil Yachty…

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    Nicki Minaj Thesis

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    tattoo is imprinted in Chinese meaning ‘God is always with you.’ Apparently, she regrets having the tattoo and wants it removed. She is a great cook Having worked as a waitress and other odd jobs, expect a better cook from this queen of rap. However, this is not where her cooking skills began. She said in an interview that it is her father who taught her how to cook, especially Chicken Curry. The first and only female rapper on Forbes Hip-Hop Cash King list Her music and rapping career…

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    Drake And Haydn Comparison

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    Both of his parents have a musical background, which means he has music running through his vein. Drake went to this all Jewish school forest hills, where he felt left out, nonetheless one of his classmates has a dad that 's an agent. Which later at 15 he got a part in highly successful degrassi reality TV show throughout, 2001-2009. Eventually, getting laid off from the show because they wanted “fresh meat” but, luckily lil Wayne called him before he was going to go find a part-time. For…

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    will host an album signing and give autographs. Other times they do a meet and greet, which is meeting fans and answering a few question. Sometimes at the events the artists will not even performing any music. Most of the time the artist gets paid for showing their face at the event. Many artists have tried to get into the movie making business. Like the merchandising, they try to have another career they could possibly fall back on. The movie making business is open to a wider audience than the…

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    Miley's Effect On Society

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    You'll find yourself captivated by fresh beats and catchy hooks. The song will stick in your head forever, but what are you really listening to? What is the music that we hear every day trying to get across? Although it may sound cool, it really is not very thought-provoking. Lil Wayne, for example, is a great demonstration of how much in the pop culture day has no meaning. When he raps he is not singing, he is only speaking fast and hold words out longer. Second, some of his music has words in…

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    Rae Sremmurd's 'No Type'

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    In terms of Rae Sremmurd’s “No Type,” he uses the same pronunciation as either Tyga or Lil Wayne. Sremmurd’s lyrics give off a repetitive feeling of modern approval and mass consumption of this type of music. Spreading the word of music has become so simple that a child with internet access could be affected by these set of ideals to early in their childhood. The music changes the way he or she thinks about what we deem right and wrong. Creating something is no easy task when it comes to music,…

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    everyday. If they make quality choices they will have a positive lifestyle. On the other hand, if they make poor decisions they will receive negative consequences. To sum up, these benefits of rap/rock music lead youth to make beneficial decisions and be aware of the different surroundings in life so they can avoid violence. Contrary to what some researchers may say, rap/rock music can actually have positive effects among teens in society. In fact, "Positive Effects of Rap Music." By Anderson,…

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