Lil Wayne

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  • Why Kids Get Payed

    Rebecca Ruiz wrote, “.. making it cool for boys with low-slung jeans who idolize rappers like Lil Wayne to take the hardest classes.” This quote shows that the kids that probably didn’t care too much about school now cares and giving a good effort. Also it mentions on how it “transforms the culture,” This meaning there are less trouble making kids…

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  • Gender Expectations For Men And Women's Role In Society

    We can clearly see from the title that the song shows no respect for women, but rather downgrades women and portrays them as objects. Hip Hop songs doesn’t just affect relationships between men and women but also men and men. In another song by Lil Wayne Ft. Eminem, “Drop the World,” there is so much hatred and aggression. First of all the song starts with “I got ice in my veins, blood in my eyes, Hate in my heart, love in my mind,” from the first verse we can already tell that he is going…

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  • Fight For Women Rhetorical Analysis

    Text #1: Written cite The first written text I will be analyzing is an excerpt titled, Elizabeth Cady Stanton’s Fight For Women, created by Elizabeth Cady Stanton herself in her 1898 autobiography, Eight Years And More. The purpose of this historical text is to show the struggle and fight women, and people of color went through to be where we are today. Elizabeth created this to mark a crucial time in her life where she would be taking a step in the direction towards women’s rights. When…

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  • The History Of Hip Hop

    repositories for male craving (hos). Ladies inside and outside of the business have pushed against the misogyny in hip-jump. Numerous, female hip-jump specialists have been as large as the greatest male rappers: Latifah, MC Lyte, Salt-n-Pepa, TLC, Lil ' Kim, Eve, Missy Elliott. Be that as it may, these ladies keep on being the exemption. Additionally, the deficiency of ladies in hip-jump goes as far as possible up the chain, from rappers through to industry officials: Plenty of ladies listen to…

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  • September 30 Historical Events

    the first two but still important is a birthday. On September 30, 1985 famous rapper T-pain was born. T-pain is know around the world for his famous sounds on songs and auto-tunes that no one has matched yet. He collaborated with many artist like Lil Wayne, T.I., and more. In my opinion T-pain is one of the top artist in the 2000 decade. He has won many Grammies and influenced some of the artist we hear today. T-pain has put his stamp in the music industry. Before this assignment I didn’t know…

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  • Why People Love Beats Essay

    Within a period of seven years the beats company has skyrocketed to the top of the headphone industry surpassing popular brands such as Bose and Monster in the market. Now the brand formerly owned by Monster controls seventy percent of the headphone market and currently has a net worth of 3.2 billion dollars. The company has partnered with Apple and continues to have success in the big business. A great amount of their success can be related to their advertisement campaign. The enterprises…

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  • Hip Hop Influence

    in a whole new ordeal. Most people are even more disgusted towards hip-hop just because they say it influences “drug abuse”. Due to rappers who are on very dangerous drugs such as lean, an example of that rapper is the GOATTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT LIL WAYNE. Who is a lean user even though is has had multiple seizures. Fredo Santana who has been hospitalized also Gucci Mane (who is a former lean drinking) had gain a large amount of weight due to his consisted…

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  • Kanye West's Coldest Story

    The Coldest Story Ever Told: Kanye West’s Undeniable Cultural Energy Kanye West, musician and artist, has optimized and originated many artistic styles that have led to current patterns in modern popular culture. West’s constant innovation in music and general reflection of the New School’s rejection of Old School ways has placed him the class of an icon among youths. In his three-decade span of activity in the music industry, West has evolved through eras of soul, electronic, alternative, and a…

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  • Song Analysis Of Aubrey Drake's Thank Me Later

    Most writers, consciously or unconsciously, find a way to incorporate other aspects of their lives into their works. This occurs in other forms of art including paintings and music of all genres. When this happens, the reader may find it difficult to make sense of some aspects of the work if there is a lack of background knowledge of the owner of said work. An example of a piece of literary work that requires some background information is a song titled “Fireworks” by Aubrey Drake Graham…

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  • What Are The Effects Of Racial Discrimination

    think he is poor and not educated. Kids today only care about appearance. Likewise phones, shoes, hair and what you listen to. Sometimes adults as well are judgmental about what kids listen. For instance, my mother hared me listening to a song with Lil Wayne and she dint understand what he was saying. She started to say things about the way he dresses in till I told her about how he has a college degree and is smart. Meanwhile, appearance is a big situation for business because they feel if you…

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