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    Hip Hop Social Movement

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    the first area to expand hip-hop beyond the East Coast. Initially, Too Short, Ice T, and N.W.A"(Penrice ).The group Niggas With Attitude aka N.W.A has affected the world socially whether its social issues like police brutality , changing hip hop music foundation , or impacting today with artist and movies that show their life during their time . The music industry has been affected…

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    An Analysis Of N. W. A.

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    Compton, California, an unapologetic and incredibly honest music group, brought life-changing lyrics and beats to the music industry. From 1986 to 1991, N.W.A shined light on their realities and everyday lives of living in the hood. Also in those five years, the group endured years of controversy due to their extremely explicit lyrics and song topics on drugs, crimes, and police brutality. The group was a very well known for their hatred of the police system. In spite of their music being banned…

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    Straight Outta Compton, released in 2015, follows the formation of N.W.A. and the biographies of Eazy-E, Ice Cube, and Dr. Dre. Although both directors employ vernacular…

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    Ice Rape History

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    ”Rap has developed various substyles including gangsta rap focusing on the ills of inner-city life. It remains the one of the most dominate popular music styles well into the 21st century” (Starr and Waterman 574). On August 9th, 1988 an album that to this very day is still relevant. Ice Cube, Dr. Dre, Eazy-E, DJ Yella, and MC Ren were the original members of the famous rap group N.W.A; which stands for Niggas with Attitude. They released their first album Straight Outta Compton, which featured…

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    Fuck Tha Police History

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    One of the most notorious and unapologetic groups in n rap of the 1980s, N.W.A. (Niggaz Wit Attitude), helped to redefine rap as something that could be intelligent, transformative, and socially aware. You can hear the influences of satire, funk, and realism in their lyrics as well as the impact of artists like Public Enemy, Prince, and RUN DMC. One of their most iconic songs, ‘Fuck Tha’ Police’ was listed on Rolling Stone 's: Greatest Songs of All Time, but it goes much deeper than that. I…

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    The Groups’s second official album “Straight Outta Compton” (1988) sold even more than 2 million copies and it was marked the arrival of a new genre. He was breaking out his own and brand new record label. Andre hit the top of the hip-hop charts with The Chronic on Death Row Records in the year 1992. The BIGGEST single from his album was featuring Snoop Dogg and it was called “Nutin but a’G’ Thang.” With Andre’s latest release Andre helped introduce G-Funk, which incorporated musical samples…

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    Hip Hop Style Analysis

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    These groups and artists are just a few out of the many names that could have been mentioned from this period. One group in particular from this early period in Hip-hop’s history managed to reach untold heights of acclaim and criticism, esteem and notoriety, is the “unapologetically violent and sexist pioneers of gangsta rap “,N.W.A. The groups original founding members consisted of Eazy-E (Eric Wright), Dr.Dre (Andre Young), Ice Cube (O’Shea Jackson), DJ Yella (Antoine Carraby), Arabian Prince…

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    Stereotypes In The 1970's

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    baseball, where he studied at Hawthrone Christian School (“Ice” Encyclopedia 2). In an interview with Art Form years later he says, “When I first heard ‘Rappers Delight’ I couldn’t stop rewinding it. I was writing my own raps at the age of 14 (“Ice” Encyclopedia 2). O’Shea Jackson found success with N.W.A. after graduating from college in 1988 with a degree in drafting (Vozick-Levinson 2). One of Cube’s friends was cousins with Dr. Dre, he introduced them and then connected Ice with Eazy E, who…

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    Hip Hop music is one of the most listened to genres of today. It’s been around for many years, slowly evolving over time. When most hear the words Hip Hop, they automatically assume plain rap music. Just like any other genre of music, Hip Hop can be split up into many different sub genre for example, Trap music, Gangsta rap and lastly Old School Hip Hop. Starting from the oldest sub genre, Old School Hip Hop is the rap sound you hear before the 2000 era. Music groups like A Tribe Called Quest,…

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    Boyz N Tha Hood Analysis

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    This was their first album under a record label that they created themselves so this is what happened to get there. The style of hip-hop prior to N.W.A was vastly different as what they rapped about wasn’t always about the streets. No one spoke up about living in poverty and witnessing or even engaging in gang violence but they instead spoke about the party life because that was what was sold to vast majority of the audience. When more artists who talked about their life as they see it instead…

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