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    Motivation In Rap Music

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    Music is the greatest creation that humanity has ever made. For years, music has been evolving, changing, and influencing the lives of many people. Artist like Nas, J Cole, and 2pac are well known in the rap industry, because of their influential and motivational music. Their music explains the hardships of growing up in poor communities with drugs, guns, and racism. The message these artists convey allows them to connect with their audience to change their perspective by motivate and enlighten them. Nas uses motivation and the reality in his songs to help change the perspective of many people. For example, he says, “Who’s world is this, the world is yours” to remind his audience that they have the power and will to change this world. Also, “If you scared to take changes, you’ll never have the answers.” To motivate his…

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    After his speech he started singing "ill Na Na" the live version. The minute the beat dropped everyone started dancing with joy. While the song was being preformed I looked around as everyone danced compa. Compa is a genre in Haitian music that also has a dance. https://open.spotify.com/track/6IRGsGg4s5IMVcaOWBlrDt In 1957, compa music began to win a name for itself via the popular tours and performances of Nemours Jean Baptiste and Webert Sicot. Jean Baptiste, a saxophonist, author, and…

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    The advertisement does present the ideal image of how the adults should push themselves to become successful. By having Nas deliver his voiceover in a formal tone in the advertisement, it gave the audience something that they would appreciate. With that being said, the formal tone was determined when viewing the advertisement because the phrase “the ride” refers to a train, having Nas traveling on the train, he is surrounded by professional adults, making a connection that people tend to dress…

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    “Na Dainyam, Na Palayanam” Shri Krishna said to Arjuna in the consecrated Mahabharata, “Na Dainyam, Na Palayanam”, implying that one should never escape from his problems in life, and never even quit and bow to their enemies. According to Him, once you build a will, and decide not to back out on your mind, body or spiritual level, you have already won the life battle. Focus only on your goal while overpowering your biggest enemies - Lust, Anger, Greed and Extreme Attachment – and you are half…

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    Hell On Earth Analysis

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    Brownsville, Brooklyn is not fair. Murder capital of NYC. 40% of our tenants live under the poverty line, 30+ years serving as Brooklyn’s lead example of an active urban war zone, an inevitably steady barrage of violence that punctuates all idle hours, and a constant over abundance of police officers, cars and helicopters that are flat out disturbing..in 2016. There’s no coincidence many Nas, Jay Z, and even Mobb Deep classics are still audibly relevant in content as you casually dodge 10…

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    Essay About Rap Culture

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    life in its culture. The effects the hip hop culture has affected America in are language, race, and inspiration. The first point that Hip hop has affected in American Society was language. Language has a huge effect on hip hop, because of the fact that everyone who raps must use it whether it is good or bad. There is a positive and negative to using language in hip hop. One positive is that people, will know how to speak a different English when their rapping. There is also a negative in hip…

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    compared to prior time periods. It could be because of the constant betrayals but also the attitude men have toward women. When analyzing “Pyramids” by Frank Ocean and “Black Girl Lost” by Nas we see the same perspective in both songs or poems. The modern day black women has fallen in a downward spiral from the grace and glory in which they were held in the past. Frank Ocean brings so much with the different elements he put into his project to help understand and relate the two parts of his…

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    Nas Biography

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    Last night, Nas along with his closest friends and family celebrated The Don's 40th birthday with a classy affair, at New York City's Avenue NYC. The Hennessy sponsored event invited guests to sip on the popular cognac as they dined on a carefully selected five course meal which included Shrimp Scampi, Lobster Fra Diavolo and Strawberry Shortcake for desert. The crowd partied all night with music by New York nightlife fixture, DJ M.O.S. rocking the turntables. Dressed in a pink tuxedo, the…

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    writing, rapping, and performing. The boy has got creativity and a unique spin in the rapping game thanks to his rhythms, ad-libs, and various personality voices. Here's looking forward to what else this young rapper has in store for us. Number Six: Ghostface Killah This list wouldn't be complete without at least one member from Wu-Tang Clan, and for this list, that member is Ghostface Killah. His rhymes are untouchable and clearly the product of natural talent. Ghostface was born to be the…

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    We need to impose law and sanction authority upon rap music that is verbally racist, demoralizing and abusive. Rap music has played a huge role in this generation for kids, ages 13 to 18 and has powerfully influenced their thoughts as rock music influenced teenagers in the past. The difference is that a lot of rock music talks about love, political activeness, or sometimes the telling of a simple story. All in all rock music for the most part was not as derogatory as rap music is today.…

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