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    Old-school rap describes the earliest commercially recorded hip hop music.Old-school hip-hop is noted for its relatively simple rapping techniques compared to later hip-hop music ("Old School Hip Hop vs. New School Hip Hop."). Artists such as Melle Mel would use few syllables per bar of music with simple rhythms and moderate tempo. Gangsta rap was also developed in the mid-80s and was big game changer for the genre with its explicit and violent lyrics. As other rap groups fed off of the genre and started battling with other artists through their lyrics, the genre "gangsta rap" began growing. Much of the subject matter of old school hip-hop centers around partying and having a good time. The respective disciplines of rapping and DJing continued to evolve, leading to the mid-80s era known as the golden age of hip-hop. Hip-hop’s golden age is a name given to a mainstream hip hop period. The golden age is usually cited as the mid-1980s to the mid-1990s ("When Was the Golden Age of Rap?". The golden age of hip-hop is said to be characterized by its diversity quality, innovation, and influence. The artists most often associated with the period are LL Cool J, Run-D.M.C., Public Enemy, Ice-T, Geto Boys, N.W.A., Tupac, and Biggie Smalls ( Cooper,…

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    be Cornbread, a high school student from Philadelphia, who in 1967 started tagging city walls to get the attention of a girl. But it was only in the 1980s that galleries began to showcase graffiti as artwork.(look up “where did graffiti start) The word graffiti comes from the Greek word ‘graphein’ which means ‘to write’.Graffiti was first found…

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    Jon Bellion is a Grammy Award winning producer, songwriter, singer and rapper. Jon was born on December 26, 1990 in Long Island, New York. Started playing piano when he was six and has stuck with music ever since then. In high school, he was torn between playing basketball, and making music. Finally in his junior year he decided to focus fully on music. After high school Bellion attended Five Towns College, but eventually dropped out with his band Beautiful Mind. With the promise to always have…

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    Golden Age Of Rap Music

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    of the Streets Everybody in the house say hey! I have something to say! New school rap versus old “boom bap” find out who is better today! Rap, it began as a form of storytelling, giving an artist a way to voice their lives for others to hear. There resides several different “Era’s” of rap, but the two biggest have always been “new school” and “Golden age. The so called “golden age” was set during the late 1980’s to the early 1990’s and consisted of acts such as, KRS-One, A Tribe Called Quest,…

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    2020 to run for president” (Zaru). His speech is absolutely eye-opening to the audience, as Kanye would be the last person they would think that would run for president. Kanye West is into hip hop, not politics. Uniquely, the dramatic shift in hip hop will be beyond elucidated. Old school hip hop is extremely divergent to new hip hop. Old school hip hop originated in the late 60’s and progressed through the 90’s while new hip hop was produced after the 00’s. Hip hop appeared as a African…

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    Evolution Of Hip-Hop

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    throwing a Back to School party. Cindy had her brother Clive Campbell spin records at her party, which led to the creation of Hip- Hop music. It probably started out like any other party in the Bronx, but Clive was inspired by his upbringing in Jamaica. Hip- Hop was created in the Bronx, Clive Campbell started it, and Hip- Hop has a big impact through it’s evolution. That’s why Hip- Hop is one of the most popular genres of music(Birthplace). First, It was created at a back to school party. A…

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    Gangster Rap Vs Rap

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    someone correlate hip-hop music to gangster rap are such cases where a murder of an artist from gangster rap genre would make others look upon those deaths and see what they assume is a fair and balanced picture of what rap and hip-hop is all about: murder, drugs, and money. In truth, much of the conflict in hip-hop has moved inward, as its players are fighting battles of ideas and emotions rather than gangster rap artist’s battle for dominance over another person. Gangster rap ultimately is…

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    What Is Hip Hop Music?

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    Hip hop is a very popular type of music. The music was so vast that it has developed its own culture! It has developed a lot over the years. The story started on August 11, 1973 on 1520, Sedgwick Avenue. DJ Kool Herc, a building resident, was entertaining at his sister’s back- to- school party. He tried something new on his turntable- he extended the instrumental beat (breaking) to let people dance longer (break dancing) and began rapping during the extended break dancing. This had never been…

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    Ideas for Hip Hop and Basketball Artwork: The Evolution of the corporate side of the NBA in their acknowledgement and acceptance of hip hop. The basketball and hip hop culture merger was established in 1984 and from 1984 to 2009, a new era was founded, known as “The Dunkadelic Era.” June is the official national basketball and hip hop cultural month for multiple reasons. During the month of June, there is the NBA finals, the start of the WNBA season, and the beginning of summer fun for…

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    Hip Hop Fashion Essay

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    Friday afternoon, and I figured what’s better than having a little nostalgic moment and watching old hip-hop videos. I started with Biggies ‘s "Hypnotize" then I moved all the way to Lil Wayne’s "Bling Bling" . I thought to myself, “ My, has Hip-Hop fashion changed” from Armani suits, to tank tops and sagging jeans. But one thing I can say, these men in the beginning of their careers have never been considered homosexual because no matter what they wore it was still considered “street” or…

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