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Rap Music is truely an American minority creation of subcultural roots. This musical artform has been around for over 30 years in the United States.
In fact, one can trace the history of rap back to West African professional singers/storytellers known as Griots.
Unfortunately, rap music is not percieved by many Americans as an art form, but as a fad which they thought would soon fade away...
One cannot study American Rap Music without what is known as the "Hip-Hop" culture.
Hip-Hop culture was also comprised of DJ'ing, Breakdancing, Graffiti, MC'ing, Beatboxing, Street Fashion, Street Language, Street Knowledge & Street Entrepreneurialism!!!
Research seems to point back to the Bronx in New York City as the origin for the hip-hop culture.
Hip-Hop is the expression of creative intelligence.
It is also the transformation of subjects and objects to describe your consciousness!!
Join the discussion. Is Rap Music responsible for today's woes in many of black communities nationwide? This discussion is real one, and I hope you all decide to call in. We are entitled by right to ask these questions. Call in 646 668 2453. CALL
This week we are going to discuss the Rap Music from the 1980s. We both grew up listen to this music and it help mould us into the Men we are today.The Beastie Boys, NWA, LL Cool J, Run DMC, Tone Loc, and much much more. Who was your favorite artist? What was your favorite song? Call us at 646-929-0936. You can also email us at email@example.com and if you get your email read on the air you might win a cool prize.
Rap music continues to remain popular with music lovers. Yet, a new movement within the industry is growing fast. Positive rap is quickly establishing its niche in mainstream pop culture. Join Let's Talk America With Host Shana Thornton on Tuesday, December 3, 2013 at 7:30 pm EST to witness a groundbreaking show about inspirational messaging in the ever popular music arena. Popular and sensational rappers L Hussle and Terri Vee will sit down with Shana to share their music and life stories. Tune in!
Rap Report Card Radio Show - #16 (Rap Music & Private Prisons - Secret Relationship) by KBIZ Complex
Description: Rap Report Card Radio Show #16 examines the supposed letter written by a record industry insider that supposedly reveals the secret relationship between the Private Prison Industry and Rap Music record labels. Myth or Reality? The letter is examined and discussed. This is the 16th show hosted by KBIZ Complex focusing on the music industry and advice for musicians.
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Many Psycologist believe that the lyrics as well and the beats in rap music hypnotize our youth into to violant gang activity as well as abnormal behavior. For decades we've seen many people on Capitol Hill try to somehow dismantle rap music all together and yet it has remained the most important music in our culture and society. Are our kids being motiviated by these so called gangster rappers to go out to rape, steal and committ unthinkable crimes? We'll discuss that and more later on this evening show.
This is DJ BLAK your host ,tune in this Sat.4PM ,listeners call 646-915-8297 ,topic :promoting rap music listen to my 2 hour show,I will be playing the hottest unsigned artists and the hottest DC Go-Go artists in the Game,tune in from 4pm to 6pm(est).
Rap Music has been around for sometime- but really how old is this art form? Did it truly begin in the 1980's as some would have you believe or are the origins much more ancient?
Marcus and Rogerst, also known as the world renowned duo RAP/MUSIC, talk about Hip Hop, Jazz, and how everything is blending into one.
On this episode of Field Afrikan Radio we're going to take a break from "heavy" discussions and have some fun discussing the culture of Hip-Hop. We're going to give our top 5 list on questions like "Best lyricist", "Best Producers", "Our Personal Favorite Top 5 emcees" etc. We will discuss why we think certain rap music is labeled "real Hip-hop" and why other styles aren't which means the subject of regional/coastal prejudices will be discussed. We will also discuss the politics of what is happening in the Hip-Hop culture in general. If you enjoy Black music and the artistry of the Hip-Hop culture come and build with us. We're bringing the barbershop to the Field Afrikan Radio Show and remember everything we discuss is always from a RBG perspective.
Today we'll open with Phoenie Loco (Phoenix Calida) going in a group think/mob mentality.
We'll have news and comment.
We'll have rap music and hip hop from folks asking me questions in the social networks.
And yes... Kanye West exists, but why does anyone care anymore???
Is it the music, or is it just a culture that celebrates the ignorant for being belligerent???
Our thirtieth episode. We will have an interview along with songs from Lil Based our featured artist!!! check out more songs from him at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6bAnP2m1Np0T_8NV-lhDvA and don't forget to like us on facebook to always know when to tune into the best music radio podcast in the DMV area https://www.facebook.com/PediiTalksMusic