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Remember when southern rap came to prominence? With people like scarface and the ghetto boys, Jermain dupree and his so so def lable and the rap duo outkast who became a leading group carrying into the 2000's. At the turn of the millennium southern rap dominated the rap game. Setting trends with fashion, snap music, Cronk music and trap music. Who was the king of the south? Why was it so important to be the king? Beefs settled but as these great artist faded, a new wave of rappers filled the void left behind, or did they? Join your host Jeremy Carter, Jesse Bachelor Parris and Jerry Hayes Jr. as they get into what has happened to the southern rap game and how can it bounce back.
On this very fun episode of the American Variety Network, Alex Cardinale will be playing all of Ryan Serene's wonderful rap songs for you my listeners to enjoy! Ryan Serene is a self made rapper and entertainer from Chicago Illinois. Ryan grew up with not the best childhood and he has lost his father in 2008, but despite his childhood troubles, Ryan has grown to become one of hell of a rapper and a motivatior to so many people including yours truly Alex Cardinale. It's Ryan's courage, Ryan's fortitude, and Ryan's ablity to overcome adveristy that makes him so awesome and such a huge success!
Join Alex as he plays all of Ryan Serene's rap songs including:
-My Mama Told Me
- Shots to Us
Rap music is amazing in its influence and popularity. Far ,ore than just a musical style, rap and the sub-genres of rap have created distinct cultures with specific expectations, status symbols and norms. But while some rap artist have worked hard to buck the trend, much of rap music seems to be heading down a scary path of intolerance, self destruction and violence. Therefore most people automatically stereotype rap music...why is that? Has today's hip-hop music gotten so vain and negative to where some people have a bad taste in their mouth when it comes to rap music? Most critics may have some valid points, but today's rappers claim to be so gangster! Let's talk about it....Tune in and GetHeard.
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Why is Rap/Hip Hop music the only genre of music with an age expiration. Once you become a certain age you are labeled too old for Hip Hop
Join your hosts Jeremy, Jesse and Jerry as we get into rap groups and how these started some of the most successful careers of some of the greatest rap artist that we know and love to listen to today. From Krs one and Scott la rock, Tupac and digital underground, the fugees and many others. Why did these groups call it quits while some were at the peak of their fame and popularity? What went wrong? And how does this impact the rap game? Join us as we go over there speculation and careers of the groups and artists.
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