hip hop and rap history for all fans
hip-hop is here to stay and is breaking music records
Do you know much about hip hop and rap history because it's been around for over 20 years
There are many reference websites that can tell you all about it so this article is just an
Rap music leads the the pack in the entire culture but let's not forget that it is a culture
Many things make it up like clothes, graffiti, djs, rappers and breakdancers. Many individuals gave
helped it developed to the multi-billion dollar industry and amongst the favorites for music is nwa.
Yeah I know they are old school but I felt the need to mention them because of the importance tey
bring to the game. Search any website including this one and their name will be brought up under the beginning of
Afrika Bambaataa and Kool Herc to
name a few raised hip_hop from a baby to where it is today.
I like underground hip-hop but the commercial stuff is what brings in the major dough, you know the big money.
Uk hip hop is also big and brings a different twist to the art. They sound comical because of their accent but they
are very good. As long as they can put together words that rhyme and can pull a story line off I'm all in. Books
can't tell you all that hiphop has done for the American economy either. West coast to east coast it's huge and
country to country it's gigantic. I like to hear the vocab of underground artist because they are real and don't
care about trying to sell to a commercial public fan. Bands are more popular overseas, they are not that big in the
states. It seems like the rappers here don't get along when there is more than one getting money.
Another part of hip-hop is the producers. They make the hot beats that legend rappers like 2Pac and
Biggie Smalls killed when they were here. That's why some new beginning artist like to hijack those classic beats
to get a name for their self. The vocabulary they spit over these beats cut through the music like a blade bringing
life to the entire song. Hip Hop groups all over the internet talk about the old school rap artist and look for videos
to watch. Flava Flav is one of the favorite joints to see because of the way he use to dance. Easy E is another
due to the fact that he is no longer with us. We still have Dr. Dre and Ice Cube but it's not the same without
Eric Wright. I'm diverse though sometimes I can't just listen to all rap lyrics I have to hear some RnB too. R.
Kelly and Ciara are two of my favorites. No need for a low armed task force to come get me though I'm still a
certified east coast and west coast rapping fan. Birdman