Classic Rap & Hip Hop mix Part #1
Classic Rap & Hip Hop mix Element #1
Exploration of : Rap oldschool – Hip Hop – Funk – Chill
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Hip Hop Music – The History
Several point to the origins of hip hop music beginning in the Bronx, New York in the course of the 1960s and 1970s. Kool Herc (true name: Clive Campbell) was a Jamaican residing in the Bronx and is accredited with founding this music genre. Regarded a pioneer of the style, this Jamaican DJ created a style of reciting diverse rhymes over instrumentals.
Beginning in the late 1970s, other artists entered into the scene, such as Grandmaster Flash and Jazzy Jay. They took rap music and expanded it by using back-beats, as effectively as cutting and scratching. Sugar Hill Gang’s “Rapper’s Delight” was the 1st song recorded and released by a hip hop group and deemed to be the very 1st release of this sort of music.
In 1985, the “Golden Age of this music genre ” was introduced and was characterized by high quality, influence, diversity, and innovation. All through rap, well-liked themes, such as Afrocentric and political militancy were introduced. A lot more emphasis was also place in experimentation in this musical genre. Public Enemy was one of the major faces of this period of rap music, along with A Tribe Known as Quest, De La Soul, and Jungle Brothers. As effectively in the 1980s, a hip hop was crossing numerous boundaries as numerous punk and new wave bands, including The Clash and Blondie, incorporated the styling of this music genre into their music. In a famous instance, rap group Run-D.M.C. incorporated rock into their music with their performance of “Walk this Way” with Aerosmith.
Eventually females began to enter the genre with acts like Salt-N-Pepa, MC Lyte, and Queen Latifa. They led the way for future female acts, which includes Lauryn Hill and Mary J. Blige.
Hip hop music nonetheless exists these days with artists like Eminem, 50 Cent, and Nelly. Nevertheless, it has moved away from the original message according to a lot of leaders of this musical genre.