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hip-hop:

see rap musicrap music
or hip-hop,
genre originating in the mid-1970s among black and Hispanic performers in New York City, at first associated with an athletic style of dancing, known as breakdancing.
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She whose newest record, "Under Construction," aims to bring people back to old school hiphop, not without imparting a very important message that she realized after the tragedy of 9/11 and the untimely passing of Aaliyah and Lisa "Left Eye" Lopesthat life is too short.
If you're having an urban styled theme party, the HipHop CD would be perfect to play from beginning to end.
It's an interesting experiment in how you can go from classical into hiphop and is rather cool."
Now we see more people using guitars or fusing hiphop with rock," Andrew E, whose real name is Andrew Ford Espiritu, pointed out.
Production on this fourteen (14) song HipHop album is as colorful as it gets and the songs come from a a stand point of working music from the street.
There is no way you can become a professional dancer by only doing hiphop. Paula Abdul, for instance, holds a two-day audition beginning with ballet.
There is no question that Kanye West is a student of hiphop.
"I've been right through the hiphop, electro, dance and acid house and am really into dance music."
TOMORROW has been declared National Hiphop Day, so this is as good as time as any to look at hip-hop style.
Imagine drinks overflowing all night long, pushing you further and further into non-sobriety, with the freshest hiphop and RnB beats guiding each of your drunken steps.
It seems the hiphop superstar, 38, wasn't too pleased with the bee-hived one after she lashed out at his "brother" Kanye, calling him a c***?
I am the product of hiphop, " said a defiant B, who is convinced that his time and that of Welsh hip-hop in general, is now due.