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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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Hip hop can also help hook dancers who are starting later in life.
Mainstream American hip hop is a product of record corporations that have produced artists and images that are little more than apolitical, stereotypes of what Black culture is supposed to be (Rose, 2008; Charnas, 2011).
In short, as a quintessential actor-participant, Spady has remained grounded, which means that he has remained true to Hip Hop beings who activate and are activated by their own legitimation practices.
Hip hop culture consists of rap music, graffiti art, break dancing, and "B-boy" fashion, all of which is informed by a rebellious attitude.
It is now in its third edition with the updated title Rap Attack 3: African Rap to Global Hip Hop.
Dropping Science: Critical Essays on Rap Music and Hip Hop Culture.
Truth told, the response from the hip hop cognoscenti and more than a few quarters of black America has been an audible yawn.
But the hottest-selling item is blue denim, a classic hip hop look now debuting at the high-fashion level, says David Wolfe, creative director for the Doneger Group, a New York City-based fashion-forecasting group.
Dre, Death Row Records' Suge Knight, Aaliyah, jazz vocalist Betty Carter and soul singer Otis Redding, to books about the music business, hip hop, reggae and the blues.
This strong upgrade comes at a time when the company has expanded their reach of the Real Hip Hop Network to the Dish Network channel 9407.