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They are multidisciplinary in edifying, exemplary fashion, borrowing from sociology, politics, religion, became available to other people who listened to the music. The hip-hop attitude and culture grew up with the music wherever rap was performed or played. Author Higgins examines hip hop's racial, multicultural, and multilingual listening audiences, the development of global rap slanguage and its influence on standard English lexicons, and hip hop herstory and cultural taboos around ph-vs.coms: 1.
Hip-Hop as a culture is more than just the music, it is a way of life. Hip-Hop music as a genre has changed from being Rap to including Pop. Hip-Hop is an evolving culture, constantly changing as the older generation fades and the newer generation carries on the legacy along with incorporating it's new style.
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Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. In its summary of the Compton rapper Kendrick Lamar’s album Damn, which it awarded the prize for music, the Pulitzer board characterized the album as “a virtuosic song collection.
“A careful, incisive examination of the cultural politics and history of hip-hop in Havana—including its contentious relationship to reggaeton’s insurgent populism, blatant commercialism, and avoidance of explicit politics—Buena Vista in the Club gives readers a lucid tour of the complex spatial and ideological ground occupied by rap in.