Hip Hop You Don T Stop Analysis

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Honeyme Caston D. Mc. Microcomputer Literacy May 1, 2012 The Four Elements of Hip-Hop The essay “Hip-Hop You Don't Stop” is informative it helps you understand the connection of Hip-hop to music, poetry, rapping, and dancing. In the essay the author Justin Ton helps give you the concept of Hip-Hop: the difference in the four elements of hip-hop, where it originated from, and those who played a part in the creation of Hip-Hop. The four elements of hip-hop are the Disc Jockey (DJ), the Master of Ceremonies (MC, also known as emcee), dance, and graffiti (Kugelberg 17). Hip-hop was born during the 1970s in the South Bronx area of New York City (Newman). According to a History Detectives show on PBS, while Djing one of his dance parties…show more content…
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