Here are some truthful artistic values of Hiphop music really assist community. Hiphop music is artistic that germinate in the mind of freedom. So it is very creative. Community changes all the time, but the Hiphop music is sanctity and inviolability. And Hiphop music also express many people those who are being oppress and suffer from the community.
This music was mostly influenced by the late rapper Biggie Smalls who Shakur once befriended. After Shakur believed he was set up by Biggie and the Bad Boy Records crew, they became rivals and Pac put out records like "Hit 'Em Up" where he dissed Biggie and the whole Bad Boy gang abominably. With his later music, though, he influenced those of the "hood" with the "we need help because
\ Noel Rivera English 102 Prof- McNamara Rap music promotes violence! The violent effect of rap music has been proven time and time again that it not only promotes but encourages violence and unlawfulness to it audience. Rap music in the 20th century has become a part of American culture and its message to the youth is connected with popular yet misguided phrases like “Get rich or die trying”, “Money over Bitches”, “Thug life”, and the most popular, “F**k the police!”. This language in rap music is something that parents need to consider before letting their child listen to their favorite Hip-Hop artist. However, this wasn’t always the case.
R&B Music Now and days there are three types of R&B music that many listen to. The first type of R&B music is “Gangster Rap” who attracts a younger crowd. The second type would be “Hip-Hop”; they don’t have a lot of violence in there music. Finally, the best one of all is “Gospel Rap” who seems to get the attention of Christians. To start off, Gangster rap is mostly full of violence.
Meek Mill Dream Chaser2 While the current hip-hop industry that I don’t understand thinks that rap is all about the glorification of selling dope, the blatant exploitation of women and what beat will sell albums- the real hip-hop fans are yearning for a fresh, lyrical burst of knowledge. Hip hop enthusiasts are looking for substance and raw truth within an album. Dream Chasers 2 a sequel mix tape from Philly’s own Meek Mill delivers a fresh burst of creativity that all hip-hop enthusiasts alike are looking for. This album takes you on a journey showing us the ghetto yet sometimes positive outlook on hip-hop. Through his lyrical delivery, substance and funky sound tracks, Meek Mill paints a vivid picture of what the everyday struggle of a young African-American male is about.
Over time, the youth of the world has been searching for identity and finding a place to fit in. They are drawn to pushing the envelope of safety for the thrill of acting risky. The youthful mind seems invincible and able to survive anything that comes their way. In the documentary film, Ghostride the Whip, director DJ Vlad brings his viewers into the world of the Hyphy Movement and the beginnings of ghostriding. Vlad pays tribute to the late Mac Dre, a rapper and leader of the movement in the San Francisco bay area.
Although his cause and motivation, raising awareness and donors for his bone marrow foundation was admirable his efforts were overshadowed by negative connotations associated with his music. Effectively, to be successful the artist is often forced to make compromises in their music, not only for the public but to fit the mold of what record labels expect to be financially successful. In Jay-z's Moment of Clarity, he writes," I dumb down for my audience and double my dollars, they criticize me for it yet they all yell holla- as rappers must decide what’s most important, and I can't help the poor if I’m one of them, so I got rich and gave back, to me that's the win-win". Nelly was effectively attempting to do the same.
Their views and opinions were interesting and not what I expected to discover. Ethnography Dale Hip-hop lover, African-American, Male, Age 33 “Hip hop is not a culture… it’s just music,” Dale Banks, Hip-hop enthusiast proclaims. Dale has been listening to hip-hop for as long as he can remember. He started out listening to Run-DMC, Heavy D, and The Sugar Hill Gang. I asked him if hip-hop had any influence over him and he replied, “Yes, but don’t ask me how.
He successfully depicted how hard it was for him being African American to live in an American society, constantly getting bullied by the police. Also, since 2pac’s music were hits back in the 1990s, I will reinvent a Rolling Stone magazine article from 1998 about how his song “Changes”, even though debuted after his tragic death, critics the way his race, social class and politics made him feel discriminated in society. In the magazine article i will discus the powerful imagery used to illustrate the situation of discriminated African American men. However, I will also identify the bigger picture which is to get younger African American men to stop violence, end drug dealing and ultimately stay away from trouble in the “streets”. Written task In between The Lines: Changes October 18, 1998 Tupac “2pac” Shakur has successfully climbed the top 10 of billboard again after his new hit “Changes”.
They begin to become less respectful of women because Wayne disrespects women in his music. When Lil Wayne raps about criminal activity and the aspects of the street life he makes it seem like a profitable career. Many young men think selling and using drugs is justifiable because he is shown in his videos having all of the money, power, and girls in the world. A good role model has a good public image. When good role models are in public they are obeying state laws and not doing anything illegal.