Unformatted text preview: analyzing hip hop
Sound object Performer Audience Medium Social context Historical context Historical context post civilrights America first postsoul kids white flight/urban blight/suburban sprawl black middle class buppies 70s New York, South Bronx heroin, angel dust, crack (McDonaldization) Sound object
Jamaican dub funk disco techno R & B DJing sampling rhyming Social context
urban parks schoolyards clubs gyms dance halls arenas dealers and pimps Audiences Black White Latino Global Media Battles, dances, concerts LPs, cassettes, CDs radio music videos films advertisements Sound technology mixers turntables samplers "the permanent business" producers managers attorneys journalists Corporate world record labels distributors media conglomerates beverage companies online music Tieins basketball boxing clothing beverages Style, taste, fashion graffiti breakdancing films: blaxploitation, kung fu, Mafia music videos ...
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This note was uploaded on 06/20/2008 for the course IAH 201 taught by Professor Dontknow during the Spring '05 term at Michigan State University.
- Spring '05